Many of the high earners he excoriates
, especially in public service, are devotees on the left of the political spectrum.
My esteemed colleague Brian Reade excoriates
moustaches - grown in "Movember" for prostate cancer charity - as "the facial fingerprint of evil", citing Hitler, Stalin and KFC's Colonel Sanders.
Like a latter day Jeremiah, he excoriates
Americans for being "indifferent, insensitive, and uncaring.
This point is obvious to conservatives, but it is rare thinking on the left, and Berman excoriates
leftist apologists for terror, such as Noam Chomsky.
The first writer, Declan Murphy, excoriates
the opinions of the Channel 4 racing team, in particular that well-known defender of the punters' interest, John McCririck.
While he excoriates
corporate boards for too often failing to adequately exercise their responsibilities of managerial oversight, he blames owners--institutional investors in particular--for not insisting "that managers operate not in their own interest, but in the interest of the owners.
In this issue, Nat Hentoff excoriates
ACLU head Anthony Romero for at first defending the signing of a document saying he would not knowingly hire someone who is on the government's watch list of people who are supporters of terrorism.
Radio host Amy Goodman's Exception to the Rulers excoriates
Bush, but mentions the environment only in the context of oil-company pollution in Nigeria.
The report excoriates
the ANC for human rights abuses, particularly at its training camps.
Along with visuals featuring embarrassing quotes by Sony execs (including one where a Sony spokesperson called Nintendo's better-selling Wii "more of a novelty"), charts featuring the declining price of PS3s on eBay, and a store display in which an Xbox 360 is hidden behind a PS3 cut-out, the song excoriates
Sony while praising competitors, especially the 360: "You make your console cost the most/You beat your chest and proudly boast/Despite no good exclusive games/You make a bunch of ridiculous claims.