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Podcasts from Spectator writers
Stephen L. Miller is a Spectator contributing editor.
The departing CNN chief turned cable news into WWE
By Stephen L. Miller
Neil Young heads a band of censorious anti-Spotify snowflakes
Better that than suffer another terrible news cycle
Science & Tech
Fauci believes himself to be the spokesperson for ‘science itself’
Just as under Obama, the Biden administration seems to think it can stop Putin by tweeting
Pundits fantasized that he was a competent politician. Reality bites
They suggest something nefarious was up on the lab leak theory yet the press has refused to notice
‘Shut down the virus’ will be remembered as the most damning moment in political history since ‘read my lips’
CNN has declared the agency ‘a punchline,’ but that has more to do with politics than health
There are even questions as to whether merchandise was fashioned with forced labor
Let asymptomatic sportsmen play
Will the veteran ‘straight news’ man let CNN soil his reputation?
The people who were skeptical all along of the actor’s lies are not at fault
Our media obsess over Pizzagate but barely mention Ghislaine Maxwell
Tragedies without a racial or political angle will always be glossed over
Are you ready for the climate lockdowns?
Stephen L. Miller
Rotten Tomatoes and the cultural gap between critics and audiences
Fauci must answer for his role in Wuhan’s COVID lab
The media’s ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ lunacy
Halle Berry and the death of acting
Don’t let the media get away with U-turning on the lab leak theory
Thought-provoking commentary and opinion on politics, books and the arts.