Author Archives: David Franke
And what if he wins the popular vote but loses the Electoral College?
A before and after look at the second debate—and the latest campaign controversy.
Whom do they remind you of, at least vaguely?
Even tiny Denmark suffered significant losses in America’s War on Terror. A new film tells their story.
Carson and Kasich are nice, Rubio and Cruz are slick, and Trump has no substance.
“The Age of Adaline” puts a human face on immortality, and captures the joy of finding someone with whom one can grow old.
Evaluating Clint Eastwood’s libertarian motivations—and considering what could come next from Hollywood’s loner director.
M. Stanton Evans founded the conservative movement with vast ambitions—and the fists to back them up.
Gay lycanthropes make an odd couple worth watching, while stock horror done well is still just déjà vu.
A friendly agnostic finds the Christian blockbuster compelling and intellectually invigorating.
The People’s Republic confronts capitalism’s dark side in this banned new film.
“White House Down” A Hollywood-White House-Democratic Party Production Starring Barack H. Obama …
The surprising themes of a film about an Arkansas fugitive
This has been a sad time for me, considering how important a …
The world as revealed to me last week: Bloodlands: Europe Between Hitler …
A Generation Awakes: Young Americans for Freedom and the Creation of the …
When the Left looks at anti-government protests, it sees hate and hears …
Does the Texas congressman’s victory at this year’s conservative convocation signal changing …
I am a curious choice to comment on a manifesto entitled “The …
from The American Conservative