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Gerald Ford

Here's Dana Carvey doing Tom Brokaw covering Gerald Ford's death in 1996.

November 6, 2004 Arts

Yes Means No!

When international gatherings of corporate executives (mistakenly) ask the Yes Men to be their keynote speakers, they are only too happy to oblige. Max Liboiron watches the results.

The Yes Men dish up artistic critique to straight-faced corporate audiences

January 13, 2004 Arts

Satire Under Attack

When looking silly is worse than looking evil
newWar_fp.jpgWebster's Dictionary credits literature as the traditional medium to use "trenchant wit, irony, or sarcasm to expose and discredit vice or folly." Yet in today's multimedia world, satire has entered the mainstream via theatre, television, music, newspaper cartoons, radio, and the internet. Satire is an important tool for those frustrated by the corporate, sponsorship, and political agendas mixed up in their media.- by Jane Henderson and Max Liboiron -

When looking silly is worse than looking evil

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