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Podcasts from Spectator writers
Why do we insist on celebrating those who need our help?
By Casey Chalk
Pretending she can is destroying everything feminists worked for
A new book asks a very timely question
The Washington Post’s in-house evangelical digs Pride Month and John Roberts
They live to move in the worlds of affluence and activism
Just good old American tradition
Progressives tear him down but they bear his influence
It is blatantly irrational, absurdly reductionist and obviously patronizing
Our foreign policy establishment acts like a Karen on the global stage
To reduce gun violence, both sides need to soften their positions
The hysteria can’t hide the fact that the procedure stops a beating heart
Media narratives may have done more damage than the police themselves
A grisly story in DC exposes a truth about abortion that the left wants to ignore
Beijing seeks not just regional but global dominance
It’s an oxymoron that erodes national sovereignty and republican government
Communist China abandons Confucius
How elites hijacked the conversation on race
The left’s great abortion freakout
Cicero on rejecting the 1619 Project
What conservatives get right about masculinity
The deep conservatism of Agatha Christie
Thought-provoking commentary and opinion on politics, books and the arts.