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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.
Meanwhile, President Biden sets the playbook on fire
By Grace Curley
People want more from a candidate than just unhinged speeches about Donald Trump
Ron Klain celebrates while Joe Biden vacations
Where is the confetti? The Champagne?
Is an Annie Leibovitz shoot the best way to appeal to Middle America’s sympathies?
This C-SPAN miniseries has given us more questions than answers
The administration was caught flatfooted — and candidates are overplaying their hands
It’s his fault, period
There were no winners in the Johnny Depp/Amber Heard verdict
Progressives won big in the primaries. Will that hurt their party in the midterms?
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
John Kerry: America’s failfather
Do you truly believe Joe Biden is in his right mind?
The flailing Fauci fandom
The truth about Biden’s booster shots
The new Florida Man
How’s ‘shutting down the virus’ going, Joe?
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