What ‘Demolition Man’ Has Gotten Right—so Far
The 1993 film Demolition Man predicted some parts of the 21st century—and reminds us there are many shades of dystopia.
Jon Miltimore | August 16, 2022
Williamson M. Evers | August 16, 2022
What Governments Can Learn From Companies
The public sector has a lot to learn from the private sector
Scott Beyer | August 16, 2022
The Gray Man, Harvard Elites and State-Sponsored Murder
The new Netflix action movie is surprisingly shallow but still exhilarating
Samuel R. Staley | August 15, 2022
Dan Sanchez | August 2, 2022
The Black Phone’s Christian Themes
The sleeper hit movie The Black Phone is a well crafted coming of age story within the horror genre
Samuel R. Staley | July 29, 2022
Constitutional Carry Saves Lives
'Good Samaritan' Elisjsha Dicken eliminated a mass shooter, and the mainstream media's gun control narrative
Brady Leonard | July 29, 2022
Who Really Needs a Definition of Recession?
Not business or households. It really only serves one interest.
Peter Jacobsen | July 27, 2022
What San Francisco Restaurant Laws Say About Progressivism
Why do some cities allow eateries to suffer under the weight of unhelpful regulations and lockdowns?
Scott Beyer | July 26, 2022