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Teresa Mull is an assistant editor at The Spectator World.
The best part of being a child should make a return to adult life — if only for a day
By Teresa Mull
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
They’re dehumanizing, boring and treat you like the nanny state
If we can agree on one thing, it should be that nature is worth preserving
Get ready for decadent food, free speech and plenty of griping about Nancy Pelosi
From self defense to funding fire departments, they’re woven into the culture of red America
The town John Fetterman ran is in ruins
Why does Hollywood ruin literature’s best characters?
Diners: the least woke places in America
Political debates have become unwatchable
America’s rural population is shrinking
Why woke culture wants you to be fat
Thought-provoking commentary and opinion on politics, books and the arts.