Meg decides she wants to be a mom. Alice takes a journey to find herself. Robin knows she loves her life exactly the way it is. “How to Be Single” may explore the ins and outs of relationships, but its main characters make plenty of decisions that are simply about living life.
Monthly Archive: June 2016
Do liberal writers who point the finger at Christians pause and ask, “Do I give the killers of Christians rhetorical comfort when I focus exclusively on the wrongs American Christians have committed while ignoring all the good they’ve done?”
Matthias, Jordan and Zach are back for more Terrible Opinions, predictions and (we hope) nuanced opinions about the state of things in politics and culture. In this week’s episode, Zach and Matthias debate a...
As GoT staggers into its final two seasons, the showrunners could tell a much more compelling story if they stop forcing our hero, Jon Snow, into the mold of an idiot Aragorn. Instead, they should be looking to have Jon emulate William Wallace.
Here’s a roundup of prominent Republican figures and whether or not they have succumbed to Donald J. Trump in his reign of terror on the GOP as well as where they are on the gamut of Trump support. Roughly speaking, the spectrum ranges from Christie (full-on “Invasion of the Body Snatchers” crazy) to Ryan (sane reluctance to support Trump and enough principle left to denounce him as needed).
Sometimes saving is stupid.
In a better world, we’d be debating politicians’ policies, but in our grim timeline we have to settle for wondering, “Which one is less of a comic book villain?” And on every vice, Trump’s chaotic evil looms just as large as — or larger than — Clinton’s comparatively lawful approach.
Matthias, Jordan and Zach welcome back guest Becket Adams for Unpopular Opinions, Predictions and plenty of discussion about the topic of the hour: free speech. We call out journalists who defend Gawker’s invasion of...
‘Maybe We Need a Party Breakdown to Be Better’: Katrina Jørgensen on Resigning Young Republicans over Trump
Paradox’s MATTHIAS SHAPIRO interviews KATRINA JøRGENSEN, whoresigned from her position as Communications Chair for the Young Republicans National Federation in May, saying her principles would not let her continue to work for a party with Donald Trump as its nominee.
Whether or not Rubio’s decision to support Trump is idealism or political opportunism is between him and his conscience. While I understand their reasoning and know that Ryan is an especially difficult position, it breaks my heart to see both Rubio and Ryan choose party over principle. I would have loved to see two politicians I admire hold the line.