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Podcasts from Spectator writers
The politics of relocating pups
By Kat Rosenfield
It’s not going to happen
Rebellion used to be sexy, and bad used to be so, so good
A foolish flirtation, an old tweet, a professional miscalculation that aged poorly: it’s all there, ready to be exhumed and trotted out
Lindsey Boylan accused the New York governor of sexual harassment on Twitter. But she doesn’t want to talk to the press about it
As inclusion initiatives go, this is about as cheap as it gets
As the first round of polls close and we await the results, I understand that I have no idea what’s going to happen
After four years of dialed-up-to-11 political engagement, does all that energy just evaporate?
At last, we’ve got him
Tech bros have declared NYC dead — now they’re coming for my Suburban Lifestyle Dream
When did the Washington Post become a high school burn-book?
On Twitter, rudeness doesn’t launch a controversy half as well as another R-word
Liberals as a whole still tend to believe that people (and the art they make) deserve to be judged individually and on their own merits
Marilyn Manson and the death of the bad boy
Stop trying to make ‘sexy Prince William’ happen
Jared Porter’s cold-storage cancellation
Who let the dogs out?
Stephen King and the warped morality of identity politics
What does Andrew Cuomo’s accuser want?
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