Thom Tillis Is Why That Red Wave Didn’t Materialize – The American Spectator

Yes, the headline isn’t really fair to Thom Tillis, the North Carolina Republican senator who wasn’t on the ballot in last month’s midterms. You’ll forgive the unfairness, perhaps. But life…

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The Squad Is Way More Anti-Semitic Than Trump’s Dinner With Ye – The American Spectator

Donald Trump’s dinner last month at Mar-a-Lago with the vile Kanye West, now legally known as “Ye,” and Holocaust denier Nick Fuentes has thrust the conversation surrounding anti-Semitism into the…

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How’s the Weather in China? – The American Spectator

WASHINGTON — I have good news for my readers. I come with glad tidings. November was a month of clement weather throughout these United States. Not only that, but the…

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East Wall and the Plantations: Ireland and Its New Migrants – The American Spectator

If you are reading this back home in the United States, or anywhere else beyond Ireland’s borders, it is not all that likely that you have heard about the several…

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Fear and Loathing at the Office Christmas Party – The American Spectator

About now you will start receiving hundreds of invitations for Christmas dinners. If you receive one for each WhatsApp group, the best thing you can do is order a new…

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Who Lost China? – The American Spectator

The subtitle of John Delury’s Agents of Subversion suggests that the book has two main themes: the fate of CIA operative John Downey, who was captured and held captive for…

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Herschel Walker Win Would Buoy Black-Republican Fortunes – The American Spectator

A few years ago, I typed the words “Republicans are…” into Google. The search engine’s autofill function chimed in, “…racist.” That reflexive answer echoed what voters hear all the time…

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Why Strange World Flopped – The American Spectator

The total meltdown of Disney’s latest leftist child-brainwashing project, Strange World, amused me. By now, everyone knows that the prestigious animated feature failed to launch, opening with an abysmal $18.6…

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The Progressive Twitter Meltdown – The American Spectator

Will Twitter under Elon Musk bring about the end of life as we know it? Some panicky people seem to think so. Twitter is all aflutter over the release of…

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The Liberal Media Mafia vs. Matt Taibbi – The American Spectator

So. Nice career you got going there, Matt Taibbi. It would be a shame if anything happened to it. That, in essence, is the message of liberal journalists who are…

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