Trump is so divisive that the networks couldn’t agree on who he was dividing
Life & Arts Podcast: Heather Mac Donald on pandering to race and gender, and how it corrupts the university
This week on the Spectator USA Life & Arts podcast, I’m casting the pod with Heather Mac Donald. A scholar…
It feels like a media Democrat’s idea of a shot for the sweet spot and the middle ground
The Other Side of the Wind reviewed
The President of the United States lives in a bubble smaller than that of the saddest alt-righter
This week’s guest: Matthew Hennessey, author of Zero Hour for Gen X: How the Last Adult Generation Can Save America from the Millennials
The Old Man and the Gun reviewed
From paranoid style to paranoid acts
This is what you get when you permit the impoverishment of an entire continent, and then exploit the undocumented labour of those able to escape
How can politically correct universities take money from Mohammed bin Salman?
Bad Times at the El Royale reviewed
‘I think the common theme in everything that I’ve done, really, is: what makes people believe the extraordinary things they do believe?’
Stephen Castle has painted a picture of a Britain in panic based off a Facebook group of 1,200 people
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are delighted to confirm to the public that it All Works Down There
Boot socks the Republicans and dips a toe among the Democrats, but can he find a footing?
Gandhi: The Years That Changed the World: 1914–1948 by Ramachandra Guha reviewed
Private Life reviewed
‘Don’t quote me. They would kill me’: A professor speaks about Brett Kavanaugh and #MeToo at Harvard
Is the Harvard Law campaign against Brett Kavanaugh opening the door to an inquisition that could lay waste to its senior faculty?
‘Tell ‘em Lindsey sent you!’ he squeaked, offering himself up like a human sacrifice on the altar of entertainment
The Prime Minister’s UN gambit exposes her as an unreliable, unsuitable partner
In conversation with Roger Scruton
I believe her