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Our writers hold no party line; their only allegiance is to clarity of thought, elegance of expression and independence of opinion.
Teresa Mull is an assistant editor at The Spectator World.
It affects main street far more than big corporations
By Teresa Mull
Drugs are bad, m’kay?
Another gun shows up and the mass shooting ends
Consumerism, technology, sex, drugs — these things can’t give us happiness
Homogenized modern vehicles have made driving mundane
What is a cattle drive without good neighbors?
Our patriotic tradition of blowing things up must be protected
Modern work life can be soulless but this isn’t why
Fox News canceled him for being too pro-life
Anything that gets the federal government to stop ‘working’
It’s vague because the substance isn’t the point
Social isolation? Check. Disrupted supply chain? Check. Crime spike? It’s coming
Being a ‘fat activist’ is a thing now
Joe Biden doesn’t trust you
It’s technically a chore, but more leisure activity than work
Why does Hollywood ruin literature’s best characters?
Diners: the least woke places in America
America’s rural population is shrinking
Political debates have become unwatchable
Why woke culture wants you to be fat
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