Conservatives have long lamented Hollywood's hostility to liberty and free markets. But as this piece reminds us, there are times when Tinsletown gets is right, and does so in ways that we often don't realize. Here, the lesson comes from the comedy classic "Blazing Saddles," starring the late Gene Wilder. The subtext of the film?
One of the titans of the conservative movement passed away over the weekend. Phyllis Schlafly, founder of the Eagle Forum, champion of the rights of the unborn, and stauch defender of America's traditions and values, died at the age of 92.