The Nazi Pug Affair: When Courts Rule On Comedy

If we are not able to unify around our belief in the freedom of speech and expression, then can we really rally behind anything at all? Continue reading The Nazi Pug Affair: When Courts Rule On Comedy

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Fire And Fury At The Grammy’s: Politics Has No Place At Award Ceremonies

Hollywood and the music industry seals its own fate, it lives up to the conspiratorial theories thrown around about the liberal elites. They seem so cut adrift from the other half of America, not solely Trump’s America, but a traditional one so disheartened by the gulf that separates them, they might as well be a separate nation. Continue reading Fire And Fury At The Grammy’s: Politics Has No Place At Award Ceremonies

The Trial of Keith Vaz: Are Our Private Lives of Public Interest?

When the media catches on to an embarrassing story of an influential celebrity or politician, be it Cliff Richard or Simon Danczuk, it seizes it with both hands and rips it into the public sphere. But this begs the question, was it ever our right to know in the first place? Continue reading The Trial of Keith Vaz: Are Our Private Lives of Public Interest?