Unite with me in opposing one of the greatest threats to the future of our republic: the massive overuse of Harry Potter references in political discussion.
BioWare had to find a way to tell a new story that felt ‘Mass Effect’ without being about the main characters we all fell in love with.
Different levels of flavors, like the different colors of a Wookiee’s coat, emerge as you drink this beer. It’s a journey.
Kate Havard joins today’s Federalist Radio Hour to discuss the nuances and complexities of Shakespeare, but specifically interpretations of his character, Falstaff.
At Star Wars Celebration in Orlando this weekend, George Lucas is getting credit for today’s quality Star Wars productions. For the most part that’s fair.
Massachusetts Democratic candidate Brianna Wu is worried that people will drop rocks from the moon that will hit the earth and kill people.
Milo Yiannopoulos is a warning to the right about the destructive path to the Dark Side.
If this movie is what its title implies, then Luke might just as well have gotten a job selling power converters at Tosche Station.
The feel-good religion of the Light Side apparently consists in little more than muddleheaded platitudes about hope and change.
‘Rogue One’ is a throwback to the highbrow Hollywood culture that the original ‘Star Wars’ film rebelled against back in 1977.
Princess Leia displayed her strength as a woman, whereas most of the lead action females today are simply trying to imitate the strength of men.
Parents need to help their children develop a healthy understanding of death, and what it means. The right films, and the right conversations, can help.
Carrie Fisher was a beautiful woman, from the inside out. She was inspirational. She was full of hope and promise, and she will be greatly missed.
Those who have seen ‘Rogue One’ should appreciate the recreation of the Scarif DLC from ‘Star Wars Battlefront,’ despite its flaws.
Mollie Hemingway and David Harsanyi discuss the electoral college, Russia, and Donald Trump’s relationship with the media.
To realize its full potential, Star Wars needs to make a standalone movie that trends even darker than ‘Rogue One.’ We need more bad guys.
Why would someone willingly help build the Death Star? The answer may help us understand why the Founders didn’t immediately abolish slavery.
The heart of ‘Star Wars’ has always been the drama of good and evil and the Force—but ‘Rogue One’ dispenses with these deeper themes.
For ‘Rogue One,’ a beer milkshake is the ultimate melding of the Dark Side (Guinness) and the Light Side (vanilla ice cream).