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Podcasts from Spectator writers
Almost 500 years after Galileo, quasi-religious frenzies flow freely once again
By Gilbert T. Sewall
She is terminal bread and circuses, SoCal lights and vapid glamor
Californians may be about to recall a progressive prosecutor
Blue states cannot stop migrants from escaping their corruption and crime
There’s a reason parents are rallying behind Ron DeSantis and Glenn Youngkin
One of the Sacramento shooters was out of jail on early release
What was formerly outré or unimaginable remains in vogue. But human instinct will win out
As its June primaries heat up, California will once again be a political beacon
He and Xi Jinping think we’re weak and dissolving from within. Could they be right?
The left is dealt a blow in its most supportive city as fed-up tiger moms target the woke
In twilight America, the deadly sin of gluttony has vanished
Progressive monoculture has enveloped many of our private and public institutions. Aldous Huxley saw it coming
Covid conscious, allergic to academic rigor, the head of your local teachers union is in charge now
As violence surges and police dwindle, the woke take shelter in magical thinking
An end to disorder and CRT-loving hustlers who fan the flames of hate
The unremarkable Meghan Markle
Gilbert T. Sewall
The deep state is no conspiracy theory
John McWhorter versus the progressive elect
The unicorns of crime-wave California
Fleeing dysfunctional America
What Functional America wants
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