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Podcasts from Spectator writers
The Wyoming congresswoman is on a mission to destroy her own party
By Chilton Williamson, Jr.
The New Atheists called down fire and brimstone on the godly everywhere
Sinclair Lewis’s 1922 novel Babbitt is both a prophecy and a warning for America in the next century
Failing to recognize the difference between learning and practical experience
He’s clearly inept yet somehow it’s Clarence Thomas who must go?
The Judiciary Committee now has a clear and obvious duty to perform
Sports would not have survived Classical Greece and the Roman Empire
We should have brought them in from the cold, not turned up the heat
For liberals, everything that exists is a potential source of fear, and everything that occurs a threat of danger
Literature in the West is dead for the simple reason that the West itself is virtually dead
To summon your brethren to raise a City Upon a Hill as a beacon to all mankind is a pretty tall order
Or a congresswoman?
In the absence of a Brahmin class, any civilization worthy of the name is impossible
Why out-of-staters are funding the NeverTrump Wyoming congresswoman
Until quite recently, the preponderance of the country viewed suspicion of change, let alone resistance to it, as un-American
Cormac McCarthy, brutal but brilliant
Chilton Williamson, Jr.
A Cheney imperiled
Liz Cheney is running scared in Wyoming
Russia is the West’s great tragedy
Are you tired of experts?
Liberalism and existential insecurity
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