Bruce Edward Walker, a Michigan-based writer, writes frequently on the arts and other topics for the Acton Institute.
Recent Articles by Bruce Edward Walker
- Another sign of the politicization of all aspects of our culture is the latest Criterion Channel tagline for the 1951 film High Noon: “One of the most politically resonant of all Hollywood
- When Tzvetan Todorov died on February 7, the Bulgarian/French philosopher and literary critic was lamented only in certain intellectual ghettoes. To the men and women eulogizing Todorov in
- Former Wyoming Republican Sen. Alan Simpson announced his support this week for a 28th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution that would overturn Citizens United. According to Simpson, the
- The 1989 collapse of the Berlin Wall and subsequent disintegration of the USSR in the 1990s was cause for celebration throughout the world. Finally, the Cold War was ended – or so most of us
Back in the 1970s and early 1980s, Public Broadcasting aired a television series titled “Meeting of the Minds