Nick Gillespie warns against self-congratulation, by comedians or anyone else: Most art is virtue signaling, and comedy is no different.
On the unexpected similarities between comedy and running for public office.
Comedians need to challenge their audiences, too; if they don't, they're not doing their jobs.
Jeremy McLellan explains why we'll always have comedy, and why it will always make people uncomfortable.
Comedy often persuades. How does it do that? Why does it do that? Should it?