The War on Carbon: Late-Night Comedy Roundup

Plus: The United States enters a polar vortex, “it’s so cold that the country has numbers lower than Barack Obama”—and more.

The United States is besieged by a polar vortex, starring Nicholas Cage. What does that mean? Mainly that temperatures are expected to drop below President Obama's approval ratings.

And now that a cold snap is upon us, conservative pundits who don't believe in climate change are waging a War on Carbon. They're not so fond of facts, but they do have opinions to back them up. Jon Stewart doesn't take kindly to these carbon crusaders.

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Reena Flores is a Video Producer at National Journal.

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