The asks “can the future of the comedy be found in socialism?” I would say no, but you probably want more than a one word answer, so allow me to explain.

Per the article, it is not just the emergence of co-op improv clubs, but also the…


A return to the Iran Deal is probable, the question was always more of a matter of when. That became more clear this week as the U.S. …


What is the point of civics education? This is the question at the heart of debates on whether or not Critical Race Theory should be banned from public schools.

For those in favor of bans, the point is to teach the current generation how to be good citizens. This includes…


Recently I got into a Twitter argument, and by argument I don’t mean a food fight but rather an actual point, counterpoint, with a pastor on Twitter about The Babylon Bee and the role of satire in Christian life.

Here is the original tweet:

Pastor Carter eventually got enough…


Those who condemned House Republicans for sacking Liz Cheney from her position as conference chair know they are in the minority of the party, but like to portray themselves as truth-tellers. …


The annoying thing about the past is that whatever horrible thing happened in the past happened and there is nothing you can do about. Nothing that is, except to move on and try to be better so it does not happen again. …


Senate Republicans, including Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, have written to Education Secretary Miguel Cardona asking him to remove the 1619 Project from federal grant programs.

Why? Well, according to proponents of the 1619 Project, it is because critics benefit from a lack of historical awareness:

This is, to be…


C.S. Lewis was not one to appreciate the common understanding of children’s literature. He once wrote, “When I was ten I read fairy tales in secret and would have been ashamed if I had been found doing so. Now that I am fifty I read them openly. …


California Congresswoman Maxine Waters has gotten herself into trouble again. This time Waters was commenting on the Derrick Chauvin murder trial where she said that if the jury finds him not guilty, then protesters need to “get more confrontational.” …


Over at the Nate Cohn has a sobering piece where he argues that political sectarianism is an increasing danger to American democracy. Political sectarianism is not just that Republicans and Democrats are increasingly more ideologically polarized, but that they increasingly hate each other and view each other…

Alex Christy

Writing about politics and other interesting things. Contributing Writer to NewsBusters. Member of YAF’s National Journalism Center’s Spring 2019 class.

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