Liberals Keep Attacking Kids with Cancer for Some Reason

Liberal politicians and activists have a concerning pattern of attacking kids with cancer when they try to mock Republicans. This disturbing trend can be traced all the way back to the 2013 government shutdown. During the shutdown, then-Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D., Nev.) was asked why Senate Democrats would not want to fund the National Institutes of …

Is Asian Salad a Microaggression?

To be fair, Bonnie Tsui is not outraged. But she’s annoyed. It bothers her when she sees Oriental Chicken Salad on the Applebee’s menu.

Summer Blockbuster Preview (New Substandard!)

In the latest Substandard, JVL, Vic, and I discussed the upcoming summer blockbuster season—most-anticipated, least-anticipated, that sort of thing. I only named four movies in the podcast, so I figured I’d do a slightly longer, more chronologically oriented thing here. Lots of trailers after the podcast!

What ‘Shattered’ Misses About Catholic Antipathy to Hillary

I enjoyed Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes’ Shattered: Inside Hillary Clinton’s Doomed Campaign fine; as far as quickie campaign books go, it’s perfectly acceptable. There’s nothing particularly groundbreaking in it, no huge reveal, but it’s nice to have a straightforward, real-time narrative of what was going wrong inside Hillary Clinton’s vaunted electoral apparatus.