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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.
‘Is it the worship or the building?’
By Amber Athey
‘Why do schools censor themselves? They often do it out of fear of offending China,’ says Mike Pompeo
If you’re hoping for a show that requires your blanket be used to cover your eyes, skip this one
What will the networks talk about if they’re not melting down over Trump?
Why throw away the Senate?
A tour of the White House Christmas decorations
He is willing to start the Biden transition
Rudy Giuliani gave examples of voter fraud during his presser at RNC HQ
Plumbers and retail workers will pay for the degrees of doctors and lawyers
Americans have had enough of arbitrary lockdown rules
Every institution has been against the President at every turn
To be successful, Biden needs to forge his own legacy separate from Trump
They struck a $1.95 billion deal with the Trump administration in July
If Biden does pull off a win, he may owe a big thank you to white men
The Biden campaign’s ground game seems too little too late
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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