Harry Cheadle

Associate Editor

twitter: @hcheadle

Harry Cheadle is an Associate Editor at VICE. He writes about politics and poop and prisons and other stuff.

Articles by Harry Cheadle

  • New Atheism's Nasty Streak of Islamophobia

    If your project is to convince people that religion is evil and should be wiped from the face of the earth, and that rational, enlightened atheism is the beacon of truth towards which we must steer the storm-battered ship of the human race, is directly assaulting religion, or one…

  • The Vet Who Wants to Legalize Medical Marijuana for Dogs

    Now that it’s possible to legally buy and smoke marijuana in many parts of the US, it’s safe to say that weed and its by-products will be ingested freely throughout the country in the next decade. But have you ever shotgunned a blunt into your dog’s face?

  • After Gay Marriage, Why Not Polygamy?

    The idea that after gay marriage is legalized, polygamy will be next—and then bestiality and legal unions between lawn mowers and volumes of the Encyclopedia Britannica and so on—is one of the main arguments that social conservatives trot out to “defend traditional marriage.” But…

  • Why Does Sarah Palin Want Your Money?

    Sarah Palin isn't running for office, she doesn't have a TV show anymore, and she's less and less politically relevant. But she really, really wants people to pay attention to her, so she made a video all about how great she is. What a likable woman!

  • Are We There Yet? - The March/April Issue of 'Endtime Magazine'

    The latest issue of 'Endtime Magazine' features a prediction that Jews will sacrifice live animals on the Temple Mount, a four-headed cheetah with wings, a "miraculous" recovery from brain cancer, and the rather alarming news that Iran now has a nuclear weapon.

  • The American Student Who's Planning an Israeli-Palestinian Music Festival

    Since spending four months in Jerusalem, a college student named Andrew Roseman has been working to create a festival (called Man of a Thousand Teas) that would feature musicians from both sides of the Green Line and bring Israelis and Palestinians together, at least for a day.

  • Relax, Soda Isn’t Killing Anyone

    A study says that 180,000 people die every year thanks to sugary drinks. Really? Like, if we could magically erase soda and energy drinks from the Earth, the 180,000 people who died of diabetes and heart disease would still be alive? That sounds right?

  • Seven Dark Horse Candidates for Pope

    Everyone agrees that the next pope, like pretty much every pope in history, will be an old guy who is already a high-ranking member of the Church, but it doesn’t have to be. The new pope doesn't even have to be ordained, technically, and ain't no rule says a dog can't be pope.

  • Mother Teresa Was a Jerk, and So Were a Bunch of Other Saints

    According to a study conducted by Canadian researchers, Mother Teresa wasn't as saintly as everyone assumed. But if you look back on the 10,000 people who have been canonized by the Catholic Church over the centuries, some of the other saints were way worse.

  • All Politicians Should Talk as Much as Rand Paul Just Did

    Yesterday was one of those rare days when you could feel good about something that happened in Congress: Rand Paul stood up just before noon, started talking about drones, and didn’t stop for 13 hours. He spoke at length about something he cares about, which is an unusual sight i…