Today’s spotlighted article is Steve Sailer’s look at the politics of Hollywood — and why Tinseltown is not quite as leftist as the proclivities of its actors and directors might lead you to believe.

Also newly online, in memory of Tony Judt, who died last Friday, is our review of the book widely considered Judt’s masterpiece, Postwar: A History of Europe Since 1945.

Coming later this week: Pat Buchanan on the California gay marriage decision, Jim Antle on immigration restrictionists as cheap dates, and David Brown’s review of Hope in a Scattering Time: A Life of Christopher Lasch, among many other fine pieces.

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