The New Yorker celebrates the court's DOMA decision with a cover featuring Sesame Street characters snuggling on the couch while looking at an image of the Supreme Court on television.
The first question I had was why can Bert and Ernie only afford a black and white television? Seems kinda' sad.
All these magazines have been reduced to carnival barkers. That's all they are. But instead of pointing out each oddity as an oddity they constantly feature each oddity as the new mainstream. And the New Yorker in and of itself has very little power to influence the culture but as part of the borg-like mentality of the msm, it has a profound effect on the culture. And by profound I mean calamitous.