Amber Athey

Amber Athey is The Spectator’s Washington editor. She is a Tony Blankley fellow at the Steamboat Institute and the host of the Unfit to Print podcast.

Politics

Where was the media on this act of political violence?

It doesn’t count when it’s committed by leftists

By Amber Athey

Politics

Trump steals the Dems’ spotlight at New Hampshire rally

‘We have the highest poll numbers we’ve ever had — thank you, Nancy, very much’

By Amber Athey

Politics

Pelosi ‘might as well rip up any plans for attracting independent voters’, says Trump spox

The House speaker tore up her copy of Trump’s State of the Union address

By Amber Athey

Media

Progressive Twitter celebrates Rush Limbaugh’s cancer diagnosis

How much must leftists be hurting to take delight in such a thing?

By Amber Athey

Internet

The left’s real cause is muzzling its opponents

The kind of people who want to cancel someone are looking not for an apology, but for vengeance

By Amber Athey

Politics

The sad death of the Femocrats

Democratic voters are getting sick of watching so-called empowered women explain away their failures as bigotry

By Amber Athey

Media

Good riddance to the Newseum

The shrine to the importance of ‘journalism’ was doomed from the outset

By Amber Athey

Internet

Actually, the husband in the Peloton commercial is a hero

This man spent nearly $3,000 on the Instagram-worthy exercise machine of the bourgeoisie

By Amber Athey

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