Embarrassed, angry, and confused, the Left is simply doubling down on the behavior and the rhetoric that drove large numbers of Americans to vote for Trump in the first place.
With Donald Trump’s inauguration just a few days away, Hollywood types have been accelerating their freakout over the president-elect.
The acknowledgement of these bubbles, and the importance of breaking out of them, ought to be part of everyone’s resolution on how to approach the Trump era in 2017 and beyond.
Once again, Hollywood illustrates why people ignored its collective demand to vote against Donald Trump.
Emily Miller joins Mary Katharine Ham to discuss their New Year’s resolutions and Marie Kondo’s KonMari method of minimizing the clutter in our lives.
Meryl Streep says Hollywood elites are the real victims and MMA is for losers, and fails to empathize with Trump voters.
We shouldn’t admire the risk-takers when they succeed yet have no tolerance when they fail. Celebrate failure this weekend by seeing ‘Florence Foster Jenkins.’
Patricia Arquette railed against wage gaps in her Oscar speech. They don’t actually exist in the real world. But they do in Hollywood (and the White House).
How the Right can start speaking to female voters on their own terms.
In the interest of peace, the world of ‘The Giver’ has taken away free will and along with it everything that makes us human.
How history, culture and family are portrayed in three recent films.
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