The '80s “empowered” icky crustaceans like Rush Limbaugh, Dinesh D'Souza, Allan Bloom, and Mary Matalin... ruminating on family values, the evil lifestyle of homosexuals, the glories of war, the absolute sanctity of money, and the motto of Republicans the world over: Admit Nothing, Blame Everybody, Be Bitter.
Originally published January 5, 1993
"Memorials. A new way to be unhappy in a group. I visit a friend who can no longer speak. A few days later he's dead. If you ask after people you haven't seen for a while, be prepared"
Originally published January 2, 1990
After Andy Warhol’s death in 1987, Gary Indiana, Gerard Malanga, Viva, and Barbara Kruger reflected on the artist’s cultural legacy
November 13, 2018
In 1990 Gary Indiana covered the greed of the greediest, otherwise known as Donald Trump’s first divorce
October 5, 2018