Printers’ ink is the lifeblood of a democracy…
… cable news, not so much.
More sips from the seemingly-never-ending stream that broadcast journalism has become at Cable News Chyrons.
As we cathect on Colbert, we might recall that it was on this date in 1918 that Tristan Tzara read the “Dada Manifesto of 1918“– the second, but arguably the most important, of the Dada manifestos*– at Meise Hall in Zürich, Switzerland.
* Hugo Ball had written an earlier manifesto in 1916.