The Left's Telling Attacks On Trump's Praise of the Symphony

Opinion | Bob Stump
U.S. President Donald Trump smiles during a joint news conference with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, U.S., June 26, 2017. Kevin Lamarque/REUTERS

In symphonic, there is a vision of human brotherhood that gives voice to the universal thirst for freedom.

EXCLUSIVE: Milo Lauds 'No Campus For White Men'

Daily Dealer | Milo Yiannopoulos
'No Campus For White Men'

An exclusive look at the forward to Scott Greer’s bestselling book

Caitlyn Jenner -- And Why Conservatives Keep Losing Ground In The Culture War

Politics | Matt K. Lewis
First photos of Bruce Jenner as a woman

‘The progressive knows that life is a battle and you never stop marching’

Boston suspect inspires free-verse poetry

Entertainment | Tim Cavanaugh

Amanda Palmer crafts a litany for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev that readers are calling ‘disingenuous, self-pitying and, well, trollish’

Jason Mattera's Bono boner

Opinion | Mark Judge

It’s more serious than you think.

Conservatives: Get ready to lose the culture war

Feature:Opinion | Mark Judge

The truth is that America is becoming a left-wing country.

The education reform scarecrow

Feature:Opinion | Bob Bowdon

The fact that cultural factors affect student achievement shouldn’t dissuade people from supporting education reform.

Why don't conservatives support conservative films?

Opinion | Christian Toto

Until they do, studios won’t want to produce right-of-center content.

Brace yourself for the politics of the Perry era

Opinion | James Poulos

And I’m not talking about Rick Perry.

The coming college crash

Opinion | James Poulos

The nation’s prestigious cookie-cutters, and the human cookies they produce, are luxuries we can no longer afford.

The decline of country music

Opinion | Mark Judge

The genre has become a parody of itself.

The Washington Post crashes

Opinion | Mark Judge

It’s painful to watch the Post, once a strong creature that hovered over the American cultural landscape, spiral and plunge to its death.

Ex-Marc Jacobs employee claims sexual exploitative workplace - TheDC

| Catherine Toor

Former COO, Patrice Lataillade, has filed a lawsuit against Robert Duffy, president of Marc Jacobs International, claiming Duffy made employees both pole dance and look at his personal pornographic material

Movie Review: Atlas Shrugged: Part 1

Opinion | Bedford

Yesterday, I caught an early viewing of Atlas Shrugged: Part 1. I was impressed.

According to Craigslist's 'Missed Connections,' CPAC attendees not looking for love - TheDC

Politics | Jeff Winkler

Nothing says love-at-first-sight like: ‘Saw your eyes sparkle as Paul Ryan explained a deficit graph on Obama‚Äôs budgetary proposals.’

Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds an item? - NYDN

Entertainment | Laura Donovan

“The Proposal” co-stars spent New Years together and were spotted holding hands

Rock and roll suicide: How Allan Bloom killed conservatism

Opinion | Mark Judge

By deriding rock music for being “masturbational,” Bloom did a disservice to conservatism.

Woman urinates on grocery store freezer, ruins $508 of baked goods - The Smoking Gun

| interns

A Pennsylvania woman, who had mistaken a grocery store fridge for a toilet, spiked more than $500 worth of baked goods with her urine

The real DaVinci code - The Telegraph

World | wrahn

Italy’s National Committee for Cultural Heritage have revealed that by magnifying high resolution images of the Mona Lisa’s eyes letters and numbers can be seen

Let there be right

Opinion | James Sharp

God said, “Let there be right.” And thereupon, He created conservatives.