Commentary on entertainment, movies, videos, plays, video games, etc.
“Contraceptives are the greatest life-saving, poverty-ending, women-empowering innovation ever created.”
Over 1.3 million people have RSVP’d as “Going” on Facebook to an event titled “Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us.”
A transwoman has just won a gold medal in weightlifting. Women competitors are not happy campers.
We should applaud as Americans become disenchanted with a world of cubicles and debt. They’re finding greater reward in learning a trade.
There wasn’t a wide gap between what was being discussed at Socialism 2019 and the ideas emerging from a growing segment of the American left.
When viewed analytically—based on how much money they generate—women in soccer actually make more than men.
The sober curious are challenging the belief you need alcohol as a social lubricant.
Hollywood pats itself on the back for their ridiculous dress-up paper dolls and proclaim voila! As if it is the first time we’ve ever seen the “strong female character.”
Ever since I started my crime show binge, I constantly ask myself why I watch these shows.
The ban may overlook how and why advertising works.
More than just a magnificent singer, Nat "King" Cole left an indellible mark on America both on and off the stage.
Underneath its unoriginal premise, a Netflix show toys with the idea of giving the human race a complete reset.
Amazingly, watching a dog act out the plot of classic novels doesn’t veer too far into the absurd.
Moral of the story: If you’re a white guy named Hank, shut up.
We often overlook books from the past, preferring to look at something fresh and relevant. But might these works from the past give us fresh insight into present issues?
What would happen if we reversed the mundane and made dinner special again?
Over the weekend, Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, debuted her garden design for the Chelsea Flower Show. The whole family came along making for some adorable photos.
Why did so many become addicted to distraction?
A virtues project from Narnia.
Live on, Batman! Hopefully future incarnations will live up to the character’s full potential.
Given our society's current inability to engage in rational discourse, a renewed appreciation for the logos as a shared commitment to seeking and articulating truth could be our only hope.
This race to the elusive top is causing many young people to experience severe anxiety, depression, and hopelessness.
Ever been to a Communist Easter egg hunt?
I was the bat boy for the "Knoxville Smokies" for five years. I can’t think of a better way to grow up than spending those thousands of hours at the ballpark. I felt extremely lucky, and still do.
The “Rolling Stones” have real drive. But ABBA’s music better reflects the human condition. My suspicion is that the as the Baby Boomers age and disappear, so too will the Stones.
Watching episodes of the 1960's show "The Twilight Zone," I noticed that we used to define adulthood as coming to accept that mankind's negative traits can be ameliorated, but not completely eradicated.
Young men need authority structures to belong to, and in lieu of that, some are turning to hate.
I also wonder if Jussie Smollett ever encountered a university administrator who taught him that one could gain power by feigning impotence and claiming victimhood. If so, that would explain a lot