If anyone should be defending good, edgy comedy—especially in times of hypersensitivity—it’s comedians and the one television network dedicated to promoting their work.
Trevor Noah’s museum pop-up featuring the tweets of the president is certainly humorous, but its one-joke approach wears a little thin.
Ben Domenech interviews Canadian Comedian Sugar Sammy on the Federalist Radio Hour.
It’s just so heartwarming that groundbreakers like George Carlin and Lenny Bruce were arrested for words so today’s soft comedians could talk about comedy being problematic in prison-like safe spaces.
Netflix’s new ‘The Fix’ is an utterly pointless waste of a comedian as funny as Jimmy Carr, who doesn’t give a hoot about political correctness or solving world problems.
Raging at culture is the best way for conservatives to get shut out of it. Dan Crenshaw gets it.
British actor Rowan Atkinson defended a British politician’s joke about burqas on the grounds that it was funny, and insisted he should not apologize.
Mike Reiss is “The Simpsons” longest-serving writer, producer, and 4-time Emmy Award winner. He talks comedy and favorite episodes on Federalist Radio.
In an era when our president has bragged about his adultery and is known for using vulgar language, we all have a choice to make.
These bookers tell comedians a particular joke or set is not okay for their students, whom they assume to be extremely sensitive to the harmful nature of…jokes.
A new documentary contrasts the free speech ethos of Lenny Bruce with the anti-comedy attitudes on today’s campuses.
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