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Podcasts from Spectator writers
The narrow presidential election reveals a country divided
By Ben Sixsmith
It’s hard not to admire people who get rich and say whatever they want
No more will the tyranny of extra federal holidays threaten the United States
In practice, calling someone a Karen is just an excuse to abuse a middle-aged woman
The right has never managed to adapt to not being the establishment
The Nineties began in hope but ended in disaster
For radical leftists to establish their own territory is, frankly, refreshing
London protesters are outraged about events in the US
Across Europe, a grim sport has been made out of catching experts and authorities not following their own rules
No single factor explains it
Incitements to civil war, no matter how ironic, can be troubling. But state overreactions to perceived extremists tend to be worse
With virtual reality we can not only visit London, New York and Paris, but make them better
Two years on from Bari Weiss’s New York Times essay, there are still several unanswered questions
The conspiracy theory right is addicted to crazy ideas about a drug
Don’t Burn This Book: Thinking for Yourself in an Age of Unreason by Dave Rubin reviewed
Fear and adrenochrome
The sad irony of celebrity pastors
What is the Great Reset?
Hi, historian here…
The trouble with the Petersons’ ‘carnivore diet’
Does anybody practice what they preach?
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