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Culture War Vol. 2: How to Drive Leftist Scolds Crazy
4 months ago

Culture War Vol. 2: How to Drive Leftist Scolds Crazy

In Part One of this series, I brought up a question few are asking: what are the victory conditions of the Culture War?

The monopolistic control over mass media that …
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Culture War Vol. 1: Conservatives’ Modest Goals, Defined
4 months ago

Culture War Vol. 1: Conservatives’ Modest Goals, Defined

What are the victory conditions for the Culture War? What would winning even look like for conservatives?

Everybody wants to fight it (or, let’s face it, look like they’re fighting …
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This Busy Wife and Mother Has a Story to Tell You
4 months ago

This Busy Wife and Mother Has a Story to Tell You

How much time do you spend reading? Binging Netflix? Hallmark holiday movie marathon, anyone?

Even if you are stupid, crazy, insanely busy like I am, I bet it’s a lot.


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One Unforgettable Road Trip Sparks ‘Cancer Rebellion’
5 months ago

One Unforgettable Road Trip Sparks ‘Cancer Rebellion’

I was fifteen years old. Just got my driver’s permit. Just asked a girl on a date. Just discovered The Clash. Just diagnosed with Leukemia.

Needless to say it was …
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HiT Fiction: This ‘Pitch’ Hits Too Close to Reality
6 months ago

HiT Fiction: This ‘Pitch’ Hits Too Close to Reality

“You’ve got five minutes to wow me,” Ms. Biedermeyer said, leaning forward with her elbows on the glass table and her fingers steepled in front of her mouth. “Shoot.”

Trying …
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Meet the Unknown Scribe Behind Three Cult Classics
6 months ago

Meet the Unknown Scribe Behind Three Cult Classics

Sometimes you find yourself a fan of somebody’s work without knowing it.

This doesn’t happen with books. An author’s name is on every page, so you know if you’re a …
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‘Blockbuster’ Reveals That Fateful Spielberg-Lucas Bond
6 months ago

‘Blockbuster’ Reveals That Fateful Spielberg-Lucas Bond

In film school, one of the first things students learn is how art imitates life.

There’s no better example of this than the 1970s, which showed a bleak future for …
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Celebrating a Literary Legend Too Often Ignored
6 months ago

Celebrating a Literary Legend Too Often Ignored

Even if you’ve never read any of Leigh Brackett’s stories, or if the name sounds unfamiliar, you probably know her work.

Try “The Big Sleep” for Bogart fans, “Hatari” and …
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Batman at 80: Why the Dark Knight Endures
7 months ago

Batman at 80: Why the Dark Knight Endures

From his comic book origin 80 years ago this weekend to his multiple incarnations on TV and the silver screen, there’s no denying Batman’s pop culture impact.

The brainchild of …
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‘Captain Marvel’ Strips One Essential Element Away
7 months ago

‘Captain Marvel’ Strips One Essential Element Away

I am a woman, and therefore I am woke enough to speak on women’s issues.

Ladies, it’s time for us to demand an anti-Bechdel test for movie wokeness.

I went …
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