Hubris, High Socks, and other Habits of the Most Powerful People in the World

December 14, 2012   ·   0 Comments

Masters of the Universe

By Hamilton Nolan: The Masters of the Universe can be identified by their socks. Their millions of dollars, their vast power over commerce, and their socks, which must protrude four inches below the cuff of their suit pants when seated. Any greater length of sock exposure would indicate that the wearer was sitting with his legs crossed.

New York Times building

Out At The New York Times: Gays, Lesbians, AIDS And Homophobia Inside America’s Paper Of Record

By Michelangelo Signorile: “Out at The New York Times: Gays, Lesbians, AIDS and Homophobia Inside America’s Newspaper of Record” is an article I wrote for The ...

Gay at the Times

By Jennifer Vanasco: On Wednesday, The New York Times’s LGBT employee affinity group commemorated a cover story about the paper that ran in the Advocate 20 years ago. Called, “Out at The New York Times: Gays, Lesbians, AIDS, and Homophobia Inside America’s Newspaper of Record”...

Schools of Tomorrow

Breaking News: Teacher Invited to Education Conference

By Students Last: New York City - Setting aside a long-held tradition, the New York Times has invited an actual public school teacher to participate in their [September ...

New York Times Energy for Tomorrow Conference

New York Times Fabricates ‘Balanced’ Discussion on Natural Gas

By Press Action: The New York Times organized a conference on energy, which included speeches and panel discussions that addressed the use of hydraulic fracturing to extract natural ...