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By choosing to remember only half of their portraits, we deny celebrities their humanity and overlook an obvious truth.
Here is what the modern Christmas ditty looks like in heroic Anglo-Saxon metre.
Should we dismiss Han Solo as a selfish, self-serving misanthrope? Should we resent the rebels as enemies of order and authority?
Another attack on Christmas?
For many years now, my family has always tried to make some time over the holidays to sit down together and read old Christmas stories.
And it happens in the first 30 seconds of the film.
What was the real purpose of this psychological waterboarding?
Cereal producers, family television hosts, beer companies, and shoemakers have all been pulled into America’s political sideshow.
Take a look at these thought-provoking quotes and see which answer leads you to your life purpose.
It is not an exaggeration to say that without Henry Potter, Bedford Falls would cease to exist.
A famous scene from the 1972 film 'The Last Tango in Paris' was shot by violating a very basic requirement for exercising moral agency.
One wonders if the folks at BuzzFeed might try a similar tactic with prominent Muslims who worship at mosques.
It’s a pretty funny clip. The sad part is that there are students paying $3,000 a credit for this stuff.
Why is it that no one burns flags at trade schools?
Castro’s own daughter sought asylum in the United States and denounced her father as “a tyrant.”
He really lets them have it.
Is it possible that we might go back to a plain, common sense Thanksgiving, uncorrupted by any PC-nonsense?
It might be science fiction, but Westworld grapples with moral questions that we are already facing in the present.
It's a meltdown of epic proportions.
He had a way with words.
The comedian known for his edgy humor ended his SNL monologue with a plea for unity at a time when Americans are deeply divided.
And the celebrated movie he hated.
Kaepernick is exercising more than his right to free speech.
Or are they only telling us what we all want to hear?
Philosophers refer to versions of this concern as the ‘demandingness objection’. Its advocates claim that a moral theory that would ask so much.
"We all, therefore, need the books that will correct the characteristic mistakes of our own period. And that means the old books."
It makes sense.