The Woke Albatross

“The Woke Albatross,” editorial cartoon by Yogi Love for The American Spectator, Sept. 26, 2022. The post The Woke Albatross appeared first on The American Spectator | USA News and…

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Most of the Government and Its Employees ‘Quiet Quit’ Long Ago – The American Spectator

“Quiet quitting” is not just a 2022 rage. No, in fact, in 1970, when massive new regulatory laws spawned additional government agencies, along came the quiet-quitting life. People looked at…

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What Happened At Saint Vincent College Demonstrates the Moral Collapse of Higher Education – The American Spectator

Much has been written about the intellectual failings of America’s institutions of higher learning, including their ignorance — or outright suppression — of the achievements of Western civilization, to which…

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The Reaction to Giorgia Meloni Makes Everything Clear – The American Spectator

Perhaps the biggest lie told in the last 100 years on this planet is the one about fascism. Specifically, that fascism is a “far-right” phenomenon. It’s never been a particularly…

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From Superpower to Paper Tiger: Part One – The American Spectator

Former President Donald Trump is being mocked for suggesting last week that we’d lose a war with Russia. Trump, with great regularity, uses words rather carelessly. But in this case,…

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The Importance of Doug Mastriano – The American Spectator

Pennsylvania’s Republican nominee for governor — that would be state Sen. Doug Mastriano — is under attack by the establishment elite for not being … part of the establishment elite….

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The Best of 100 Years of Foreign Affairs – The American Spectator

One hundred years ago this month, just four years after the end of World War I, the magazine Foreign Affairs made its debut. It is the journal of the American…

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Storm Watch — Again – The American Spectator

TAMPA — How do I hate September? Let me count the ways. T.S. Eliot was obviously not a Floridian. April is not the cruelest month in the Sunshine State. That honor goes,…

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Humanitarianism vs. Multiculturalism – The American Spectator

In a recent Economist article examining whether Ukrainian refugees will stay in Poland, the author grumbles: “Literature classes deal overwhelmingly with Polish writers. History classes concentrate on Poland’s struggles with…

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A Brave Cuban Priest’s Open Letter to the Pope – The American Spectator

To quote a close friend of mine, “Pope Francis and Joe Biden are the Bizarro World counterparts to Pope John Paul II and Ronald Reagan.” Where the earlier pair dedicated…

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