If Miguel de Cervantes were around today ... [h]e wouldn’t care ... if his "Quixote" was nominated for the best popular film Oscar.
The president of the United States ... is not only obviously a child, but just like an ordinary person ... seeks solace and inspiration in the stories of the silver screen.
This might be just the start of a culture change with such well-entrenched abusive male behavior on its way out.
Women have put an end to the silence ... protested against being used, mistreated and humiliated ... protested against unequal salaries and rights. They have stood up for their own dignity.
I've seen him, before my eyes, levitate toward heaven, hoisted by several columnists and commentators.
[T]he cocky attitude regarding those who do not think like us explains why good causes do not persuade those who need them the most.
<i>The discussion around the Hollywood Oscars is a sign: In the name of "diversity," we are reducing individuals to groups of resentment and making these groups incompatible with each other.</i>
We are in Hollywood and pop culture awards season: the Grammys, the Golden Globes, the Academy Awards, etc. Lists of [Read more]