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Grace Curley is a Spectator contributing writer, host of The Grace Curley Show and executive producer of The Howie Carr Show on WRKO. She is based in Boston, Massachusetts.
Progressives won big in the primaries. Will that hurt their party in the midterms?
By Grace Curley
The latest media ‘fact check’ turns out to be false
Try though they might, they can’t find another villain
Embrace the gerontocracy: Statler-Waldorf 2024
The last twenty-four hours on social media have been nothing short of fantastic
Because the president’s little sister is giving us one regardless
The president’s glass jaw would shatter if he was asked to explain his family’s corruption
Eric Adams invents new rules for the richest people in New York
Surprise, surprise: Pfizer’s CEO thinks a fourth shot is ‘necessary’
The same people who want coal miners to learn to code now tell struggling families to buy electric cars
Against him, after calling for Putin’s assassination on national television
As Putin shells Kyiv, the man who threatened to take Trump behind the gym is nowhere to be seen
The View host violates her own Covid rules because public health isn’t the point
We have visiting faculty from CNN and little contact with reality!
Democrats will finally allow for freedom when they grow afraid of their voters
John Kerry: America’s failfather
The flailing Fauci fandom
Do you truly believe Joe Biden is in his right mind?
The new Florida Man
The truth about Biden’s booster shots
How’s ‘shutting down the virus’ going, Joe?
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