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Yearly Archives: 2012

Occupy The Toilet

Occupy The Toilet

Massacred nursery rhymes…how Grimm.The following massacred nursery rhymes are taped to the bathroom stall doors in the ladies’ room in the HOP. As girls innocently use the restroom we have… Read more »

An Abominable Abode

An Abominable Abode

 

Canyon Can’t Have Coogs

Canyon Can’t Have Coogs

Does this remind you of women? No? Not even derogatorily? Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. A school district decides to choose a new mascot for a new… Read more »

Mega-Shutdown

Mega-Shutdown

Far away from the grind of schoolwork, I have had a chance during this off-term to catch up on some of fall’s best television programming. In the past few days,… Read more »

Political Prurience

Political Prurience

This man was one of the main reasons so many of the Millenial generation lost their innocence.Tuesday marked the fourteenth anniversary of the day Matt Drudge, official Internet journalism hoarder, unleashed… Read more »

The Implications of SOPA/PIPA

The Implications of SOPA/PIPA

SOPA and PIPA were intended to stop piracy. Unfortunately, they are far too broadly written. The Stop Online Piracy Act (“SOPA”), introduced by Rep. Lamar Smith (R-TX) in the House… Read more »

And Then There Was the Time a School District Thought “Cougars” Was Offensive

And Then There Was the Time a School District Thought “Cougars” Was Offensive

Does this remind you of women? No? Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. A school district decides to choose a new mascot for a new high school. They… Read more »

Selected Articles for January 19

Selected Articles for January 19

After a lengthy hiatus, we’ve returned to gradually putting up articles from the latest print issue onto the site. Today, we have reviews of books by Bill Clinton and disgraced… Read more »

Confessions of a Con Man

Confessions of a Con Man

Jack Abramoff says we should hate the game, not the player. Interesting and easy to read, Capitol Punishment takes people through the entire system that exists in Washington via Jack… Read more »

Musings of a Big Government Stooge

Musings of a Big Government Stooge

Bill Clinton’s latest is a brisk read. That’s probably for the best.When I was growing up, my father frequently invoked the name of his colleague Daryl Brewster during conversations around the dining… Read more »