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Matt Purple is the online editor of The Spectator’s World edition.
House Republicans have a leadership problem
By Matt Purple
Biden’s fight to save his mask mandate is all about power
Science & Tech
Blue-checks are freaking out over his offer to buy Twitter — but Weimar this is not
Weariness with, and wariness of, the Cold War was very real and ought to give us pause
At a time of elite corruption, panels of ordinary people keep getting it right
Will Smith is banned from the Oscars as everyone else tries to learn lessons that aren’t there
Barack jokes about ‘Vice President Biden’ but his liberalism is in control
Disney leans in to identity politics and invites its own demise
The president can’t stop undermining his own policy with gaffes
The last thing we need is our justices behaving like senators
Joe Biden’s incoherence on energy has contributed to our pain at the pump
Mitt Romney calls Tulsi Gabbard ‘treasonous’ as war becomes an excuse for the lazy
America can’t just point-and-click a no-fly zone into Ukraine
His Russia is not some Trumpist paradise but a tyranny of the security bureaucracy
For a brief moment, Congress seemed united. Then came everything else
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
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