By Kyle | April 19, 2017
That’s the case I’ll be making in my latest column for NRO.
By Kyle | April 14, 2017
I started at National Review on Monday, April 10, and spent the entire day getting hooked up with software systems. Then I leaped into action with….
a look at liberal fascism in Dave Eggers’ novel “The Circle,” the movie version of which stars Tom Hanks and Emma Watson and is coming in two weeks…..
an appreciation of Paul McCartney’s great 1989 album, “Flowers in the Dirt” on the occasion of its reissue….
a review of “The Lost City of Z,” a weird attempt to graft multicultural sensitivity concerns onto cannibalism…
an explanation why Netflix’s “The Crown” is a glorious defense of Burkina conservatism,
By Kyle | November 22, 2015
In my Sunday column, a look at how Stephen Colbert has alienated half the audience by being a partisan shill.
By Kyle | October 8, 2015
Another chapter in the pornification of everything: the venerable game show “Family Feud.” A column.
By Kyle | May 20, 2015
His departure is 15 years too late. More in a column.
By Kyle | April 20, 2015
Cross-posting from Facebook my reaction the comments. Read the rest of this entry »
By Kyle | April 17, 2015
Considering what she was up against, maybe her tirade was justified. Maybe not. But what does her losing her temper on her own time have to do with her ESPN job? New column.
By Kyle | March 23, 2015
In defense of a new Tina Fey series that was rejected by NBC but took its politically incorrect humor to Netflix. More in my Sunday column.
By Kyle | February 5, 2015
In the Post, I write about my TV anxiety: I’m behind on all the shows I watch. Help. More here.
By Kyle | October 16, 2014
Brett Favre, Charles Barkley, Shannen Doherty….who’d I leave out? More in my new listicle.