Jason Apuzzo asks the question, and sadly the answer seems to be “no.” Apuzzo points out that Hollywood has discovered the model of “Fahrenheit 9/11″–which cost about $6 million and grossed over $200 million–and is making low-budget films that appeal to blue states, and then, more importantly, the overseas markets. Apuzzo’s answer? A deep-pocketed conservative needs to step up and do the same thing with films that might appeal to mainstream American audiences. Sounds easy enough. But are there any deep pockets conservatives anymore?
Americans voted for Barack Obama in 2008 despite, not because of, his most partisan voting record in the Senate. They were once willing to look past his earlier dubious associations with abject anti-Semites such as the Reverend Jeremiah Wright, former terrorists like Bill Ayers, and unhinged characters such as ... Read More
‘It has to stop,” says Representative Ilhan Omar. No, it does not. Representative Omar, the Jew-hating Minnesota Democrat, is engaged in one of her usual games of misdirection, a pattern of hers that by now is familiar enough to be predicted: She says something outrageously stupid, offensive, ... Read More
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Over the weekend, American political discourse reached another one of its low moments — a moment of nearly record-level hypocrisy and absurdity. And once again, a low moment centered around one of the Democrats’ celebrity House freshmen, Ilhan Omar. The cycle went like this. First, Twitter discovered an ... Read More
The greatest Western of all time . . . isn’t. Though The Searchers is regularly hailed as the finest exemplar of its genre and one of the best movies of any kind (seventh-best of all time, according to the decennial Sight & Sound poll), John Ford’s 1956 film is mediocre for most of its run time. Nearly ... Read More