If only ‘lived experience’ qualifies an individual for a role, then no one ever has the right to portray anyone else, because no two people have ever had the exact same lived experiences.
Three decades ago, an episode of ‘The Simpsons’ provided a cautionary tale for Mike Bloomberg’s presidential candidacy.
Mike Reiss is “The Simpsons” longest-serving writer, producer, and 4-time Emmy Award winner. He talks comedy and favorite episodes on Federalist Radio.
Removing one stereotypical character would suggest a politicized process of choosing ‘acceptable’ groups to satirize.
Progressives and social justice warriors today are in the business of moralizing, which isn’t the same thing as being moral.
Cascading reductions in reimbursements due to Obamacare are wreaking havoc on our health care system—and could make ‘doctors’ like Dr. Nick the only option for some patients.
Fox has been teasing the demise of the Simpson marriage for several weeks, but they’re staying put, and so should we.
‘The Simpsons’ producer Al Jean revealed that Homer and Marge will legally separate in the premier episode of the upcoming Read Full Article >
Ted Cruz tells us about his favorite Simpsons episodes. They might surprise you.
Building city trains and streetcars in 2014 is a regressive move that stymies future innovation.
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