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Podcasts from Spectator writers
The trial of the Mexican drug lord showed how far from a Robin Hood figure he really was
By Rob Crilly
Corporate political action committee donations make up a tiny amount of most candidates’ war chests
A new poll indicates an increase in support for his border security plans in battleground states
The politicization of the Supreme Court cuts both ways
Doesn’t America already have enough fruit-based IPAs?
Our disrupting tech titans have come up with something so new that only the whole of the rest of the world has already heard of it
With a prime time audience, the President could back down and still declare victory. To him, however, compromise is for losers.
Dropping an f-bomb is the surest way to fire up your supporters
The hideously false El Chapo myth
How the shutdown helped Trump
The sideways thinking of Silicon Valley
The Lego-cy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Swearing in politics is as American as apple-f***ing-pie
How Trump can win tonight – but won’t
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