The Myth that Studios Don’t Support Female-Led Action Movies Has to Die

There’s some discussion about whether or not Wonder Woman—one of my most-anticipated movies of the year!—is being advertised “enough.” I’ll be honest, I haven’t noticed a ton of ads for it either, so I was kind of nodding along to this piece asking why the promotional pace was a bit slow. However, The Wrap suggests that WB’s spending on Wonder Woman is currently outstripping its spending on Suicide Squad and that things won’t ramp up in full until Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol. 2‘s debut is off the board.

Our Half-Baked Culture

At any given time, a few dozen large ideas are rampaging through culture, like wild bulls through the pampas. As Max Weber saw when he tried to analyze the cultural movements that created the Modern Age, sometimes, despite their differences, the feral ideas combine into herds and all begin to run in the same direction—out of no fully intelligible necessity.

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.