Kanye v. Cancel Culture

Hey guys, Just published an article on Kanye West in City Journal---the official publication of the Manhattan Institute. Before you check out my piece, here are links to some of my favorite recent reads in the City Journal that are incredibly insightful (highly recommend you check out the first one):   https://www.city-journal.org/html/myth-criminal-justice-racism-10231.html https://www.city-journal.org/how-to-be-an-antiracist https://www.city-journal.org/html/misreading-minimum-wage-and-race-16127.html  ... Continue Reading →

Speculating themes in Earl Sweatshirt’s new record releasing tonight: Title, Expressionism, Track-list, Album Cover

Earl Sweatshirt just announced a musical Halloween surprise: a new album dropping tonight. As I tweeted out earlier today, after listening and paying close attention to Earl Sweatshirt's past work, Earl always reminds me of the following: https://twitter.com/Ravarora1/status/1190004417321259008 His last record Some Rap Songs was an emotive and jarring portrayal of his struggles with mental health, familial... Continue Reading →

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Eric Linus Kaplan

I'm a writer for Warner Bros. Television. Currently writing for Young Sheldon. I'm known for "The Big Bang Theory", Futurama, Flight of the Conchords, and Malcom in the Middle. I published a book of philosophy called "Does Santa Exist: A Philosophical Investigation".  I am investigating comedy and philosophy, and sometimes doing some comedy, and some fantasy.

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