Mark Wahlberg delivers the performance of his career in “Father Stu.”
Teamwork, friendship, and loyalty are functional requirements of being a man.
Taking responsibility for your screw-ups is the cost of sanctimony. Talking to you, Will Smith.
Functionalism is an eyes-wide-open approach to human pursuits. It is listening to and adapting one’s behavior to what works. Consequences matter.
For Europe’s sake, and ours, we need to wake up to history’s present requirements.
LCK is at core an underdog, a basically good man struggling through life’s challenges—and in the process of that struggle finding and serving up laughter.
Has pharmacology worked to change the evolutionary direction of humankind? It appears to change the way women select mates.
It’s time for them to get back to their roots and stand up in defense of dissent!
“Don’t Tell Me How to Live” is a hillbilly elegy deserving of a Nobel Peace Prize.
This is the best family movie I have ever seen. What “Braveheart” is to freedom, “King Richard” is to fatherhood.
We are not creating the citizens we need to rise to challenges, but a generation of illiterates.