The internet is celebrating the ousting of the Fox News host with a rich buffet of gloating and green M&Ms.
While it touches on the toxic masculinity and systematic sexism that permeates Fox News, the film does little to contextualize the industry that allowed this behavior to thrive.
Apparently the price paid for Picasso’s “Women of Algiers” (1955) on Monday is not the most obscene thing about it.
In what can only be described as a case of visual illiteracy, Christopher Knight of the Los Angeles Times is dissecting the claim by some people on the wacky right that the logo of the recent Nuclear Security Summit in Washington, DC, is coded with Islamic imagery. No, you didn’t read that wrong.