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Podcasts from Spectator writers
‘Rush Limbaugh on decaf’ doesn’t seem right for this political moment
By Matt Purple
What if the paranoid style in American politics is sometimes correct?
At some point, the President has to confront fiscal reality
To be a dad, frankly, is to sometimes feel hapless, or at least peripheral
Stewart became a prominent progressive voice, a pundit screaming into the void
Men can be just as totalitarian, petty, shrewish, haranguing and busybodied as women
Americans have an obligation to make California elections as wildly entertaining as possible
It’s conservatives versus woke capitalism
Politics has grown more zero-sum and Machiavellian
It would be good for business
Science & Tech
He’s a cable-news star first and a scientist second
The rise of the New York governor never had anything to do with reality
Sending the President back to high school is a charmless and patronizing thing
A lack of concern about government overreach is good news for Biden
Biden’s foreign policy is rooted in the mythology of the Cold War
How Jon Stewart killed comedy
No to policing the world
The mask is slipping, Dr Fauci…
Andrew Cuomo: the Princess Di of the Plague
Matt Gaetz and the death of the Republican sex scandal
Is Biden’s inflated presidency about to burst?
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