When the “Euphoria” actress subtly revealed that her parents vote red, social media lost its mind.
By Leslie Sattler
The Oscars is an aging relic that has lost its compass — and Will Smith’s slap points to its impending death.
By Jeff Hurvitz
Conservative characters sometimes — unwittingly or not — slip through the cracks. Here are five such characters you can stream at home right now.
By Albert Eisenberg
The fundamental claim promoted by the New York Times’ 1619 Project — that the Revolutionary War was fought to preserve slavery — simply does not correspond with the facts. This false history will do more damage than its proponents realize.
By John McWhorter
He was a prodigious, patient listener, an outstanding anomaly in this age when so many seem uninterested in hearing what others have to say.
By Art Carey
The irony, the delicious incongruities and the sheer humor have kept me in stitches for a half-century. And so many of the sketches are a history and literature lesson woven into comedy.
By Bob Martin