‘Miss Americana’ is really about how Taylor Swift got woke, and considering her astronomical popularity among young people, conservatives should think twice before shrugging off her potential influence.
New Taylor Swift documentary follows the pop star as she confronts her fear of seeking everyone’s approval. What she doesn’t get is that people don’t dislike her because she’s Democrat.
From bubblegum bops like ‘Call Me Maybe’ to grittier songs like ‘Ho Hey’ to the SoundCloud stylings of ‘Old Town Road,’ the 2010s were packed with memorable pop music.
For all the chatter about formulaic truck songs and cynical genre-bending, mainstream country in the 2010s actually had a lot of bright spots.
It’s better to know less than to know that Taylor Swift, a woman who rocketed from Middle America to superstardom, is basically as interesting as the liberal arts grad next to you in line at the Williamsburg Whole Foods.
In a Rolling Stone interview, Taylor Swift said she has a newfound obsession with politics, but ‘politics’ to Swift means only liberal ideas.
Maybe I outgrew Taylor Swift, but maybe she left me out in the cold. And maybe our differences have something to do with her newfound political activism.
Kid Rock blasted Taylor Swift Friday over the pop star’s recent interview with Vogue, in which she expressed why she’s increasingly politically active.
On the Federalist Radio Hour: The growing political fight against Silicon Valley, why progressives increasingly hate the media, and the banal Taylor Swift.
‘Archer’s’ lyrics are a return to the form that made Taylor Swift famous: achingly honest pop poetry.
The stereotypes are so crude they border on parody. You would think someone who was thrust into super stardom by country music fans might have more respect for people from different backgrounds.
Whatever album to which ‘ME!’ eventually belongs may indeed include some of Swift’s best work. But this isn’t it. This is boring and half-baked.
If your glass is half full, this year’s Grammys may have signaled the guitar hero is slowly coming back into fashion with younger listeners.
Voters in Texas, Tennessee, and Georgia chose the un-flashy Republicans over the celebrity-backed Democratic candidates in the 2018 midterms.
What better way to stand out from the herd of mindless, mainstream zombies than by becoming a messenger for Hollywood’s leading antagonist, Donald Trump.
I don’t look to any celebrities to inform my politics, but I do care a lot about the public reactions we’ve witnessed to both stars’ recent political comments.
Why claim residency in Tennessee, especially if, in Taylor Swift’s words, red-state policies don’t represent ‘MY Tennessee values?’
In an undercover video, campaign staffers working for Democratic candidate Phil Bredesen said he would have voted against Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation, although Bredesen has told voters the opposite.
If celebrity endorsements were dealbreakers, Hillary Clinton would have won. And so would have every high-profile Democratic candidate.
After years of political silence, pop culture icon Taylor Swift is now endorsing an old white dude for the Senate … because feminism.
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