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Everything Emmys

The Emmys were held September 12, 2022. This writer has compiled all the deets for you right here: Ted Lasso won for Outstanding Comedy Series, beating Barry (which is not really a comedy) and Abbott Elementary (justice has not been served).Jason Sudekis also won Outstanding

Paddington 2

Paddington 2 stood alone with a 100% on Rotten Tomatoes for 4 years before one lone negative review by a sad, sad person took it off its mantle. Wes Anderson looks over at Paddington 2’s test and copies its aesthetic. The Marvel Cinematic Universe stands

Better Call Saul: The Interpersonal

If you haven’t seen the entirety of Better Call Saul yet, there will be spoilers. I would recommend you take a week off and binge the whole thing. It’s more than a prequel centered around the comic relief of its predecessor, Breaking Bad. In many


“I pretty much played this tune every single time so the amount of times she must have not been enjoying it, when I thought the complete opposite is annoying but also embarrassing in ways.” – u/TylerLife  Last week, a Reddit post detailing how a man

Thumpasaurus- “Live at the Echo” Review

Thumpasaurus has been making a name for themselves recently when “Struttin’” went viral on Tiktok. Their bold, almost violent, upbeat, funky tunes have captivated a good amount of the algorithm. Their most captivating album, Live at The Echo, is a hour and a half long

A Guide to Tracking the Alt-Right

Part I: Discovery  Some weeks ago, up at our northern border, a militia of Canadian truckers formed a blockade on the interstate in response to the Prime Minister’s declaration that international travel must require passports. This drew international attention, and as well as being disappointed

An Argument Against the Electoral College

The Constitution of the United States remains one of the most influential documents ever written, reinventing democracy and paving the way for a more just and holy union. This text would be ineffectual and without cause, if it were not for its preamble: We hold

A Critique of Leftist Rhetoric: Part 3

“Here’s the deal: No matter how you look at the map, the only way Democrats can hold power is to build on their coalition, and that will have to include more rural white voters from across the country. Democrats are never going to win a

A Critique of Leftist Rhetoric: Part 2

There is a certain moral weight to COVID-19. As was seen most clearly in the presidential election of 2020, COVID, and specifically its vaccine, was completely politicized. I do not mean this in an abstract, personal anecdote-based sense, but as a distinct party line drawn