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Matt Purple is the online editor of The Spectator’s World edition.
Defiance of pointy-headed authority is in America’s very marrow
By Matt Purple
Choking a Secret Service agent? Possible perjury? Reality is channeling ‘24’
Tell your viewers conservatives are Neanderthals and they just might get complacent
On a beautiful day in Washington, the Supreme Court strikes down Roe v. Wade
How can he hope to make himself heard over Trump and DeSantis?
It’s a richer time in your life, when you find fulfillment in the mundane
Movies and video games didn’t cause Uvalde but the questions don’t end there
When everything is collapsing, you hit the road
Behind all the guns lurks a post-Covid nihilism that may be difficult to cure
The New York Times says America’s battles are spreading to other countries
The Democrats’ abortion bill is unlike anything America has ever seen
America is stuck in the past, just not in the way pro-choicers think
The end of Roe could be the beginning of a revolution in how we think
Buckeye State Republicans deserved better than they got in their Senate primary
Fear of global warming is freaking out the privileged
How MSNBC accidentally killed Roe
How Jon Stewart killed comedy
The left’s Nicene Creed
Joe Biden’s history tour from hell
Our Handmaid’s Tale hysteria
Our puritanical left-wing elect
Thought-provoking commentary and opinion on politics, books and the arts.