SOMEWHERE ALONG the way, supper became dinner. Or maybe dinner became supper. Or maybe supper just disappeared. I think it depends on where you live and what you were eating. It's all got a little whiff of . . .
THIS BRINGS ME to what I think has to be conservatism's long-term agenda [and] a central element in any lasting conservative resurgence: the defense and promotion of what we should unapologetically call . . .
YOU'LL FIND a nice retrospective essay in today's Wall Street Journal's "Review" section on the great western movie, "Shane," on the occasion of its sixtieth birthday. It's the best movie ever made about the myth (in the nonpejorative sense of the word; see below) of the gunfighter as chivalric hero.
The law did not exist on the frontier, and the nearest marshal . . .