Warren Henry
Warren Henry
Warren Henry is the nom de plume of an attorney practicing in the State of Illinois.
Revisiting Battlestar Galactica: ‘The Farm’ And ‘Home (Parts 1 and 2)’

The Cylons’ faith drive them to nightmarish experiments on humans, while Pres. Roslin pursues her vision and finds a signpost to Earth.

Revisiting Battlestar Galactica: ‘Fragged’ And ‘Resistance’

Authority breaks down for the stranded landing party on Kobol, while Col. Tigh centralizes authority among the fleet with tragic results.

When Andrew Sullivan Almost Seems Sane, You Know We’re Crazy

Now that some dismiss conservatism as ‘the maintenance of dwindling white hegemony,’ it is almost tempting to celebrate writer Andrew Sullivan’s heterodoxy. Almost.

Why Spotify’s Decision To Censor Artists Opens A Bottomless Rabbit Hole

Rock and roll has often been an enterprise in which adult men who disdained conventional morality sold fantasies of sexual rebellion to infatuated teenage girls.

Google And Facebook Restrict Speech About Ireland’s Abortion Referendum

Facebook and Google are both playing politics, but not the same politics, regarding online advertising related to Ireland’s upcoming referendum on abortion’s legality.

Revisiting Battlestar Galactica: ‘Scattered’ And ‘Valley of Darkness’

Season two picks up from the season one cliffhanger and gets darker still, with the main cast growing even more divided, physically as well as philosophically.

Joy Reid Saga Proves The Left Only Cares About Homophobia To Bludgeon The Right

Many on the Left do not care much whether Reid is being honest about her blog postings or what her true thoughts on LGBTQ issues are – but they cannot admit it publicly.

Revisiting Battlestar Galactica: ‘Kobol’s Last Gleaming’

Season 1 ends with a two-part cliffhanger that draws together the main themes of the series while pitting its main characters directly against each other.

Revisiting Battlestar Galactica: ‘The Hand of God’ And ‘Colonial Day’

Battlestar Galactica serves up two different types of excitement in a space opera and a political thriller.

The Boston Globe’s News Fabrication Scandal Is Nothing New For Journalism

If the Boston Globe concludes the accusations against Kevin Cullen are true, his career may well be at an end. But not all news fabricators go off into obscurity.

Revisiting Battlestar Galactica: ‘Flesh and Bone’ and ‘Tigh Me Up, Tigh Me Down’

The paranoia that can be spread by Cylon infiltration is played as both deadly serious and as light comedy in two linked episodes.

Revisiting Battlestar Galactica: ‘Litmus’ And ‘Six Degrees of Separation’

Two hybrid Cylons infiltrate the Battlestar Galactica itself in these episodes, with two very different plans for advancing their campaign against humanity.

The Seven Dumbest Defenses Of The Atlantic’s Decision To Fire Kevin Williamson

Despite having achieved their goal, progressives felt it necessary with a torrent of widely-varying but equally flimsy rationales in support of the firing.

Ta-Nehisi Coates And Jessica Valenti Prove The Atlantic’s Hypocrisy On Kevin Williamson

The Left’s terrible fury over Kevin Williamson’s hiring was due to his focus on abortion as the mass taking of human lives and an unwillingness to deny women their share of agency in this morally fraught act.

TV’s Trippiest Superhero Thriller Returns To FX With ‘Legion’

‘Legion’ asks: What if a mutant named David Haller (Dan Stevens) hears voices in his head and at least some of them are not the thoughts of humans?

Revisiting ‘Battlestar Galactica’: ‘Act of Contrition’ And ‘You Can’t Go Home Again’

Having survived pursuing Cylons, infiltration and political unrest, the rag-tag fleet is tested by the power of guilt.

Revisiting Battlestar Galactica: ‘Water’ And ‘Bastille Day’

Having shaken the pursuing Cylons at the end of ’33,’ the rag-tag fleet confronts internal threats from Cylon and human alike.

Jennifer Rubin’s Flip-Flop On John Bolton Is Worthy Of Monty Python

Jennifer Rubin then: ‘If not Bolton himself, someone very much like him would be ideal in the No. 2 spot at State.’

Revisiting ‘Battlestar Galactica’: What’s Standout About Episode ’33’

As we rejoin the action, a relentless Cylon pursuit is forcing the rag-tag fleet to make faster-than-light (FTL) escape jumps every 33 minutes.

‘Atlanta’ Takes On the Authenticity of Acoustic Rap Covers

The authenticity debate within rap and hip-hop has intensified at the moment in which these genres have surpassed rock music as the most popular in America.