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2022 was a hard year, but also a clarifying one
By Spectator Editorial
The Ukraine war reminds us we need it in abundance, whether we like it or not
Joe Biden launched into midterm campaigning with a strategy of demonization
The administration has had plenty of time to end this crisis
There’s a long overdue backlash brewing
Things feel different down there: more exciting, more open-minded, more American
Our federal policy has been shaped by the elderly and for the elderly
Plus: Biden and BTS
Plus: Not Cisneros and Cuellar’s first rodeo
Plus: The ‘Age of Scarcity’ looms and Ministry of Truth crashes and burns
Plus: Super-special ultra-MAGA Tuesday
Plus: the man’s approach to the abortion debate and adieu to the Trump DC hotel
Plus: Parents face baby formula shortages and pro-abortion protests hit Virginia
Plus: the nation divides over abortion and climate change talks heat up
Plus: Vance wins in Ohio and Trump wins all
Get set for the Great Reset
The hostage president
Biden fails to fill his office
Why ESG is sinister
As goes Florida…
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