Damian Reilly

Art

Harry and Meghan’s podcast of political correctness

Perhaps there is a demographic that finds this kind of thing not only edifying, but enlightening

By Damian Reilly

We need to talk about Prince Harry

He’s started to resemble a captured dignitary forced to spout horrifying woke propaganda

By Damian Reilly

Internet

Our collective nervous breakdown

When did guilt become so comforting?

By Damian Reilly

Internet

Memes, marvelous memes

Where would we be without this guy?

By Damian Reilly

Anthony Joshua and the brutality of Saudi Arabia

It seems almost laughable now to hope seriously for sport to allow questions of morality to inform decisions about how best to make money

By Damian Reilly

The sorry decline of Conor McGregor

How the Irishman became fighting’s biggest cliché

By Damian Reilly

Science & Tech

The nightmare after crypto

‘Cryptocurrencies are scams and anybody who puts any money into one and loses the lot only has themselves to blame’

By Damian Reilly

Internet

When did Donald Trump’s tweets become so boring?

It feels like he’s tweeting by numbers

By Damian Reilly

Science & Tech

Why must we see Jeff Bezos’s penis?

We’re unendingly fascinated by leaked intimate images of nude celebrities

By Damian Reilly

Internet

Masculinity isn’t toxic – corporate moralizing is

Gillette, we thought you were on our side

By Damian Reilly

The G20: a reminder why we should never take our world leaders seriously

It’s a show they put on for the little people

By Damian Reilly

Internet

The Twitter dominance of Piers Morgan

How the British presenter reigns supreme online

By Damian Reilly

Art

The woke go broke

What’s the connection between shrinking profits and being vocally progressive?

By Damian Reilly

Art

Kanye West is the gift that keeps giving

Every time you think you understand him, he does something incomprehensible

By Damian Reilly

Middle East

The humiliation of Mohammed bin Salman

Angering all of the West’s most powerful investors at once is an unmitigated disaster for the House of Saud

By Damian Reilly

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