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
The shrill tone of online debate makes 2008 seem like a century ago
Vladimir Putin understands how most culture is lowbrow and inauthentic
Won’t somebody please think of the children!
It is a morbid sign for a democracy when the electorate chooses superheroes to do its bidding, rather than politicians
The company is now just another dreary enforcer of online norms
His new job at H&M is hypocrisy on steroids
Digital media downsizing has as much to do with ideology as economic pressures
More than snobby Washington ever will
Self-care can’t heal the nation, but cigarettes might
Decades after Dallas, the Dems keep drinking from the poisoned Kennedy chalice
The kind of old-fashioned humanism espoused by Harper Lee is being left behind and replaced with radical, uncompromising demands
Isn’t there a sinister side to an army of 17,000 citizen activists looking for damaging intel on Republicans?
The celebrated writer made social activism a lot less dangerous to the ruling class
The Facebook CEO is enthralled by the power ancient tyrants wielded
The entrepreneur only seems like an oddball because culture is so homogenised