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Podcasts from Spectator writers
To summon your brethren to raise a City Upon a Hill as a beacon to all mankind is a pretty tall order
By Chilton Williamson, Jr.
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
Waugh was unquestionably among the greatest novelists of the 20th century
Wyoming loves Donald Trump. Cheney hasn’t shown her face in these parts in forever
Can the Wyoming congresswoman face down a cowboy rebellion?
The English language as written today is often nearly incomprehensible on first reading
Formality at each level of society and in every social venue is an indispensable source and preserver of morale
Perry Mason personified the country that won World War Two and was enjoying well-deserved prosperity
The prevailing assumption has been that the natural historical trend is leftward
Idealism comes naturally to liberal societies because it has no inherent principles and no rules to follow
Progressives claim to abhor the concept of class, yet no group in this country is as conscious of it as they are
Was Flannery O’Connor a racist, or was she not?
Cormac McCarthy, brutal but brilliant
Chilton Williamson, Jr.
A Cheney imperiled
Liz Cheney is running scared in Wyoming
Are you tired of experts?
Liz Cheney, pioneer girl
Does Liz Cheney want to be a Republican?
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