Monthly Archives: July 2014

Freud and Kanye West haunt the Sunday Review

An article in the New York Times Sunday Review hails an enlightening discovery about why we are so attached to our phones, or more broadly why we try to keep ourselves busy. It’s because we don’t like to be alone with our own … Continue reading

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The Family-Friendly Gay Agenda in “Frozen”

If you’ve ever been to a neighborhood-wide July 4th celebration, like I did this summer, and seen a group of rambunctious six year old boys stop rough-housing on top of a pile of sand and sing “Let It Go” in … Continue reading

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