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Chadwick Moore is the editor of Outspoken and is a columnist for The Spectator.
Noticeably absent from the State Department’s rainbow bacchanalia this year are those embassies in Muslim nations
By Chadwick Moore
Science & Tech
Being fat isn’t like being old, it’s a choice
If you’re lucky, you stumble upon people who’d like you around for a long time
This mono-gendered depiction of the local proletariat is laughably outdated
If you want something to fail, just ask Mitt Romney to back it
Tudor architecture marked the first instance of Anglo domesticity recognizable today
The psychology of double-maskers
The corporate global elite have manipulated activists into taking to the streets to rage for the machine
The timing of the New York governor’s hard-right shift cannot be ignored
From gay pride to gay shame
The enemies of manhood – liberal male bloggers – have yet to discover what they would call spiked seltzer’s fascism problem
The warped politics of asking your guests to remove their shoes
More New Yorkers voted for Donald Trump in 2020 than in 2016
Page seems to embody a sort of boutique transgenderism we’re all now accustomed to seeing
Smearing the Proud Boys as homophobes is a losing strategy
In defense of fat-shaming
2 masks, 2 furious
What happened to the populist left?
Alpha seltzer: why do Trump bros love White Claw?
It’s time to cancel the Village People
Hey Elleniot, aren’t you a bit too old for this?
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