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Podcasts from Spectator writers
Whom we honor and whom we cast out are decisions that may have little to do with who people really are
By Peter Wood
Rather than facing up to the threat China poses on American college campuses, the White House seems to want us to get along happily with our friends across the Taiwan Strait
The evil that we saw at a Texas synagogue is not senseless. It is self-gratifying
And cool it with the Covid hysteria
Science & Tech
My run-in with the late sociobiologist
At its best, the discipline taught us that our follies are as universal as our aspirations
To set fire to a public Christmas tree is to express destructive glee against the sentiments of the season
It’s always easier to feel certain about that which is uncertain. Just ask Joe Biden
Moderation is for milquetoasts
Followers of the style guide don’t understand what a versatile, vigorous sentence can do
‘Liberal educators’ might sneer but they’re very worried
These battles, typically over race, sexuality and national identity, are defining issues for our time
The real reason for the swing among swing voters is the Gestalt sense that we are heading downhill in a hurry
She wants to persuade voters to ignore the story about a ninth-grade girl who was raped in a Loudoun County school restroom
We have the Delta strain of freedom
Joe Biden, high priest of the cult of woke
The University of Austin: a meteor aimed at higher ed?
Old Glory, new anger
Anthropology has turned its back on its legacy
Biden’s CRT plan for the schools
Meet the CRT burghers
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