I spread my wings and am torn and spit. Why must I struggle simply to express myself?
Shop by remote, die by the dollar.
The situation in Portland is all too reminiscent of a Tom Clancy video game: The Division.
Like me, I’m not a liberal.
An American Pickle has a dynamite premise, but it never follows through completely. B
“Writers are very despicable people.”
Notes on infrastructure and resilience.
Agnieszka Holland’s Mr. Jones is a decent historical drama about Gareth Jones' exposé of Stalin's Holodomor in the early-1930s. C+
Keith Giffen and Michael Fleisher's work on Hex in the 1980s remains stark and confrontational.
The ever abused statue of a small neighborhood in Queens dedicated to a soldier who participated in the Trail of Tears.
There’s been plenty of talk in recent years about elevating the significance of particular lives, or all lives mattering, or some combination thereof. Lives have never mattered, and they never will.
From the Cinerama Dome, to the The Crest in Westwood, to the formerly grungy New Beverly.
DNA testing makes fools of us all, doesn’t it?
Paleocon Diary (#235).
Working in retail makes even the friendliest person a misanthrope.
The search for a constitutional way to execute people has failed.
Black bears try hard to avoid humans, except when humans make edible things available.
The important thing is finding a crazy that works well for you.
In speech battles, better to get sued than regulated.
Posterity will know if we had the industry to keep a republic.
I hear God’s a mean drunk who’s always at the lunch counter.
Base vs. superstructure on the young left.
Liberals have to fight to save their party from radicals on the left.
Paleocon Diary (#234).
Interviewed by Peter Bogdanovich in the early 1970s.
For nearly an hour, Dylan sits in his backyard taking questions like it's pulling teeth.
New video by Aaron Anderson for the song from Dumb It Down, out September 17 from Post Present Medium.
The host of Cum Town was once a semi-frequent guest on this Fox News program.
Recently surfaced album from 1976 recorded in Italy by the jazz legend.
Colorized film running at 60 frames per second from an elevated train ride in Manhattan 104 years ago.
The panel has a surprisingly hard time guessing who Davis is.
2 hour interview with the late cinematographer and frequent collaborator of Martin Scorsese and Rainer Werner Fassbinder.
1972 album by the great Cameroonian musician who died earlier this year of COVID-19.
Charlotte Rampling dancing with the SS in this scene from Liliana Cavani's 1974 film.