Anastasiia Rusanova, Author at The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
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Anastasiia Rusanova
Anastasiia Rusanova is a member of The American Spectator’s Young Writers Program. She was a summer 2020 editorial intern at The American Spectator.
by | Aug 11, 2020

Many parents and teachers are not sure what school will look like this fall. Some schools have announced their readiness to start the year remote-only. The others have opted for partial reopening at limited capacity with a “hybrid” learning model…

by | Jul 21, 2020

How does the city of Washington, D.C., plan to make up for the financial hit from coronavirus? By putting new taxes on local advertising.  On July 7, the Washington, D.C. Council voted in favor of approving the Fiscal Year 2021…

by | Jul 20, 2020

Last summer, the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) sent 10,000 warning letters to suspected American cryptocurrency owners advising them to pay their taxes on digital currency under the threat of penalties and criminal charges. On Tax Day, July 15, one of…

by | Jul 15, 2020

A number of colleges around the country are temporarily loosening their standardized testing requirements amid the coronavirus pandemic. All eight Ivy League schools will be test-optional for the coming admissions cycle. Initially, this applied only to SAT and ACT exams….

by | Jul 13, 2020

The Associated Press and other major American media outlets have started to capitalize “black” when referring to groups in racial, ethnic, or cultural terms, in response to the killing of George Floyd and the subsequent global reckoning with race relations….

by | Jul 10, 2020

The Maryland district court has ruled some of the Small Business Administration’s (SBA) eligibility restrictions for acquiring a Paycheck Protection Program loan under the CARES Act to be illegitimate. The SBA was recently caught moving the goalposts on giving loans…

by | Jun 30, 2020

Since George Floyd’s death, the Black Lives Matter movement and its ardent supporters have gone on a witch hunt against everyone who dares to disagree with them. In the past month, many university and school faculty members have been attacked…

by | Jun 29, 2020

Sunday evening, a St. Louis couple, Mark and Patricia McCloskey, owners and attorneys at McCloskey Law Center, pointed an AR-15 and a handgun at protesters breaking in and marching through their closed community’s private property. About 500 people walked into a gated…

by | Jun 25, 2020

For almost two weeks now, protesters have been trying to create a parallel country in Seattle’s Capitol Hill area, called CHAZ/CHOP — first the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone, since renamed the Capitol Hill Occupied Protest. The revolutionaries claim they crave…

by | Jun 19, 2020

While we in the West are guessing who will win the 2020 U.S. presidential election, in Russia the picture is once again pretty clear. It seems that President Vladimir Putin, who has already been in power for 20 years —…

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