Massachusetts Daily Collegian

Divine retribution in store for unskeptical

By Chris Amorosi

December 6, 2009

Filed under Columns

I have been disheartened by the recent debate regarding the climate change e-mails. Not because of the rampant falsehoods exposed through the e-mails’ publication, for the Lord will punish those scientists who do not heed his...

Subversive pinko turkeys

By Chris Amorosi

November 23, 2009

Filed under Columns

My loyal readers, or reader, may remember my column from a year ago concerning the holiday of pre-Thanksgiving. In that column, I reflected on the wholesome and American origins of the holiday. For instance, pre-Thanksgiving begins...

Garbage is our friend

By Chris Amorosi

November 9, 2009

Filed under Columns

Throughout the ages, the most economic and expedient method of trash disposal was to dump garbage no farther than one could heave, pour or excrete it. Yet the bottle-sorting liberal elite now argues that we must reduce, reuse...

Hulu turns its back on viewer

By Chris Amorosi

October 26, 2009

Filed under Columns

It is 11:57 p.m. on Sunday night. I finish skimming the week’s reading assignments and let the Glee musical slide show on YouTube run through for the final time. Robed in matching pinstripe pajamas due to equal parts cool weather...

Massachusetts Senate Bill 2028 is kosher

By Chris Amorosi

September 28, 2009

Filed under Columns

It would be easier if those who wish to die from swine flu would simply infect themselves now and save me the trouble of having to read through their hysterical ravings over Massachusetts Senate Bill 2028. Ironically, I imagine...

Death panels: the new liberal threat

By Chris Amorosi

September 14, 2009

Filed under Columns

Abraham Lincoln, lawyer and log peddler, is often at the top of best president lists compiled by the academic establishment. Lincoln's role in the Civil War is the primary reason.  I used to agree as I am an established academic,...

Memoirs of a parking attendant

By Chris Amorosi

September 8, 2009

Filed under Columns

Last year, I found summer employment in a large alligator mascot suit. Seeking further experience in the field of sweltering discomfort, this past summer I worked as a part-time parking lot attendant. On Friday, Saturday and Sunday,...