All of us, in the end, will return to dust
The New York Times analysis of @realdonaldtrump is the journalistic equivalent of the dozens of people every year who claim to see Jesus’s face in their food
Is there no one else?
Chelsea is described in a noodly string of non-words as an ‘author, global health advocate, public speaker and philanthropist’
Social media is turning democracy into a joke
Can a candidate still compete electorally without significant online backing?
The Zimbabwean dictator dressed to kill
Today Hollywood’s undoubted creative power is spent updating and reimagining stories that are decades old
Reactions to Trump have unveiled truths far greater than any lies he has told
For almost a decade, American cinema has rolled over and had its fluffy belly tickled by grim-faced CCP censors
What will become of the Hitch?
The usual suspects are preparing their difficult questions about the Moon landing
Billionaires have, of course, run for president before, but the recent mania is a direct result of Trump’s win
A powerful totalitarian state is no longer needed to coerce human beings
Watching the Donald used to be unmissable television. What happened?
When you address a committee, you are competing for attention and influence on the internet
One side started screaming the word ‘Nazi’, the other directed cries of ‘Commie’ back at their enemies
Game of Thrones’s climax presents a problem for America’s prestige publications
He would become yet another politician who believes American greatness lies in policing the world
The service’s algorithms have shaped a generation of listeners who are defined by attention deficit disorder and a fear of complexity and difficulty
Would generations of Americans weaned on high-fructose corn syrup be able to march much further than the fridge?
Critics who only write about shallow subjects will only produce shallow writing
A college in Oklahoma has turned academia into an Atwoodian nightmare