John Cho gives a surprisingly powerful performance in this innovative social media inspired psychological thriller.
Introducing Wannabe Moralist’s ‘Top 10 Comedy Lists.’ We would be less tolerant of this boisterous fellow if he hadn’t curated the following funny clips.
Eighteen years after the Columbine massacre and every other terrible tragedy up to the 17 preventable deaths in Parkland, it looks like many Americans are ready to listen instead of just talking.
Students who’d won spots in Harvard’s entering freshman class saw their admissions revoked for dumb, offensive online social media posts. Right or wrong?
Video works by osmosis. Reading, on the other hand, requires an active participant. If we don’t read, will we become passive?
The beauty of private social media platforms is they are run by the market, not the government. They don’t fall under the First Amendment.
The best thing about Twitter is that it demands compression and concision. No rambling on for 2800 words as on Facebook. Sometimes it brings out … wit.
Nothing short of an East German-style totalitarian state will silence popular rage at the catastrophe that European elites have inflicted on their people.
“Okay, That’s Enough” is tired of Hollywood’s anti-Trump rheotoric. Awards shows are simply not the time or place for such messages.