Film Review: Reversing Roe

During the trials and tribulations of the Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court nomination process, after which he was confirmed and sworn in as the newest justice despite multiple allegations of sexual abuse and misconduct dating back... Read More

Film Review: The Oath

The fictionalized America of Ike Barinholtz’s film The Oath could have been characterized as dystopian if it had premiered two years ago, but in 2018 the setting and story feel as if they could be... Read More

Voters Ready for Nonreligious Candidates

There’s always been an assumption in American politics that a candidate will lose votes if they admit to being an atheist, or even simply by not being openly religious. Now there’s some concrete proof that... Read More

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