Category Archives: Editorial

Chicago’s Douche Vortex Map

Chicago has several major douche vortexes. It’s important to map them out because many innocent people stumble onto them by accident. Recent Chicago transplants and tourists are the most common victims. They’re drawn in by some of the traps in … Continue reading

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Nixon’s Vietnam Treachery

Now we know Nixon lied. A newfound cache of notes left by H. R. Haldeman, his closest aide, shows that Nixon directed his campaign’s efforts to scuttle the peace talks, which he feared could give his opponent, Vice President Hubert … Continue reading

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How Half Of America Lost Its F**king Mind

“Nothing that happens outside the city matters!” they say at their cocktail parties, blissfully unaware of where their food is grown. Hey, remember when Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans? Kind of weird that a big hurricane hundreds of miles across … Continue reading

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The FBI Feared Communist Infiltration of EPCOT

It used to be very nice. It’s the last park designed mostly by Walt’s personally hired staff who remained with the company after he died. Sure, it’s pro corporate but that was always one of Walt’s minor character flaws. Then … Continue reading

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Labor case shows NU taught its athletes well

Former Wildcats quarterback Kain Colter, who helped lead the fight, clearly learned a bit about economics, ethics, history, political science, mathematics and other academic disciplines. That Northwestern education fueled the sense of what is needed, what is possible and what … Continue reading

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