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Michael Medved

  • antman

    ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’ nothing special, but worth seeing Rudd, Lilly

    'Ant-Man and the Wasp' is some of the same appeal as the first Ant-Man movie, but with a goofier, even harder-to-follow plot.
  • Senate Dems and their ridiculous demand​

    Democrats' indignant effort to block a Republican president and Republican Senate from replacing a retiring Republican justice in an orderly way demonstrates hyper-partisan gamesmanship.
  • immigration

    Shameful manipulation of a painful immigration issue

    We can't make progress on immigration policy when both the Left and Right promote distortions.
  • Charles Krauthammer

    Even when you disagreed, you had to admire him

    When Charles Krauthammer died last week, tributes poured in from colleagues and fans of every ideological persuasion. It's hard to think of another contemporary commentator or journalist who inspired such widespread, bi-partisan, affectionate regard.
  • Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

    Medved: ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ is mildly enjoyable for dino fans

    “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” won't win any Oscars for screenplay, but it may get noticed for special effects. Fans of this dino series will find the latest offering mildly enjoyable.
  • voter

    The key to November: Voter turnout

    The key factor that will decide control of Congress in November’s election isn’t President Trump’s approval rating or the results of the Mueller investigation.
  • politics

    Why do Americans prefer sports to politics?

    Athletic competitions maintain clear rules of play enforced by professional umpires, while politics has increasingly adopted the idea of “anything goes.”
  • Roseanne

    Freedom of speech doesn’t mean freedom from consequences

    When ABC canceled its top-rated Roseanne revival because of vile racist comments by its star, Americans received another reminder that freedom of speech doesn’t mean freedom from consequences.
  • Misleading headline displays bias

    A front-page headline in the New York Times distorted a bold new initiative of the Trump administration and displayed that paper’s long-standing grudge.
  • An American victim of terror

    Fifty years ago, supporters of Robert Kennedy’s presidential campaign gathered for a victory party after a hard-fought California Primary.
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