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Restless Insurrectionist Syndrome Strikes in the 2016 Presidential Election

A year ago, few Americans would have predicted that Bernie Sanders, a self-proclaimed Democratic Socialist, would be leading a formidable insurrectionist challenge to Hillary Clinton in the Democratic Presidential Primary, or that real estate magnate Donald Trump would be leading in the polls in the Republican Primary. Show More Summary

I Will Not Settle For an Ordinary Life

I will not settle for an extraordinary life. No, I want something much more than that. I want to suck the marrow out of life and drink from the wine filled nipples of Bacchus. And, while drunk on life, I want to discover my purpose in living. Show More Summary

Irrational Man: Film By Woody Allen

I can't remember which documentary it was in which Woody Allen stated that he didn't think of himself as "an intellectual" a statement that's patently specious especially if one listens closely to most any of the dialogue in Annie Hall, but that's Woody Allen. Show More Summary

The GOP Scrum

Thursday's Republican debates among the large field of announced presidential contenders promises to be the summer's premier political event. And much of the focus is already on Donald Trump, the party's unlikely front-runner, who has surged ahead of his competitors in the polls and will be at the center of the debate stage. Show More Summary

Trump Card?

Much to the delight of political pundits, Democrats, and roughly one in five Republican voters, Donald Trump has taken the Presidential election season by storm, peddling his version of the "Straight Talk Express" from the Mexico border to the moneyed lobbies of his myriad properties and golf courses. Show More Summary

Hamptons Journal: Michael Shannon Stars in 99 Homes / Chess in the Schools

Last week, at a special screening at Guild Hall, Michael Shannon spoke about his work on 99 Homes, a feature directed by Ramin Bahrani about the housing crash, specifically dramatizing the horror to families as their homes are reclaimed by those from whom they were offered home loans in the housing boom. Show More Summary

We Have to Make Things Easier

Caitlyn Jenner and friends visit HRC. From HRC: Alison Gill, Jay Brown, Laya Monarez, Angelica Ross, Blossom C. Brown; Caitlyn's friends: Jenny Boylan, Chandi Moore, Jen Richards, Candis Cayne This article is part of an on-going original...Show More Summary

With One Post, Beyoncé Could Stop Anti-Gay Discrimination in Her Hometown

Houston is on the verge of legalizing discrimination against gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people. With a single Instagram post, Beyoncé could help make sure her hometown doesn't repeal protections for LGBT Houstonians this November. Show More Summary

Get ready for Lord Dominator, Wander Over Yonder's new extreme bad guy who happens to be a gal

It was Rudyard Kipling who said it best (in rhyming couplets, no less): "The female of the species is more deadly than the male." And if you want animated proof of this proposition, then I suggest that you tune in to Wander Over Yonder tonight. Show More Summary

When Republicans Nominate a Billionaire, Only Bernie Sanders Will Save Democrats

According to The Wall Street Journal, a New York billionaire is leading GOP candidates for his party's nomination. Should we take this poll seriously? Or, should we as a nation view a real estate tycoon known for xenophobic and nativist...Show More Summary

What Happened After I Watched Brokeback Mountain With My Straight Father

In honor of the 10th anniversary of the movie Brokeback Mountain, I share this story of how the film changed my life as a young gay man. The room was stifling. Even with every fan going, the air just crawled from one humid pocket of the house's atmosphere to the other, losing none of its oppressive, southern Mississippi moisture. Show More Summary

The Magic of BOSCO

(Credit: Jamal Otolorin) After her stellar performance in Los Angeles for IHEARTCOMIX's Check Yo Ponytail, I was able to catch up with the new music sensation BOSCO for a quick interview. She recently released her debut EP, "BOY," from Fool's Gold Records. Show More Summary

MOSS -- Ep.1

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Emotions on the Big Screen

When I decided to indulge in Pixar's latest production Inside Out, I suddenly became uncomfortable about watching an animated movie at my age and on my own. My young nieces being far away, I asked a friend with kids if I could borrow her children and go watch it with them. Show More Summary

AMANZA -- Prologue

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The Guide to Appropriate Bachelorette-ing

Well, folks, this season of The Bachelorette has wrapped. And as all couples before them, Kaitlyn and Shawn are super excited to go and get coffee in public. No more hiding out in cabins in the woods like serial killers while the show...Show More Summary

Trump 2016: Deconstructing Donny; or The Rhetoric of Nonsense, Part II

de•con•struc•tion/?d?k?n?str?kSH?n/noun a method of critical analysis of philosophical and literary language that emphasizes the internal workings of language and conceptual systems, the relational quality of meaning, and the assumptions implicit in forms of expression. Show More Summary

A Failure of Capitalism: Trump, Trucks and Voter Rage

Recently, Senator Robert Casey (D-PA) held a conference call stating his opposition to a senate bill that, for all practical purposes, allows the Federal Government to impose transportation company mandates on all states. The New York...Show More Summary

INTERVIEW: Dr. Philip Zimbardo and Director Kyle Patrick Alvarez on The Stanford Prison Experiment

When it comes to research into human behavior in groups, one of the most notable, foundational studies is the 1971 Stanford Prison Experiment. Conducted by Dr. Philip Zimbardo, a psychology professor at Stanford University, the experiment...Show More Summary

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