One of my early childhood memories is watching the movie Superman II on television. One scene in particular left an indelible impression.
The film’s villains, three Kryptonians named Zod, Ursa, and Non, terrorize a rural town. A boy rides off …READ MORE
It is easy to dismiss adult toy-buying as a craze of little significance. But the appearance of the “kidult” is troubling from several perspectives, for it speaks of the state of a decadent culture that embraces childish and immature things.
“It’s tough to be alive now. I think societal collapse is in the air, it smells like it, and without being pretentious, I hope that’s why these movies matter because that’s the role of the artist is to shine a …READ MORE
The last week of summer found me on Minnesota’s North Shore, enjoying the waves of Lake Superior, and the woods and rocky cliffs that surround the world’s largest body of fresh water.
But these natural beauties weren’t the only thing …READ MORE
In the last few years, the “Defund the Police” cry has reverberated through many of our cities. The police are not serving our communities, we’re told, and they’re wasting taxpayer money on ineffective services and driving racism. “It’s time to …READ MORE
In 1987, a beaming New York Giants quarterback was the first person publicly asked what soon became a well-known question: “Phil Simms, you’ve just won the Super Bowl! What are you doing next?”
“I’m gonna go to Disney World!” Simms …READ MORE