Our October issue is out now!
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.
Was not even my dog immune from the self-righteous?
By Teresa Mull
I watched one so you don’t have to — and I learned nothing
Tuesday’s primaries show he’s not infallible but still very, very influential
Republicans defy 45 to support Kathy Barnette
Family — long since gone — comes alive every spring
The Kentucky Derby is the perfect fix for our social media gloominess
The sport keeps punishing drivers for harmless words and stereotypes
John Fetterman wears Carhartt but that doesn’t mean he’s the real deal
The world is getting louder, but no one is listening
Race-baiters are scraping the bottom of the coffee pot
We’ve forgotten how to suffer well
Science & Tech
A wind company gets fined because its turbines are slaughtering eagles
We should leverage their massive egos for our own advantage
Remote work will geographically polarize the country even more
Not just politicians but artists are fighting back against its unreasonable demands
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
Thought-provoking commentary and opinion on politics, books and the arts.