The Bootblack Stand

The Bootblack Stand

The Bootblack Stand

By From the October 2013 issue

Dr. George Washington Plunkitt, our prize-winning political analyst, has recently retired from a staff position with the House Ethics Committee and is working on volume eight of his memoirs, tentatively titled Angela’s Rashes. But he has graciously consented to once again advise American statespersons in these times of trouble. Address all correspondence to The Bootblack Stand, c/o plunkitt@spectator.org.

The Bootblack Stand

Of Wizards and Weapons

By From the May 2013 issue

Dr. George Washington Plunkitt, our prize-winning political analyst, has recently retired from a staff position with the House Ethics Committee and is working on volume four of his memoirs, tentatively titled Spandex: The Secret Diaries. But he has graciously consented to once again advise American statespersons in these times of trouble.

The Bootblack Stand

Of Wombats and Women

By From the April 2013 issue

Dr. George Washington Plunkitt, our prize-winning political analyst, has recently retired from a staff position with the House Ethics Committee and is working on volume three of his memoirs, tentatively titled The Education of Gomez Addams. But he has graciously consented to once again advise American statesmen in these times of trouble.

The Bootblack Stand

Of Steroids and Semiautomatics

By From the March 2013 issue

Dr. George Washington Plunkitt, our prize-winning political analyst, has recently retired from a staff position with the House Ethics Committee and is working on volume two of his memoirs, tentatively titled Derision Points. But he has graciously consented to once again advise American statesmen in these times of trouble.

The Bootblack Stand

Of Ruffled Feathers and Carnivores

By From the February 2013 issue

Dr. George Washington Plunkitt, our prize-winning political analyst, has recently retired from a staff position with the House Ethics Committee and is working on volume one of his memoirs, tentatively titled Screams From My Father. But he has graciously consented to once again advise American statesmen in these times of trouble.

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