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Podcasts from Spectator writers
The premise of the sitcom is so simple it sounds almost facile
By James Innes-Smith
Albion College in Michigan seems to think so
We are witnessing a clash of worldviews on primetime
The goal needs to be a better quality relationship
Why can black actors play white roles but not the other way around?
You don’t have to be white to suffer from the affliction of ‘whiteness’
He encourages people to think for themselves, so he must be punched when down
Eddie Van Halen was a master at his craft
Bret Weinstein assembled a smorgasbord of mostly young African American academics in a fascinating two-hour round table discussion
Backstage at the Union the individualist’s individualist is readying himself for a possible avalanche of groupthink snowflakery
The hounding of Jordan Peterson
Where do you fit on the whiteness graph?
The House of Windsor must fall
A double-standard in colorblind casting
Are fake hate crimes still motivated by racism?
The truth about the Gen Z abstinence fad
Thought-provoking commentary and opinion on politics, books and the arts.