This past week, New York Times columnist Ross Douthat was smacked around for being paid to write a column defending White Anglo Saxon Protestant privilege.
The best sweary, funny, political movie of the oughts. (Open Thread)
Driftglass called out "No Labels" four days after its creation, and eight years later the rest of the media is catching up.
Movie night with classic noir...
Yes, the original! Don't miss this.
Dim conservatives like Ben Shapiro have a yuge problem: yearning for the "good old days" of pre-Trump Republicanism means...You have to remember the disaster of the George W. Bush presidency.
Is this movie so bad it's good? It's definitely a turkey for the last chiller theater before Thanksgiving.
David Brooks has forgotten all about when he was wrong, just like he always does: The Women's March Edition
John Waters's favorite Christmas movie, really.
Open Thread, and a Driftglass take on David Brooks a la John Steinbeck.
You can't make this up, folks. Newt Gingrich all of a sudden thinks investigating Clinton in the 90's was a mistake. Also, history is bunk.
And Joe Lieberman is what now?
Vincent Price and Gene Tierney in a gothic thriller!
Barbara Stanwyck and Kirk Douglas in a noir with a puzzle.
Sure the most inhumanly bloodless, clueless drivel imaginable routinely comes pouring out of his word-hole at the worst possible times.... but, that's his job.