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Chadwick Moore is the editor of Outspoken and is a Spectator columnist and contributing editor.
It appears Covid-19 has now mutated back into, like its cousins, an irritating, not-at-all scary bug
By Chadwick Moore
So you don’t have to
The classical liberal comic is still fighting for the Democrats
The help have no faces
The Democratic candidate will still carelessly waltz into the New York mayor’s office
They only reached popular consciousness in the 2010s, when feminist blogs used them ahead of content about sexual violence
Superman has come out as gay — but why?
The most unflattering shoe to come to market in generations is now ubiquitous among disaffected youth
Sorry honey, you offended no one, changed zero minds and risked nothing
Why I love the benevolent authoritarians of the skies
Science & Tech
Maybe the right isn’t transphobic, as the left likes to shriek — just pro-woman and pro-reality
In New York, it’s back to the nut farm for the ‘defund’ crowd
Noticeably absent from the State Department’s rainbow bacchanalia this year are those embassies in Muslim nations
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
Man of Sssssssteel
If the Croc fits
Bill Maher is not your ally
Alpha seltzer: why do Trump bros love White Claw?
The mask caste system
Let’s be honest about birthing people
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