CEOs from Ted Turner to Jack Welch have endured her wrath, and even complications from her third facelift haven't retired America's noisiest corporate gadfly
From a Gadfly
to a Hornet is timely in an age when threats to academic freedom are flying from the left and right, and intellectual rigor in public debate is mocked from the highest offices of government.
That's what Israeli author and Meretz party activist Alona Kimhi posted on her Facebook page after being interviewed by the gadfly
and journalist-provocateur Tuvia Tenenbom.
and liberal gadfly
Gore Vidal, is both fascinating as a glimpse at the not so distant past, and provocative as an account of what arguably was an early step in the decline of political discourse on television.
In this collection of his columns featured in the magazine, this gadfly
is just as critical of unproven claims about cosmetic products as of consumers' belief that health problems are largely due to chemicals.
Staging a chronological display of some ninety works drawn from his eighteen-year, star-studded, jet-serting career, the show will place special emphasis on the self-portrait--which may prove useful for decrypting (in advance of this lall's "Church of Vezzoli" at MOMA PSI in New York and "Cinenia Vezzoli" at the Muscum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles) whether Vezzoli is an enthusiastic adept of the celebrity-industrial complex or a true cultural critic-cumsocial gadfly
in the tradition of Cocreati, DalI, and Warhol.
Peter Bridges, Donn Piatt: Gadfly
of the Gilded Age.
There is something in Geoffrey Alderman's book, The Communal Gadfly
to irritate everybody, which is quite as Geoffrey Alderman would like it.
Those who did debate were: Ayman Nur, who was jailed after challenging the regime in the 2005 presidential elections; Hamdeen Sabahi, a leftist gadfly
As one reads A Vexing Gadfly
, the state church in Denmark during Soren Kierkegaard's time and the powerful, prosperous American Christianity of our own time seem strikingly similar.
He said: "Deputy Gilmore reminds me of the gadfly
around the tail of an old cow.
in Syracuse, NY) has been a gadfly
to both the mainstream psychiatric community and the anti-psychiatry movement ever since the launching of the latter in the 1960s by R.