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10.16.12 Joseph Schulhoff

ANIMAL hit the “Crossroads of the World” to see firsthand what the people are thinking about tonight’s presidential debate between President Barack Obama and Extremely Rich Person Mitt Romney. Some of the answers were predictable, others not so much. Watch and see how the candidates scored. (Picture/Edit: Aymann Ismail) […]

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10.12.12 Lily Streeter

Still don’t know who you’re voting for this November? Too lazy to do your homework? Fear not – with cute embroidered fonts and charming illustrations, these posters will politely spell out the answer for you over the coming month, and all you have to do is sign up for a newsletter. Launched on October 8th, […]

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10.08.12 Marina Galperina

Finally, the Romney/Ryan duo gets the visual treatment it deserves! Harking back to the good old days, simulated vintage Yesteryear Collectables do Conservative Family Values in a most appropriate context… faux-1950s campaign schwag. […]

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10.05.12 Andy Cush

This year’s presidential race has split Manhattan down the middle, according to data from the Federal Election Committee. Manhattan is a massive campaign contributor in general–half of the top 10 donor zip codes to both candidates are on the island–and its political fault line seems to lie somewhere in the middle of Central Park: Obama […]

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10.03.12 Marina Galperina

The commie parents that indoctrinated their kids into this anti-Mitt Romney parody toy commercial are Pinkos and I want to see their birth certificates immediately! […]

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Marina Galperina

“I don’t paint Democrats,” says Richard Phillips. “I vote for them.” […]

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09.28.12 Jay Smooth

Because his family keeps trying to convince us Mitt’s a regular guy, and it’s getting really awkward. Ill Doctrine is a video blog on music, politics and culture, launched in 2007 by Jay Smooth. We will be premiering an episode a week on ANIMAL. Older episodes can be found at IllDoctrine.com and you can follow […]

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09.23.12 Bucky Turco

Today, Los Angeles-based aerosol artist SABER launched an “aerial graffiti” campaign above New York City against presidential candidate Mitt Romney who pledged to eliminate government subsidies for the National Endowment for the Arts and other cultural programs should he be elected. Dubbed #DefendtheArts, SABER hired five skywriting planes — a medium he has successfully used […]

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09.22.12 Jay Smooth

How Mitt Romney’s 47 Percenter drama restored my faith in humanity. Ill Doctrine is a video blog on music, politics and culture, launched in 2007 by Jay Smooth. We will be premiering an episode a week on ANIMAL. Older episodes can be found at IllDoctrine.com and you can follow Jay on Twitter here. […]

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09.19.12 Andy Cush

As a part of their “Presidential FaceOFF” series, web sports channel The NOC sent two dudes who look an awful lot like the guys currently fighting over the fate of our country to play a friendly game of PIG at the legendary West 4th Street basketball courts. It’s a pretty tight match–peep O’s mean over-the-head […]

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