We might get rid of Adam Sandler, but we will need his understanding of providence again, or else our entertainment will turn to despair.
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.
The millionaire lifestyle and its problems have caught up to Chris Rock, and it’s hard to find what he might have in common with people who play tamborine to his lead vocals.
Hefner built himself a male-adolescent fantasy world, and tried to sell it as a legitimate version of the American Dream.
Wouldn’t it be great if our elite artists understood we were a large nation, but weak, and need to light a match so we can locate one another?
Chris Rock’s performance at the Oscar’s was more effective messaging than Lady Gaga’s Tribute or Leo’s climate change speech.
Chris Rock came to the Oscars to enjoy himself. America could learn something from him.
As comedians face increasing pressure from social justice warriors for comedy that isn’t even that transgressive, the only place to go is underground.
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