“American Sniper” could never have dodged the contentious politics of the war or the troubled hero it portrays.
“Copperhead” dramatizes the ’60s antiwar movement—1860s, that is.
A new study on conservative activism at universities is confused but not a hack job.
Will Republicans embrace intellectual property reform?
A conservative blueprint for intellectual-property reform
Does American film and TV celebrate freedom, or mistrust it?
The rational self-interest in turning the conservative movement into a cash cow
An improbable sequel gets a boost from the movement right.
Can musical regionalism be revived?
What lies beneath Washington’s newest think tank headquarters?
What could the scorched-earth foreign policy of Rand’s disciples mean for the Cato Institute?
Obama helped make former Rep. Artur Davis a Republican
A new documentary captures a billionaire family’s recessionary fall from “grace.”
A schismatic monastery sues an Orthodox archbishop over copyrighted religious texts
Cable networks perfect their partisan slant—and that means war.
To liberal documentarians, Armageddon is one central planning scheme away.