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Freddy Gray

Freddy Gray is deputy editor of The Spectator and the editor of The Spectator World. He was formerly literary editor of The American Conservative.

Politics

Land of empty

Can Donald Trump survive in an America where you can’t order a hamburger?

By Freddy Gray

Media

How to buy The Spectator’s 10,000th UK edition in the US

The key to our longevity is that The Spectator is unique; it dares to be different

By Freddy Gray

Politics

No, you aren’t meant to take Trump’s medical insights literally or seriously

The media will be scouring the land for Trump fans injecting disinfectant

By Freddy Gray

Politics

How Bill Clinton junked America’s supremacy

The US-China Relations Act was a monumental mistake

By Freddy Gray

Politics

Trump should shut down his press conferences, now

America needs ‘transparency’ from its government. It doesn’t need the daily Punch-and-Judy shows

By Freddy Gray

Europe

Confessions of a COVID-19 truther

It’s not easy being skeptical

By Freddy Gray

Politics

Bernie lost because he’d already won

What Bernie did, like Trump, was expose the rift between the party’s voters and its leadership

By Freddy Gray

Politics

Frightened people love their leaders

Leader approval ratings are ticking up — similar to those terrifying COVID charts

By Freddy Gray

Home

Let’s applaud mothers — the real key workers

My wife has, unlike me, risen magnificently to the challenge posed by the coronavirus

By Freddy Gray

Media

Tucker Carlson: ‘We aren’t very good at talking about death’

The Fox News host on the media, Trump, Biden and the theological implications of the current crisis

By Freddy Gray

Politics

Are you feeling stimulated?

Perhaps you shouldn’t be

By Freddy Gray

Politics

Why you should subscribe to The Spectator

A letter from US editor Freddy Gray

By Freddy Gray

Politics

Biden vs Trump: may the craziest man win!

The Democratic primary results on Tuesday night suggest that millions of voters think Biden can beat Trump

By Freddy Gray

Politics

It’s time to take Joe Biden seriously

The nature of his success — never mind the obvious flaws — suggests the Trump campaign should be somewhat alarmed

By Freddy Gray

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