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.
Maxwell Smart lives on — if only as a Google search for millennials. The first search: "How do I improve my credit?"
Forty-seven years ago today, President Gerald R. Ford shocked the country, while simultaneously compromising his own 1976 election chances, by pardoning Richard Nixon.
Today is the recognized birthday of Uncle Sam. Although the iconic bearded visage, usually pictured in a top hat, gained universal fame in World War I recruiting posters, it was nearly a century earlier that he came to life.
From the horse's mouth: The Planned Man's backstory and the reason we are here.
120 years ago today, while visiting the Minnesota State Fair, that an earlier American vice president who later became president uttered perhaps his most famous line -- even if it wasn't mentioned contemporaneously in the local press.
"Kid-friendly TV shows routinely address sex and race from a woke, LGBTQ perspective" -Christian Toto reports
Good morning, it's Friday, Aug. 27, 2021, the day of the week when I reprise quotations intended to be uplifting or educational.
Some of our greatest heroes are above us in many ways. A down-to-earth comparison may be even more inspiring.
'Woke' ideas are illogical – which doesn't matter, because they are based on emotion, not on rational thought.
As the National Hurricane Center tracks another storm system gathering strength in the Caribbean Sea, I'll again invoke the memory of a human hurricane (the good kind): Sen. Hubert Horatio Humphrey