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On Monday I will begin a new job at RealClearPolitics, meaning that today is my last day at The American Spectator.
I would like to thank you, the readers, for supporting our work and coming back to read us day after day. It’s been a privilege to write about national politics for you, and am grateful for the opportunity.
Speaking of which, I’d also like to thank the editors of The American Spectator for giving me that opportunity. They took me on when I was a week out of college, and badly ignorant of politics and journalism. I’m sure I wouldn’t have been able to get a start in writing without their willingness to be patient with me. In particular, I’m grateful to Wlady, with whom I spent many late nights working on the magazine to make sure it went to the printer on time — an experience that I’ll miss. You may or may not have been aware of this, but any content you read in The American Spectator or on Spectator.org ultimately reflects Wlady’s handiwork.
If you would like to keep up with my work (please do!), I’ll continue to be active on twitter. You can also email me here. And I’m sure that my byline will continue to pop up here at The Spectator from time to time…