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Matt Purple is the online editor of The Spectator’s World edition.
A new Covid variant arrives, but just how hysterical should we be?
By Matt Purple
By dealing in caricatures, they cause us to caricature each other. Then comes dinner
Paul Gosar gets censured as our legislative body focuses like a laser on what matters
Science & Tech
Our own Dr. Frankenstein wants to innovate the world away — again
America’s most undiplomatic politician heads to France to unwind a diplomatic faux pas
MSNBC did not handle Glenn Youngkin’s win well
His campaign exuded weirdness because Democrats have lost touch
America’s most haunted place makes for great storytelling
Facebook overhauled our social contract and unleashed forces it can’t control
Matt Purple, Amber Athey and guest Nate Hochman of the National Review discuss the revelation that Loudoun County schools may have concealed a rape in the service of woke ideology.
The Nineties were the first decade of the 21st century
Biden and company sneer at inflation but the public may not be buying what they’re selling
A coach is humiliated for behaving badly, but maybe not every lout should be caught
Anthony Fauci wants to flatten the curve over the holidays, but Americans are no longer listening
A response to that New York Times essay defending divorce as empowerment
How Jon Stewart killed comedy
Joe Biden’s history tour from hell
Is Biden’s inflated presidency about to burst?
The mask is slipping, Dr Fauci…
No to policing the world
Andrew Cuomo: the Princess Di of the Plague
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