The Daily Show solves the EMA v. Schwarzenegger case for the Supreme Court

Should violent videogames be protected as a form of free speech? Do we need tougher laws that prohibit the sale of violent games to minors? The Supreme Court is on the case and recently heard oral arguments for the Schwarzenegger v. EMA case. Fortunately, The Daily Show’s John Hodgman has the solution. Find out we can make violent games less attractive to children.

The Daily Show With Jon Stewart (opens in new tab) Mon - Thurs 11p / 10c
You're Welcome - Violent Video Games (opens in new tab)
Daily Show Full Episodes (opens in new tab) Political Humor (opens in new tab) Rally to Restore Sanity (opens in new tab)

Above: The Daily Show’s John Hodgman solves the EMA v. Schwazenegger case

Nov 5, 2010

The 10 best moments from the Schwarzenegger v. EMA’s Supreme Court oral arguments
Plus, why some of the things people said were a bit… off

Video Game Voters Network: Send in your old controllers to protect freedom of speech
The VGVN urges gamers everywhere to do their part to stop the California Video Game Law