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Amber Athey is The Spectator’s Washington editor and a senior fellow at the Steamboat Institute. Amber was previously White House correspondent for the Daily Caller and a co-host of O’Connor & Company on WMAL.
Heartbreak, drama and damn good songwriting
By Amber Athey
Some retail workers abuse the new power they have over customers
Amber Athey and Oliver Wiseman discuss the developments in Biden’s Build Back Better Plan.
Matt Purple, Amber Athey and Rachel Bovard discuss Mark Zuckerberg’s metaverse and the problem with big tech.
Matt Purple and Amber Athey discuss the 2021 Virginia election results and the rejections of critical race theory and defund the police.
Republicans are celebrating a huge victory
He claims we need more teacher diversity — what about the private schools where he sent his kids?
The GOP candidate is unapologetically conservative but focused on the right issues
Matt Purple, Amber Athey and Oliver Wiseman discuss the Virginia governor’s race between Democrat Terry McAuliffe and Republican Glenn Youngkin.
‘You’re all busted’
Washington editor Amber Athey discusses Joe Biden’s suddenly busy schedule leading up to the holidays.
His presidency is a slap in the face to the working class
The Democratic candidate for Virginia governor stormed out of an interview Tuesday
Was the league’s commissioner behind the leak?
Don’t bet on it
There is evidence, actually
Simone Biles is a quitter
The problem with the NYT’s Taylor Lorenz
Jon Gruden exposes the NFL’s woke hypocrisy
I was fired for a joke about Kamala Harris’s outfit
AOC’s body politics
Thought-provoking commentary and opinion on politics, books and the arts.