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Podcasts from Spectator writers
The Biden presidency has donned Jimmy Carter’s cardigan of shame in only nine months
By The Editors
We are not yet a year into this presidency, but it is already in trouble
9/11 was the last time the country was truly united in its response to anything
If America is to remain a superpower, the age of elective wars must end
Don’t expect any meaningful solutions to the world’s biggest problems
It’s unfashionable to worry about inflation. It’s also right
The American right is ideologically confused
The new administration is dangerously addicted to sentimentality
In its desire to reverse the days of Trump, the Biden administration may mistake sentimentality for foreign policy
Just two years from now, the only surviving relic of Trump’s policy agenda may be his 2017 tax cut
Under Biden, expect intoxicated self-righteousness to make a comeback
It is obvious that mass mail-in voting and days of drawn-out counting maximize opportunities for chicanery
American democracy, American power and influence are not dying, and neither are they under threat
The promise to live and let live rather than treat every political battle as all-out war to the death is breaking down
Republicans are as guilty as Democrats of allowing the riots to flourish for political gain
How the border crisis could define Biden’s presidency
Joe Biden and the magic money nightmare
America isn’t back. Global grandstanding is
Grand Old Problem
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