George Neumayr

George Neumayr, a contributing editor to The American Spectator, is co-author of No Higher Power: Obama’s War on Religious Freedom.


Shrill Hillary’s Cheap Shots


The grimier Hillary’s campaign gets, the whiter her outfits become. Looking like a white-suited Las Vegas magician (when the camera panned out), Hillary at the final debate in Nevada was again shrill and scripted, and oddly defensive for a candidate the chattering class has already crowned president. No sooner had the debate ended than the […]

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Anti-Trump Feminism’s Fever Pitch


In 1998, Nina Burleigh, speaking for feminists in the mainstream media, said of Bill Clinton, “I would be happy to give him a blowjob just to thank him for keeping abortion legal. I think American women should be lining up with their Presidential kneepads on to show their gratitude for keeping the theocracy off our […]

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Trump, Hillary, and Dishonest Abe


The most spontaneous moment of Sunday’s debate came after Hillary Clinton outrageously enlisted the memory of Abraham Lincoln to explain away her penchant for lying. Trump had the presence of mind to expose her gall in turning “Honest Abe” into a dishonest pol like her. As he delivered that blow, Hillary’s frozen smile turned sour — […]

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Able Slays Kaine


“Did you work on that a long time?” That Reaganesque rejoinder from Mike Pence — one of many — effectively put Tim Kaine in his place during a debate that exposed the depths of the Hillary campaign’s demagogic cheapness. Pence looked like a statesman; Kaine, rudely interrupting him for much of the debate, looked like a clumsy hatchet […]

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Three Parent Babies? Our Macabre New World


In the “Body&Soul” section of the New York Post this week, a story appeared that reported an increase in parties and products tailored to couples that wish to make “child-free announcements.” These couples, according to the story, are purchasing “vasectomy cakes” for parties, along with “Cats, Not Brats” helium balloons. Writer Anna Davies recounts a […]

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The Stale and Scripted Hillary


“He loves beauty contests, supporting them and hanging around them,” said Hillary Clinton late in Monday’s debate, as she desperately retailed every cheap shot advisers had drilled into her. The “he” in question wasn’t her womanizing husband in the front row but Donald Trump. Hillary’s resort to smears and her reliance on a painfully stale […]

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Eugenic Hillary’s Pitch to the Disabled


The Washington Post calls Hillary Clinton’s pitch to the disabled “unusual,” describing it as part of her bid to appear more positive and compassionate. Not mentioned in the article is the stance that makes her outreach to the handicapped particularly unusual: she never wanted them born. Recall the position she took during the debate in […]

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Hillary’s Submission to Militant Muslims


In her infamous lecture about “smart power” in 2014, Hillary Clinton said that American leaders must “understand” and “empathize” with Islamic terrorists. She has the empathy down but not the understanding. She still can’t grasp the obvious theological motivation of the Islamic terrorists, which comes not from what they read in American newspapers but from […]

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Scenes From The Ruling Class


Colin Powell has long presented himself to the world as a figure of singular probity, too morally unimpeachable for the grimy world of elective politics. His fawning admirers in the chattering class have fostered this fiction for years. Before this week’s story over his hacked -mails, they politely averted their gaze from a similar hack […]

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The Gasping and Grasping of Hillary


It sometimes happens in politics that a truth proves more useful than a lie. For unscrupulous pols like the Clintons, that is the only basis for regretting a lie. Hillary’s aides are kicking themselves over the pneumonia story not because they concealed it but because telling the truth would have spared them a lot of trouble. Had […]

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