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  • 'I Am Cait' engenders genuine illumination and thought

    'I Am Cait' engenders genuine illumination and thought

    In one of my more twisted yet comforting interpretations of the universe, President Nixon flagrantly violated our Constitution so Gerald Ford could become president, bringing with him his amazing wife, Betty, who, by going public with her breast cancer and alcoholism, helped save millions of lives...

  • 'Sharknado 3' tosses all standards overboard and sinks anyway

    'Sharknado 3' tosses all standards overboard and sinks anyway

    Having now watched "Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!," which premieres Wednesday on Syfy, I find myself in the position of having to write about it. And I am not sure which is worse, really, or even how to proceed — what standards to hold it to when an utter lack of standards is its raison d'etre.

  • 'White People' explores gray areas in privilege and stereotypes

    'White People' explores gray areas in privilege and stereotypes

    In an episode of "The Middle" last season, Sue Heck (played by Eden Sher) couldn't figure out why the guide on her college tour kept steering her to the school's Native American programs. Turned out, when asked for her race, Sue had checked the wrong box.

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