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.
There are many strategies for growing your retirement nest egg but the most ignored may be time itself. It's on your side. The earlier you start, the more you’ll have. So start today.
In a media world where sports coverage is increasingly politicized, Barstool Sports has succeeded big time by breaking the mold. It sticks to sports.
Does "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown" make you want to fight? If you answer that question wrong, we're going to kick your ass. Because we're badder than old King Kong. And meaner than a junkyard dog.
As men, we like tools. We like owning tools, buying tools, and using tools. The good news is, your same love of tools can be applied when it comes to cleaning your house.
I want to find out how many guys get tears in their eyes every time they hear Harry Chapin’s “Cat’s In The Cradle.” Even Chapin himself had mixed feelings about it, relative to his relationship with his own son: “Frankly, this song scares me to death.”
Here are professional tips I gleaned by five years of writing for the “Los Angeles Daily News.”
Kay Hymowitz is a Planned Man’s friend. This brilliant journalist and scholar likes real Men, and is firmly on the side of doing right by them.
Actor Bill Murray has turned being a celebrity into an art-form full of pranks that deliver joy to others around him in his hometown of Charleston SC. And another local celebrity in Charleston named Bob shows how anyone can become a local celebrity.
More of us ought to be like Layng. You need to get to know him, to be like him.
If you want to win, you have to be “Relentless”—and you can learn what it takes here from the championship trainer who worked with Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, Charles Barkley and many other pro athletes.