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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 South Dakota governor actually embraces tenets of Trumpism, rather than mentioning them when it suits her career
By Amber Athey
‘An unending list of Washington DC insiders’
To triumph, the President needs to offer winning policies for sensible, everyday Americans
The film’s celebration by the entertainment industry reveals a sick society
Once again, progressives are snubbed
Perhaps voters just don’t buy that someone who served as vice president to the first black president could be racist
Trump’s executive order has 51 percent support
An Emerson poll has him within the margin of error
Trump unveils manufacturing promises for a second term
Their first guest is Donald Trump Jr
The President wants a Biden VP candidate who convinces diehard ideologues to stay home
County officials crack down on outdoor congregating
Politicians have decided that celebrity affords them the right to override the onerous restrictions on funerals
The latest claims against the network are riddled with basic factual errors
Insiders cautiously optimistic about campaign shakeup
There is evidence, actually
EXCLUSIVE: Trump slashed aid to China by 52 percent
AOC’s body politics
Gina Carano wasn’t fired over a Holocaust meme
The problem with the NYT’s Taylor Lorenz
CNN is already running PR for the Biden admin
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