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Last week, Banter readers helped us do something very few other outlets could ever dream of: they funded our foray into on-the-ground reporting in Ferguson, Missouri by generously donating towards the cost of plane tickets, hotels and car rentals.
Pamela Anderson is trying to stop people donating to the ALS Association. The long time PETA supporter accused the organization of funding experiments that injected chemicals into monkey brains. It turns out that isn’t true.
Kajieme Powell died after confronting officers with a knife in St Louis. In America, cops can shoot you if they believe you pose a threat to them, but how do other countries police force deal with knife wielding attackers?
Missouri Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder (R) demanded Gov. Jay Nixon reinstate the curfew in Ferguson, and allow “Anglo American jurisprudence” to “protect the rights and liberties of everyone involved”.
What does corporate America do to satiate consumer demand for ‘the real thing’? Simple – put the word ‘handmade’, ‘handcrafted’ and ‘artisanal’ in front of their products.
As St Louis erupts once more into chaos, more details are emerging from the shooting of the unarmed black teenager Michael Brown. In a preliminary private autopsy performed yesterday, it appears that Brown was shot at least six times – with two entrance wounds being found in his head.
In the next couple of weeks, we’ll be making a pretty big announcement here at The Daily Banter. What is this about? Well, you’ll have wait and see, but we think our readers will love it and get behind us. So just trust us on this one. So what is it that we want from… Read More
The notion that black people are inherently criminalistic is so embedded in the American psyche that the majority of Americans aren’t even aware that they are racist. If you think this is an exaggeration, watch this.
Shep Smith, Fox News’s one and only rational employee did a stupid thing yesterday in the wake of Robin Williams’s suicide. Speaking on his show, Smith lamented the actor’s untimely passing and wondered out loud whether Williams was a coward.
This is great to hear for anyone in the business, but when a company has built its name by ripping off other people’s work with the dumbest crap on the internet, it’s somewhat disheartening to see it rewarded so lavishly.
Gawker is engaging in some of the most puerile garbage on the internet, some of which is becoming so cringeworthy they are in danger of becoming a huge joke.
There’s a very good reason Obama isn’t calling his one-time foe to help him solve the world’s problems, and it’s not because the President is anti-social. It’s because John McCain is fucking insane.