Maher said one can be "pro-Dave" and not anti-trans, citing a phenomenon he calls the "One True Opinion."
Tim Ferriss is the 60-minute man — times four, but we're still waiting for the 'four-hour quickie.'
Bill Maher delves into what “higher education” in America really is and why there should not be student loan debt forgiveness:
Even though he died of an overdose in 1966 at 39, Lenny Bruce's impact on comedy and free speech was profound; even if you find him crude or worse, you have to admire his testicularity.
Romantic comedies are generally designed for female viewers, which is why too many men dismiss them. But don’t sleep on Moonstruck, a great film that serves up life secrets about life, love and sex and family with its genius.
When your fence crumbles, everything else comes down, too.
Van Morrison's version of 'woke' is his awakening to the conclusion that for the West, the sun has set.
Remember when the biggest stars of primetime TV were cars, such as the Dukes of Hazzards' General Lee to Scooby-Doo's Mystery Machine, the Monkees' Pontiac GTO “Monkeemobile,” the A-Team’s GMC van and the 1982 Firebird Trans Am from Knight Rider, that could also talk?
While "civil rights" may seem like a uniquely American concept dating back to the end of the Civil War, the history of "civil rights" actually begins with Homer. (Not Simpson. That other one.)
"For a few years, I ran wild...hijacking trucks, obviously.' Obviously, yet the FBI couldn't believe their criminal mastermind was just a kid from Flushing, Queens.
If you ever wake up in the morning and wonder about the meaning of life, Willie Nelson’s “On The Road Again” just might be the fix you need.
Somebody wants to hear your thoughts on strip clubs. Not all your thoughts, just a few. To get you started, here are some excerpts from a crazy project started by journalist Susannah Breslin.
What can two great Petes: Pete Townshend and William Peter Blatty, the author of The Exorcist, teach you about "betting your life"?
Unsure about a vasectomy? If so, watch “The Vasectomist,” which follows Florida urologist Doug Stein, M.D., around the world on his quest to “save the planet one vasectomy at a time.” Dr. Stein has performed more than 45,000 vasectomies in his career.