John Nolte

Activist Bird Milliken pushes a cart with a mannequin of comedian Bill Cosby before the beginning of his sentencing hearing at the Montgomery County Courthouse after being found guilty of sexual assaulting Andrea Constand September 24, 2018 in Norristown, Pennsylvania. - Disgraced US television icon Bill Cosby returned to a …

Nolte: No Surprise #MeToo Era Punishes Professional Women

Snow was coming. A big snow. So I pulled over to talk to a couple of neighbor kids playing alongside the road. They had moved in next door over the summer and didn’t know the winter rules — that my yard was their yard, that they could sled down my front hill until their little hearts burst.

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Nolte: Conformity Killed the Weekly Standard

Depending on which report you read, the death of the Weekly Standard is either imminent or a tad less imminent. Either way, the anti-Trump publication founded by Bill Kristol and Fred Barnes in 1995 appears to be in desperate need of a rich savior, and any attempt to find one has thus far failed.

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Nolte: As Golden Goose Franchises Falter, Hollywood Stares into the Abyss

Even though the film industry will close 2018 with record box office receipts, that might not necessarily mean more people went to the movies. Nevertheless, a win is a win is a win, and Hollywood will celebrate that win. But 2018 might be remembered as a perfect storm that will be difficult to repeat.

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‘Creed II’ Review: Eighth Time’s the Charm

“Creed II” is also about something bigger than a man doing what a man’s got to do. Like its predecessor, it is primarily about the vital importance of fathers, even surrogate fathers — a radical concept these days.