Meet the field marshal of military reform and cultural conservatism.
“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.