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

A night in Elizabeth Warren’s Arlington stronghold

‘She does really well with party activists’

By Amber Athey

Politics

Trump campaign hits the media where it hurts — in court

Could Trump be gagging the people who, by endlessly and unfairly tarring him, make him look better than he is?

By Amber Athey

Media

What’s the real reason for Chris Matthews’s MSNBC exit?

If MSNBC didn’t care about Matthews’s alleged transgressions in 2017, why would they care now?

By Amber Athey

Middle East

BREAKING: Pompeo to sign historic peace agreement with Taliban

Talks resumed after the Taliban promised that they would be open to reducing violence

By Amber Athey

Politics

Rough justice with Donald Trump

Inside Trump’s repeated clashes with the judicial system

By Amber Athey

Politics

Bless their hearts: every Democrat is a loser in South Carolina

What these candidates lack in ideas they certainly don’t make up for in personality

By Amber Athey

Internet

Quaden Bayles is a victim — of exploitation

The video of him crying is essentially trauma porn

By Amber Athey

Fast and furious: Trump revs up his base at Daytona 500

Trump is on a sporting event hot streak

By Amber Athey

Politics

Did Roger Stone do anything wrong?

The facts suggest he was railroaded over his political inclinations

By Amber Athey

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

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