Conservative Tastes

Conservative Tastes

Our Norman Rockwell and Theirs

By From the October 2010 issue

More on that tiresome left-wing myth of the right-wing myth of the vanished America.

Conservative Tastes

The Pursuit of Happiness

By From the September 2010 issue

It used to be that Hollywood had nothing against the mercenary motive.

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By From the July 2010 - August 2010 issue

When outrage becomes predictable it ceases to be outrageous.

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Rebels Without a Clue

By From the June 2010 issue

The youth culture has become very old, in more ways than one.

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Getting to Know Miley Cyrus

By From the May 2010 issue

Blissfully unconcerned that the Creator of the Universe could be anything other than an indulgent parent.

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The Laughs Keep Coming

By From the April 2010 issue

The modern audiences, the serious side of life has disappeared.

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Reality Without Rohmer

By From the March 2010 issue

Once we expected from art an imitation of something we already knew. 

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Touchy Fantasists

By 3.15.10

If only James Cameron were a worthy successor to C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien.

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The End of History

By From the February 2010 issue

The art of the past has become a closed book.

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Brace Yourself

By From the December 2009 - January 2010 issue

What in the world is bracing about despair?