“The solution can’t be the sort of platonic idea that the masses are so moronic that we have to disempower them.”
The new book Ghosts in the Schoolyard explains why people care so much about institutions that the world has deemed “failing.”
Stars may not seem to be working, but they are—and that’s the tragedy of this new film.
Joseph’s first feature is a personal and multifaceted look at America’s broken prison system.
“When you look at a man of that stature, it makes you feel safe, protected, like he’ll take care of you,” Lora Drobetsky says.
You can now stream the band’s music on most music-streaming platforms.
Hello Kitty as both art and commerce in Christine Yano’s Pink Globalization
What the ostensibly outdated binders may say about status
Sarah Palin continues to make no sense.
How Ayn Rand’s young followers react to her less-than-consensual sex scenes.
Iggy Pop now literally a corporate puppet
Businessmen wrote the Burnham Plan, but it wasn’t the work of craven capitalists.
“Marxism is a very big idea.”
A cultural theorist says our favorite monster stories are really about the destructive effects of capitalism.
Where radical individualism infiltrates the left.