The delicacy of Black Panther‘s social justice warriorism clashes with its sporadic sense of fun, suctioning the conflict of any sense of good versus evil.
The head of NASA convinces the President that space exploration should be done by private industry, and the United States government declares, “The first person to land on Mars, live there a year, and return alive owns the whole Red Planet.”
Black Panther mixes nationalism, genetics and collectivism to address, question and challenge ideas without dealing with them.
With a variety of complicated characters in a tight but intricate plot with serious themes, thrilling action and a streak of subversive heroism, Stagecoach bundles and integrates ideas with mythology and old-fashioned storytelling.
“Happy Christmas to all, and to all a good-night.”
Feds to Crack Down on Santa Claus
The world is mine to win.
It is important to choose work that you enjoy.
What trials unite Katniss Everdeen, Harry Potter, Frodo Baggins and many of literature’s most interesting heroes — and you?
I am the master of my fate,
I am the captain of my soul.
Robert Mayhew, a philosophy professor at Seton Hall University, is the author of Aristotles Criticism of Platos Republic, The Female in Aristotles Biology, and Ayn Rand and Song of Russia, and the editor of Ayn Rands Marginalia, Ayn Rands The Art of Nonfiction, Essays...
A excerpt from Chapter 1 of Andrew Bernstein’s novel: A Dearth of Eagles
History teacher Alexander Marriott examines facts and fiction about slave rebel Nat Turner in this exclusive interview by Scott Holleran about Nate Parker’s 2016 film, The Birth of a Nation.
When we two parted
In silence and tears,
To sever for years…