The first Father’s Day celebrations in the United States were held in communities on opposite coasts over 100 years ago, in West Virginia and Washington.
Two consenting adults in the bedroom is an ‘LGBT issue.’ Parents pimping out their children for entertainment and political points is a disgusting league all its own.
Austin Ruse’s book, ‘Under Siege,’ makes a compelling case that there’s no better time for Catholics and affiliated conservatives to fight back against our woke overlords than right now.
Our decadent ruling class is playing games with esoteric jargon to burnish their own reputations at great cost to everyone else.
Chris Harrison cozied up to the wrong people in the face of criticism, and they oh-so-predictably ruined him.
With its moody atmosphere and a phenomenal star turn, HBO’s ‘Mare of Easttown’ is a phenomenal tale of intrigue and tragedy.
Assistant Editor Kylee Zempel joins Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to discuss how the left’s definition of cultural appropriation skews discourse.
‘Our federal government [is] just a bunch of elderly men pulling levers, hoping if they say ‘amen and awomen’ they can white knuckle it to the end.’
‘You can have a successful economy, but if the underpinnings of the culture are being torn apart, I don’t think that society will be very successful.’
If the lawsuit between DeSantis and the CDC forces a compromise, it will reflect the need to address political issues on corporate and cultural fronts, not just legislative.
If loving Harajuku so much that you stylize your art around it is the equivalent of a minstrel show or blackface, then how are we supposed to qualify flagrant acts of racism?
Diminishing the culture war in this heated moment isn’t just anti-conservative; it has the priorities of the people completely backward.
As a simple ode to friendship and local communities, ‘Sweet Magnolias’ is charming and refreshing at a time our community ties are deserving of attention.
In order to overcome a corrupt culture, people must develop confidence in themselves to do the hard, necessary work.
“The American people want respectful, blunt reality,” said Liz Wheeler on The Federalist Radio Hour.
Actor John Cena walked back his remarks that Taiwan is a country, saying he is “very, very sorry” after facing pressure to apologize to communist China.
The media treatment of Demi Lovato’s sudden pronoun change is just one example of how post-modern gender ideology is shaping the culture.
“If I can’t talk about what I’m thinking at this point in my career, I don’t want to be on the radio anymore,” said longtime Boston radio host Matty Siegel.
Despite a population that is now more prosperous and more educated by several orders of magnitude, we clearly have become more lazy.
‘We survived a global pandemic and now you’re worried about the size of your jeans? Let’s just refuse to ever be ashamed of our bodies again,’ the subtitle declares.
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