Let's stop pretending: Presidential campaign rhetoric aside, motherhood is not necessarily the toughest job.
The HBO show is being touted as a watershed in its refusal to objectify women. But what's arguably more important is its refusal to romanticize youth.
When dissent is just a click away, Indignation Fatigue follows quickly.
Can journalistic truth ever have the same power as theatrical truth? The answer, it seems, is yes.
Tommy Jordan tried some tough-love parenting by shooting his daughter Hannah's computer. Did he succeed in shaming her? Probably not.
His opponents should respect the difference between private life and public policy for this obvious reason: He himself does not.