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The Ironic Controversies Plaguing Cyberpunk 2077

In one wildly botched game rollout CD Projekt Red has managed to not only undermine their own espoused values but the central message of Cyberpunk 2077 itself.

In Defense of Christopher Nolan's Rebuke of Warner Bros. Streaming Decision

If streaming becomes the new default format for watching movies, it’ll add yet another layer of "technoference" to our lives that we really don’t need.

Ben Shapiro Wants You to Know He Isn't Happy About 'Happiest Season'

Shapiro’s suggestion that the mere existence of this film is an affront to religious audiences echoes the logic occasionally employed by far-left activists to justify spurious accusations of cultural appropriation.

Jordan Peterson's Book Should Not Be "Canceled", Nor Should the Staffers Who Object to Its Publication

If you believe in the publishing industry as a conduit for the free exchange of ideas, you should applaud Penguin Random House Canada, not just for its decision to move forward with the publication of Jordan Peterson’s book, but also for respecting its staff members’ right to criticize that decision.

In Critique of Maria Taylor, Jason Whitlock Misses the Forest for the Trees

The sports media industry has for years been handing out cushy gigs to legacy hires and former professional athletes who had much less experience in broadcasting than Taylor did when she took over Countdown .

Disney’s ‘Mulan’ Faces New Backlash for Filming in Xinjiang

The film's credits thanked the region's propaganda departments as well as the security bureau of Turpan.

"Brooklyn Nine-Nine” Actress Questions Why Her Latina Character is White in Quebec Remake

Quebec, a province that is nearly 90% white, has a very different racial makeup than Brooklyn.

The NYT Picks A Fight With the Word 'Simp'

Unpacking the mainstream media's latest foray into an internet culture they fundamentally don't understand.

Sen. Hawley's Motives May Be Political, But He's Not Wrong About the NBA and China

As objectionable as the GOP’s perceived insincerity may be, they’re not wrong about the disturbing implications of the NBA’s intimate relationship with China.

In Defense of the Harper's Letter on Freedom of Expression

The letter has received attacks ranging from guilt by association to protection of privilege, but many critics are missing the point.

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