In the third and last part of my Culture War series for Hollywood in Toto, I discussed who’s fighting the Culture War, and who isn’t:
You might feel alone in this fight, or that the conservative side of the Culture War is horribly disorganized. Your feelings are correct. Since Andrew Breitbart’s passing, few conservative leaders have risen to take up his banner. The problem is that anyone who breaks ranks to get to the front lines gets shot by his own men. Conservatives are famous for not just leaving their wounded on the battlefield, but knifing those who move too far ahead.
One reason for this is that the vast majority of conservative media, what’s referred to as Conservative, Inc., is not the least bit interested in moving the conservative agenda forward. They’ll feed you red meat all day long, but that’s as far as they’ll go. It’s as far as they can go.
The members of Conservative, Inc. have hidden behind the façade that they are all fighting on the same side, bound by a shared ideology. This is not true. Conservative websites are exactly like beverage companies, and most of them are as good for you as a daily Big Gulp of Squirt.
There’s a lot more to it, so click through and read it all.