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

‘No fair basis’ for canceling presidential debate, says Scott Atlas

‘At this point, we have to call a lie a lie’

By Amber Athey

Politics

Scott Atlas blasts critics of Trump’s comeback rally

‘I don’t even know what the controversy is about’

By Amber Athey

Politics

Pence takes Harris to the cleaners in VP debate

But most of the media will fashion Harris into a girlboss who resisted Pence’s mansplaining efforts

By Amber Athey

Politics

Here’s what to expect from VP Pence at tonight’s debate

Will Pence again be the yin to Trump’s yang?

By Amber Athey

Tech

House Republicans accuse Democrats of ignoring censorship in Big Tech report

‘Democrats have rejected opportunities to explore concerns about bias’

By Amber Athey

Politics

The hypocritical oath

Has expert medical opinion become indistinguishable from political punditry?

By Amber Athey

Media

‘The Melania Tapes’ reveal she’s even cooler than we thought

Stephanie Winston Wolkoff and CNN made a major miscalculation

By Amber Athey

Politics

Trump campaign urges staffers exposed to COVID to self-quarantine

Bill Stepien also advised that some public events through the campaign would be ‘taken down’

By Amber Athey

Politics

Trump was his own worst enemy in the first debate

The President squandered numerous opportunities to let Biden hang himself with his own words

By Amber Athey

Politics

Trump and Biden campaigns argue over rules hours before first debate

Drug tests, ear pieces and COVID-19 deaths are allegedly all on the table

By Amber Athey

Politics

The Trump campaign’s best line of attack against Joe Biden

Biden has built his career on being dishonest to working-class Americans

By Amber Athey

Politics

Joe Biden is retired

The campaign has called nine early press lids this month

By Amber Athey

Politics

Democrats must face their own SCOTUS hypocrisy

They’ve changed their tune since 2016

By Amber Athey

Politics

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg dead at 87

‘My most fervent wish is that I will not be replaced until a new president is installed’

By Amber Athey

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