When the Truth Takes a Back Seat

Perverse incentives are warping the profession of journalism.

Having Coffee with Dr. Freud

A Day at the Freud Museum.

‘A Bear Did Cocaine!’

A review of ‘Cocaine Bear.’

‘You,’ Not Everyone

The success of season four will ultimately depend on if it can lean into its strengths and away from a ham handed, surface-level social critique.

Bartlett’s Familiar-to-Liberals Quotations

A new edition has a decided ideological bent.

The Other Legacy of Watergate: Nicknames

The Plumbers are about to get their own show. But there was also Le Grand Fromage and the German Shepherds.

Apocalypse Now

Is catastrophism harder on liberal teens than conservative ones?

Lead Us Not Into Temptation

Emotionalism can lead believers away from faithful living, rather than toward it.

War Fever

On the rise of ‘the Ukraine war is fake’ conspiracy theorists.

Who Are These ‘Cultural Christians’?

Christian sensibility, but without the belief, is very little more than niceness inflated to the point of metaphysical comedy.

The Cabin Problem

A review of ‘Knock at the Cabin.’

The Twits

Bowdlerizing Roald Dahl for fun and profit.

Debunking the ‘True History’ Canard

Progressive activists are making disingenuous arguments about K-12 history education.

Quantumanic Episode

A review of ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.’

Sisyphus With a Stethoscope

Tracy Kidder tells the story of a doctor’s practice serving the homeless of Boston.

Fox News Hates Its Viewers

Maybe it should.