I have been lax about updating this here blog (obviously) because I wanted to convince you folks to swing by the Free Beacon’s Editor’s Blog all on your own (a strategy that appears to have worked, judging by traffic stats). But it’s been a few months so I figured I’d throw up a few links for any stragglers. Here’s the homepage and here’s my archive. A few pieces of note over the last couple of weeks:
- I’d describe my review of Fast and Furious 6 as “sneeringly positive.” Though most people have (wrongly!) chosen to focus on the sneering, I enjoyed it just fine. And, in the end, isn’t that all that matters? (The Editor’s Blog is also host to a more enthusiastic two-part defense.)
- Do I think Star Trek Into Darkness‘ writers/director intentionally made a case for the morality of drone strikes? Well, no. More likely, it was just sloppily plotted. But they certainly did a good job of accidentally making the case.
- I am, as you know, a leading apologist for Zack Snyder. Here are 700 words or so on the weirdly optimistic outlook of his films.
- “You’re often wrong. Deal with it.“
Anyway, make sure to keep reading the Beacon. We can use all the eyeballs we can grab.