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Jon Stewart's "Rally to Restore Sanity" in Washington has sparked more than 1,160 mini-rallies in 84 countries, morphing
The vision for the Rally to Restore Sanity was put out their by Jon Stewart, picked up and run with by the Huffington Post, and validated and reinforced by hundreds of thousands in attendance that day in DC.
The Rally to Restore Sanity this past weekend was a simple reminder that certain things bring out the best in people, and certain things bring out the worst.
Jon Stewart threw down a gauntlet at Saturday's rally when he blamed the media for exacerbating the country's problems. And
In addition to the 10,000 Sanity Bus riders, an estimated total of 215,000 people joined the Rally to Restore Sanity and
One of the funniest moments during Saturday's Rally To Restore Sanity And/Or Fear occurred when Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert
WATCH: The conversation then turned to the core message of the event -- working together -- and to the role and responsibilities
"The message at the end is incredibly important -- what we in the media tend to cover, whether it's Balloon Boy, or Reverend
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Somewhere in the middle of Stewart's monologue, he started to at last expand upon the "sanity" theme in a way he couldn't manage with the comedy, pushing a call for something much more meaningful: decency.
According to CBS News, 215,000 people showed up for the rally on Saturday. By comparison, CBS estimated that 87,000 -- just
WATCH: "Fear or sanity?" Arianna went into the crowd at Rally To Restore Sanity and asked attendees which sentiment most
Saturday was the long-awaited Rally To Restore Sanity And/Or Fear in Washington D.C., and Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert
The Rally to Restore Sanity wrapped up in Washington, D.C. , with a huge crowd on hand to see performances from The Roots
Thousands of people gathered at Citi Field at the crack of dawn this morning to catch a ride to Washington D.C. for the Rally
WASHINGTON (AP) -- In the shadow of the Capitol and the election, comedians Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert entertained a
You came, you rallied, you restored sanity -- almost. There's still some crazy out there, and that's why grassroots volunteers with Organizing for America are stepping it up to get voters to the polls in the elections just three days from now.
You already showed us the hundreds of amazing signs you can make on your computers, and now we're asking those of you attending
WATCH: Part Two Thursday night, in anticipation for the Rally To Restore Sanity And/Or Fear Saturday morning, Stephen Colbert
We've been documenting the Roots of the Rally to Restore Sanity, in an effort to demonstrate how, over the course of many years, the Daily Show has made a sincere and sustained effort to encourage a more sane and reasonable discourse.