In the fall of 2004, Jon Stewart and the other writers of the Daily Show, "the most trusted name in fake news," witnessed their satirical treatment of a school textbook about the American political machine race up the bestseller chart. Some people, however, were not stocking or selling. Shocker. Walmart led the pack by refusing to carry the book in their stores (while quietly continuing to sell it online) naming the principal reason as the hilarious (my comment, not Walmart's) p. 99 where all the Supreme Court justices are featured in the buff - that's right, in their full-frontal, sagging glory. The book comes with cut-out robes so that the reader might "restore their dignity by matching each justice with his or her respective robe." Other can't miss features include discussion questions ("Why do you think the Framers made the Constitution so soul-crushingly boring?"), classroom activities ("Using felt and yarn, make a hand puppet of Clarence Thomas. Ta-da! You're Antonin Scalia!"), and an "inspirational" story of how the media "transformed itself from a mere public necessity into an entertaining profit center for ever-expanding corporate empires." Try not to miss the C-SPAN drinking games also. Fun here for everyone! Oh, unless you could never lay your hands on it at your local public library or Walmart store. The writers never took the censorship to heart though. When asked for comment on Walmart's actions, the executive producer of the Daily Show, Ben Karlin, said they might mention the Walmart thing in an upcoming story "about an exciting new store Wal-Mart is planning in the shadow of Mexico's oldest and most revered ruins."