Walking in the reverse direction intended on escalators — the so-called wrong way — is actually superior in many ways to conventional forms of escalator use, as it lends both a practical and a metaphorical function to a device that is otherwise purely a mode of transportation.Read more »
We've all had those kind of days that have made us want to cry on the spot.But in a city as crowded as New York, it can be difficult to find a good place to do so. Here's a list of the best places on campus to get your cry on.Read more »
For once, the catfight isn't about the women fighting — and putting each other in comas — it's about something much bigger. If three trees named Bernie, Donald and Hillary don't tip you off as to what, maybe you shouldn't watch "Catfight."Read more »
A good political satirist is able to use comedy to highlight the important parts of the news by knowing what to mock and what to take seriously, and in so doing they are able to make their message that much more impactful.Read more »
"Bulworth" might have been released in 1998, but its political satire seems eerily familiar in the context of today's presidential race.Read more »
"The Idiot," Dave McDermott's new art gallery in Red Hook mixes the upsetting and the humorous.Read more »
Don't you hate it when millennials go and ruin all that is good in life?Read more »
Rep. Michele Bachmann of Minnesota has recently announced to the press the latest installment in her pursuit of higher education, a doctorate in philosophy — a move I believe to be the most heavenly gift academia has ever received. Although Bachmann feels her debating skills are sufficiently adept, she ...
Yesterday, the Tea Party became the first political caucus to produce, write and direct their own feature length film. One faction within one house within one branch of government took it upon themselves to release “Obamascare: The Wave of Socialist Terror that Will Destroy America.” They have pr...
April 1, 2013
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Last week the Defense of Gay Marriage Act, or DOGMA, was introduced in the House of Representatives, restricting federal marriage benefits and inter-state marriage recognition to only same-sex marriages in the United States. The law, if passed, would no longer recognize opposite-sex marriages fo...