Philip Bunn
Philip Bunn
Philip Bunn

Philip is a graduate of Patrick Henry College and studies political theory at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Paul Simon’s Final Tour Highlights An Unparalleled American Musical Legend

I was fortunate to attend one of Simon’s concerts in the summer of 2016 following the release of his album, ‘Stranger to Stranger.’

Justin Timberlake’s ‘Filthy’ Is Hot Trash

I’m not completely sure what haters are going to say is fake, but I can only presume ‘it’ is Justin Timberlake’s musical talents.

Director Martin McDonagh Discusses His Wish To Portray ‘A Suicidal Christ’

As Oscar buzz builds around ‘Three Billboards’ and I wait for it to open in wide release, I’ve enjoyed revisiting the classic that is Martin McDonagh’s original foray into feature-length film.

The New Yorker Prophesies That Humans Will Invent Themselves Out Of Existence

The New Yorker cover story underplays the terrifying vision of the future it prophesies: a future with economic affluence, manufacturing efficiency, and few to no jobs for low-skilled workers.

‘Over The Garden Wall’ Is The Best Fall TV Show You’ve Never Heard Of

As you’re browsing for something to watch on a chilly evening, do yourself a favor and choose to watch the Emmy-winning ‘Over the Garden Wall.’

Protesters Pull Sex Toys On Conservative Campus Speaker In Madison

A sex toy protest out on the cold, wet sidewalk punctuated the right-leaning students inside the warm lecture hall hearing their ideas and intuitions confirmed.

NPR: We Don’t Need Safe Spaces Because People Can Control Their Emotions

The show ‘Invisibilia’ makes the case that we are more responsible for our emotions and responses than we typically care to believe.

The Only Way Humankind Stops The Machines From Taking Over Is Getting Religion

Mark O’Connell’s interactions with transhumanists show that modern man is not prepared to argue against transhumanism. He must either accept it or find a theological alternative.

‘Rick And Morty’ Is Incredibly Depressing And Doesn’t Deserve Its Popularity

The television show proclaims the insignificance of all our lives, reveling in existential pessimism. Why do viewers and critics love it so much?