A Moral Journey Enabled Through Humor
Hubris Media, Inc., headquartered in Michigan, is the owner of The Hubris Herald ("HH"), a satirical news and opinion blog founded in May 2019.  Although our articles tend to satirize the excesses of the political left (at this moment in time, identity politics and neo-Marxism provide the most fertile ground for material), we don't have a partisan agenda.  Our goal is purely to provoke inquiry--and where necessary, ridcule--by illuminating the absurdity of certain socio-political beliefs and behaviors increasingly prevalent in the United States.  In this regard, we are guided by the words of the French poet Jean de Santeul (1630-97), who coined the phrase "castigat ridendo mores" (humor corrects morals). Humor, we believe, liberates us from the taboos that impair evidenced-based reasoning, the lack of which is the active ingredient in all civilization-eroding fanaticism.

Our Authors
Our authors are diverse not just in race, ethnicity, and gender, but, more importantly, in philosophical views.  Among them are professors, homemakers, corporate executives, law enforcement personnel, professional satire writers, and best-selling book authors.  All of them contribute articles to HH on a freelance basis.  We would love to eventually hire full-time staff writers, and with your financial support, that is a realistic possibility.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do your authors write under pseudonyms?

Some authors are embarrassed to be associated with a website of such ill-repute, and so they write under pseudonyms.  Others have no shame, and so they write under their real names.

Can I submit articles or ideas to The Hubris Herald?

Yes, you may.  Please see our Write For Us page for details.

I'm looking to make some money. Can I sue The Hubris Herald?

First of all, we have virtually no money. Second, that wouldn't make much sense.  The First Amendment protects satire as a form of free speech and expression. We use invented names in all of our stories, except in cases where public figures are being satirized. Any other use of real names is accidental and coincidental. The Hubris Herald is not intended for readers under 18 years of age.

Can I advertise on The Hubris Herald?

Please send all advertising inquiries to editor@HubrisHerald.com. Please specify the business you would like to advertise, and the appropriate advertising sales representative will get back to you promptly. For more information regarding advertising opportunities, please consult our Advertising page.