For those celebrities seeking a primer on how to interact with the political sphere in the era of Trump, they would be wiser to look to the model of another prominent star of the past: Frank Sinatra.
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.
2016 revealed the deep divisions we have within our culture and politics, divisions made even deeper by the past eight years of Barack Obama’s rule.
Rogue One is about the soldiers. And for all its flaws, that’s what these standalone movies should be about.
An exploration of the challenges of morality in such an age would be interesting. Instead, Westworld decided to go in a safer and more predictable direction.
Fidel Castro’s defunct Escuelas Nacionales de Arte, tuition-free schools for the arts, are emblematic of his failure.
There is no excuse for painting 60+ million Americans as morally corrupt.
If the rising generation of young progressives allow themselves to believe Donald Trump is just a bump in the road to inevitable Democratic success. . . they are in for even more rude awakenings in the future.
If there was one mistake that stands out above all the others, it is the decision by the campaign to ignore the warnings of one Bill Clinton.
Donald Trump is the man Americans have chosen as their vehicle for the dramatic change they demand from Washington.
Voting signifies that you are not indifferent to the country or our future. It is a sign that you want to be heard.
Trumpism is not the same as populism or the New Right. . . It is what happens when no one trusts anyone any more.
Nothing will change.
The real problem for Donald Trump in the presidential debates isn’t his temperament. It’s his narcissism.
The move to endorse now seems ideologically baseless, because it is. It seems like an act of political self-defense, because it is. And it seems opportunistic, because it is.
Today, the left is entirely in favor of replacing culture with politics. That gives us worse culture, and worse politics.
It is not the elites alone who favor trade deals. It is not the elites alone who favor immigration reform. And it is not the elites alone who favored the Iraq War.
Tim Carney and Ben Domenech debated Jennifer Rubin and Bret Stephens on the motion “Blame the elites for the Trump Phenomenon.”
Say what you will about Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton, but at least they are good at pretending they know things.
Dunham claims she never wants to be objectified, until she does, and when she isn’t, she feels pathetic about it.
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