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Amber Athey

Amber Athey is The Spectator’s Washington editor. She is a Tony Blankley fellow at the Steamboat Institute and the host of the Unfit to Print podcast.

Sports

Simone Biles is a quitter

Even with her many mistakes during the qualifying round, Biles still posted the highest score in the competition

By Amber Athey

Politics

What the hell is going on in DC?

The surge in crime is finally starting to affect Washington’s cozy and wealthy elite

By Amber Athey

Home

A tribute to my father

The hardest working man I ever knew

By Amber Athey

Science & Tech

What makes Jason Miller’s new social media app different?

‘We’re going to strive to make sure that people can talk about their political beliefs and their statements’

By Amber Athey

Politics

Supreme Court rules big for election integrity

Is Biden’s lawsuit against Georgia dead on arrival?

By Amber Athey

Politics

Harris heads south

Kamala is finally going to the Mexican border

By Amber Athey

Education

How to sneak critical race theory into the classroom

A school district in California is couching CRT courses under terms like ‘equity’, ‘inclusion’ and ‘diversity’

By Amber Athey

Politics

The DeSantis doctrine

DeSantis is perfectly positioned to become the next Republican leader — if Trump steps aside

By Amber Athey

Politics

White House digs deeper on border crisis

The immigration press release they sent out today opens on a couple of whoppers

By Amber Athey

Politics

Kamala’s bad trip

Even Harris’s plane tried to stop her

By Amber Athey

Politics

Ron DeSantis targets ‘nefarious’ China

The bills aim to prevent trafficking in trade secrets and foreign influence in higher education

By Amber Athey

Politics

Has Chris Matthews earned his comeback?

The art of the un-cancellation

By Amber Athey

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