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Amory Manuel
Amory Manuel is a recent graduate of the University of Michigan, where he studied history and computer science while serving as the Executive Editor of The Michigan Review. Amory is spending his summer at the Hertog Foundation, where he is studying the classics and political theory as a fellow in the Political Studies Program. Amory will begin his year-long fellowship at the Intercollegiate Studies Institute with the American Spectator this fall.
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by | Aug 23, 2019

Billionaire, philanthropist, and free-market conservative activist David Koch died today, according to a statement from his brother Charles Koch. Koch’s fortune of $42.4 billion in total, amassed through his 42 percent ownership in Koch Industries, made him the 17th richest…

by | Jul 9, 2019

Last Saturday, conservative journalist Andy Ngo was assaulted by a mob of masked protesters while covering an Antifa demonstration in Portland, Oregon. Ngo, a frequent critic of Antifa and other radical left-wing militant movements, was “punched in the head, covered…

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