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The Greatest Conservative Films: Jackie Brown (1997)

Posted: May 22, 2017 at 9:55 am   /   Entertainment, Features, Liberty Shop, Politics, Specials, Top Stories

“Is White Guilt supposed to make me forget that I’m running a business…?”   I’ve already given, in the intro to my article on Inglourious, my general defense of Quentin Tarantino—perhaps the greatest filmmaker working today.  Certainly the most innovative without being pretentious about it.  Now, we turn to Jackie Brown—the film where he first […]

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The Culture Current: The Campaign To Save “Last Man Standing”

Posted: May 19, 2017 at 10:44 am   /   Business, Entertainment, Features, Politics, Specials, Top Stories

By now, this story’s been all over Conservative media.  To be perfectly honest, I was sort of waiting for ABC to give a reason for this—for why they cancelled their second-highest-rated show, the Tim Allen star vehicle, Last Man Standing. After all, maybe there was a financial reason.  Maybe it wasn’t economically viable to keep […]

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The Greatest Conservative Films: The Dark Knight Rises (2012)

Posted: May 17, 2017 at 3:40 pm   /   Entertainment, Features, Liberty Shop, Politics, Specials, Top Stories

“Let’s not stand on ceremony here…Mr. Wayne.”   When Andrew Klavan wrote his groundbreaking review for The Dark Knight, it was met with a lot of mockery.  “Come on.  Batman and Bush?  Really?”  But when Christopher Nolan brought out this follow-up…suddenly those Leftists weren’t laughing so much.  Much as they still struggled to deny it […]

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King Arthur as Envisioned by Frank Frazetta and set in Middle Earth

Posted: May 17, 2017 at 11:00 am   /   Entertainment, Features, Politics

King Arthur: Legend of the Sword Movie buffs, this fantasy movie channels Game of Thrones more than either the literary “Arthur” or to the murky history of an actual King Arthur. In King Arthur: Legend of the Sword we get few familiar names here and there and nods to mythic figures.  The Lady of the Lake and […]

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The Culture Current: Professional Feminists Attack…Wonder Woman?!?

Posted: May 10, 2017 at 1:14 am   /   Entertainment, Features, Politics, Specials, Top Stories

There was a time when feminists hailed Wonder Woman as an icon of women’s empowerment. I know, I know—“Eric, what are you talking about?  Of course she’s a feminist icon!  She’s Superman’s equal, in so many ways—and in some cases, she’s arguably superior!  She hails from a culture of women, and therefore clearly doesn’t ‘need’ […]

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Empowering the State is Not the Solution to Racism

Posted: May 9, 2017 at 8:36 pm   /   Entertainment, Features, Top Stories

A fan at Boston’s Fenway Park was recently ejected for using a racial slur directed at the Kenyan-born singer of the National Anthem before the game. This incident comes in the aftermath of Baltimore Orioles’ center fielder Adam Jones (who is black) claiming he was the recipient of racist taunts following a game in Boston. […]

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Andy McKinney meets the Guardians of the Galaxy/ Used with permission from Chase Beaugureau, photographer

‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ Back With a Bang

Posted: May 9, 2017 at 1:00 pm   /   Entertainment, Features, Politics, Top Stories

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Great, grand wonderful movie; one that I remarked on while leaving the darkened theater, “This is the best movie ever made.” Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 might not actually be the best movie ever made but my goodness, we had fun watching it. It even has a flaw […]

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Movie Review: Guardians Of The Galaxy, vol. 2

Posted: May 8, 2017 at 5:52 am   /   Entertainment, Features, Liberty Shop, Politics, Specials, Top Stories

When the first Guardians Of The Galaxy came out back in 2014, it took everyone by surprise, how successful it was.  I’m sure even Kevin Feige, Supreme Overlord of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, didn’t anticipate just what a phenomenon it would be.  At any rate, it made an instant superstar out of Chris Pratt, and […]

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The Greatest Conservative Films: The Dark Knight (2008)

Posted: May 5, 2017 at 12:53 pm   /   Entertainment, Features, Liberty Shop, Politics, Specials, Top Stories

“Perhaps both Bruce and Mr. Dent believe that Batman stands for something more important than the whims of a terrorist, Miss Dawes.  Even if everyone hates him for it.  That’s the sacrifice he’s making.  He’s not being a hero.  He’s being something more.”   WHY IT’S A CONSERVATIVE FILM: You knew this film would be […]

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