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Teresa Mull is an assistant editor at The Spectator World.
What Kenneth Branagh has done to Poirot borders on literary mutiny
By Teresa Mull
The trend that spells doom for the country
A proper dose of guilt here in modern America might be just what we need
Mitch McConnell’s favorite whiskey is the very essence of our country’s rise and fall
The late great satirist chose pleasant ribbing over contempt, and made us all laugh along the way
Government should be small and entertaining — with the ability to bench and cut congressmen, of course
Makeup is a zillion-dollar American industry but get ready to lose your self-esteem
It’s a charming escape from all the virtue-signaling and haranguing — which is why the elite critics hate it
The snitches came for Morgan Wallen — until his fans fought back
The best part of being a child should make a return to adult life — if only for a day
Time to get rid of the ‘athleisure’ wear and start caring about our appearances again
Why can’t companies retain truckers? One reason is that a bureaucratic mandate has changed the industry
It’s a bittersweet time, a nostalgic one, when we come home to our true selves
This is how people communicate when authorities become repressive and speech is covered up
There’s a reason we need that escapism
Diners: the least woke places in America
Why does Hollywood ruin literature’s best characters?
America’s rural population is shrinking
‘Let’s go Brandon’ is a rallying cry for freedom
Big government is ruining trucking
Heading west to escape liberal tyranny
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