Conservative Tastes

Conservative Tastes

Why They Fight

By From the September 2013 issue

What has happened to our moral understanding of war?

Conservative Tastes

Reminders of America’s Decline

By From the July-August 2013 issue

Glimpses of our country as it once was, marked by a certain hopefulness.

Conservative Tastes

The Mole in Don Draper

By From the June 2013 issue

The function of Mad Men's lead character is to act out a left-wing fantasy.

Conservative Tastes

Wincing at Cumberbatch

By From the May 2013 issue

Was the recent adaptation of Parade's End the thinking man's Downton Abbey?

Conservative Tastes

As She Likes It

By From the April 2013 issue

It seems the answer to Freud’s famous question—What do women want?—is to be not so much equal to men as indistinguishable from them.

Conservative Tastes

Selective Moralism

By From the March 2013 issue

Today's culture still reminds us that moral development is possible. 

Conservative Tastes

All That Trash

By From the February 2013 issue

Bill Murray portrays President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1939 as if he were an anticipation of Bill Clinton in 1998.

Conservative Tastes

Unreal Realities

By From the December 2012 - January 2013 issue

The only thing now that is real is the propaganda that the trendies feed us.

Conservative Tastes

Christmas Books

By 12.12.12

Holiday reading for the conservative shopper.

Conservative Tastes

Enter Alternative Reality

By From the November 2012 issue

We endure a leftist pessimistic fantasy in which evil is supposed to render the good and the decent so helpless that only superheroic intervention can save them.