We’re so divided that making a significant portion of us laugh at once is very hard, and it’s even harder if you play by the rules of political correctness.
Rodrigo revives what we all loved about early Swift: her ability to tap into the most simple, but most specific experiences of love, anger, revenge, and sorrow.
The fly-over woman understands her womanhood and motherhood deep in her bones and doesn’t see maleness as a goal to achieve or person to conquer.
Just like the majestic phoenix tattooed on Ben Affleck’s back, his relationship with Jennifer Lopez is born again, and America is here for it.
The Oscars broadcast is en route to consciously serving just another elite progressive niche, like ‘The Late Show’ under Stephen Colbert or The New York Times.
‘Ready Player Two,’ the much-anticipated sequel to the popular novel and film ‘Ready Player One,’ is a loose collection of unlikable characters and precious pop culture references in search of a plot.
Taylor Swift called out a new Netflix show for a joke she called “deeply sexist.” But is it sexist if it’s true? Emily Jashinsky and Madeline Osburn discuss.
What’s missed by the social justice critics is that even people on minimum wage deserve songs that reflect their lives and aspirations.
Taylor Swift’s special talent used to be capturing teenage love and heartbreak in a way that rang true. But what was once precocious is now pretentious.
While new music is a welcome surprise, many have been praising Taylor Swift for magically fixing 2020. She didn’t — and no other pop culture trend can.
Alex Trebek’s legacy will continue to live on through the seemingly timeless effect of game shows on American culture.
A song at the top of the Billboard that promotes a Christian view of marriage is not something I had slated for 2020.
It is obvious the left has it in for Tolkien and his work. This could not stop a major company like Amazon from wanting to profit off Tolkien’s hugely popular Legendarium.
For Bartstool President Dave Portnoy’s first interview, he certainly started at the top.
This effort to extend the 1619 reeducation program into popular culture is particularly dangerous because stories have the power to change minds through emotion instead of reason.
Americans could use a little less pontificating about hypothetical racism and a little more “Tiger King.”
Actress Vanessa Hudgens posted on Instagram Live to update her followers on her thoughts during the Wuhan coronavirus quarantine.
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