The Divine Tragedy of Kevin Smith: Clerks III and The Praise of Banality

One of the things that makes Dante’s Divine Comedy a masterpiece is the constant sense of drive that pushing beneath it. Borrowing from the great poets of the western canon, the Florencia poet crafted one of the greatest stories of pilgrimage ever put to paper. And that story ultimately starts by mulling over the question ofContinue reading “The Divine Tragedy of Kevin Smith: Clerks III and The Praise of Banality”

On Jordan Peterson – Live at the Rymen: The Celebrity Psychologist Approaches Six Years in the Spotlight

I saw Dr. Jordan B. Peterson speak live a few weeks ago at the Rymen Auditorium in Nashville, and I’m not sure how to feel about what I saw. This was the second time I’ve seen him live. I previously saw him when he headlined the Chicago Theater in 2018, following the massive success ofContinue reading “On Jordan Peterson – Live at the Rymen: The Celebrity Psychologist Approaches Six Years in the Spotlight”

Fundraiser: Help Support the Cultural Revue!

Editor’s Note: A special thanks needs to go out to my online friends Ginger and Lou who collectively donated the first $12 to the Cultural Revue’s fundraiser! I cannot thank them enough! When I started the Cultural Revue back in October 2019, I wanted to create a space where interesting people from across the internetContinue reading “Fundraiser: Help Support the Cultural Revue!”

The Cynicism of “Unity”: A Call For Biden to Distance Himself From the Radical Left

As Joe Biden moved into the transitionary phase in preparation for taking over the White House this month, he’s sold himself as a candidate of reconciliation. His own Twitter account makes it sound like he’s the great uniter and that some vision of America has come back now that the hell of the Trump administrationContinue reading “The Cynicism of “Unity”: A Call For Biden to Distance Himself From the Radical Left”

Five Novels Every Christian Should Read

I’ve been invited by Tyler to throw some book recs on the pile. Since it’s a rare treat for me to discuss my favorite fiction picks, I thought I would take the opportunity and offer five. I could add many more, but I feel this is a good representative sampler, including one Jewish, two flavorsContinue reading “Five Novels Every Christian Should Read”