Here at The Daily Ant, we know that so much of the mainstream media enjoys focusing on (allegedly) […]
Well, the most recent mega Powerball jackpot of $759 million has been claimed. But did you know? A […]
As vertebrates swarm to various destinations throughout the continental United States in order to observe a total eclipse […]
I’m on the road this week, so today’s Style Saturday will be brief but (formicid) fabulous! Here at […]
My antrepid readers will have noticed that Style Saturdays took a brief summer hiatus; I took a break […]
Very few things have nothing to do with ants, and Anthony Scaramucci (or, as he is known in the adult cartoon we call reality, “The Mooch”) is no exception.
Many readers will have only just recently learned their Moochian Myrmecology from intrepid journalist and gleeful polemicist Matt Taibbi. Who is Matt Taibbi? Well, let me put it this way. In 2005, Matt Taibbi wrote an essay called “The 52 Funniest Things About the Upcoming Death of the Pope” which, like Donald Trump, earned condemnation from both Hillary Clinton and Anthony Weiner. In 2012, he wrote this touching eulogy on the occasion of the actual death of Andrew Breitbart. In the very same year, he also wrote this love letter to David Brooks. (Which reminds me, I swear I once heard Ann Coulter describe David Brooks as the “Elisabeth Hasselbeck of the New York Times,” but I can’t find the reference.)
Yesterday we observed a less-than-honest photographer on display. Today, we were happy to learn about a nice, short […]
Coding Correspondant Nathan Daly brought to our attention a remarkable photograph that went viral on Twitter last week.
As the classic public service announcement goes, “If you see something, say something.” But adherence to this precept […]
Liu Xiaobo once wrote that “life is priceless, even to an ant.” We are thus very sad to […]
Sometimes, The New York Times is depressingly anti-ant. Other times, it produces excellent ant-friendly content such as this video […]
Remember, dear readers, to stay vigilant against mainstream vertebrate bias, which takes many forms (really!). Pedagogical Correspondant Anna […]