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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.
The Biden administration apparently — and nobody else
By Amber Athey
The congresswoman uses a sexual assault claim as a political cudgel
The public-facing members of the Biden family seem to have serious credibility issues
One of the bartenders put her head in her hands and started crying
The network published a bogus story on COVID vaccine distribution
The US will return to a global order that has failed to provide tangible benefit for Americans
The pre-inauguration lockdown of DC is an overreaction
Inside the fiscal cold war
The rioters have created a near untenable situation for their allies in power
Trump supporters have stormed the Capitol building
The people who drive across the country to see Trump have no loyalty to the GOP
The most important income group in American society is being strangled. Nobody in Washington seems to mind
Is Gabbard plotting a populist takeover?
The media and experts claimed he’d need a ‘miracle’
‘Is it the worship or the building?’
There is evidence, actually
EXCLUSIVE: Trump slashed aid to China by 52 percent
The problem with the NYT’s Taylor Lorenz
AOC’s body politics
Gina Carano wasn’t fired over a Holocaust meme
When does the media cover a horrific crime?
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