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The accelerating non-conservatism of conservative leaders and institutions
Mark celebrates the centenary of Nelson Riddle, perhaps the greatest of all arrangers of popular song
Following his archive discussion with the late John Sessions on James Bond, Steyn revisits the most recent 007 picture, where poor old Bond completely loses the plot...
Upon the centenary of Satyajit Ray, we present our late friend Kathy Shaidle's take on his 1955 classic Pather Panchali...
The New York Times catches up with Steyn
A couple of developments on the global warm-monger front
For the first time in this adaptation of Mark Steyn's Passing Parade our brace of weekend eulogies are related - an aristocratic survivor, the Duke of Devonshire, and the sister-in-law who started as a bright young thing and ended as a fascist moll: Diana Mosley...
Tal Bachman draws on philosophy from Aristotle and Clint Eastwood in this essay on living a life of flourishing, excellence, virtue, and reason...
Laura Rosen Cohen on Hunter Biden's paint-by-numbers "artistry", bringing back flirting, and the anatomy of woke madness...
Rick McGinnis on The Swimmer, the influential mix of Narcissus and Odysseus set to a backdrop of class anxiety and cultural decline, starring Burt Lancaster...
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