Edward Halligan, Author at The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
Edward Halligan
Edward Halligan was born in 1951, in Newport News, Virginia. His parents lived in Hampton, VA, and after his father completed his studies at what was then the National Institute of Aeronautics, on the G.I. Bill, the family returned to their hometown, Philadelphia. Halligan was educated in parochial schools and is a 1970 graduate of the Northeast Catholic High School for Boys. He received a B.A. at La Salle University and attended graduate school at the University of Pennsylvania. He resides in Philadelphia.
by | Jun 9, 2020

Turns out the the lid on the COVID-19 shutdown was not very tight, undone by the events of May 25, 2020, concerning the actions of a police officer in Minneapolis that caused, before our very eyes, the death of George…

by | Jun 1, 2020

In a strict sense, this is not a comment on how I’ve been spending my time during this pandemic, but how certain others might better spend theirs. In the days before the shutdown our lives were supposedly so busy many…

by | May 19, 2020

During the pandemic I’ve returned to my table saw, band saw, router, and even learned to use a sewing machine. This latter business was not of desire, but a matter of necessity. In late February, not knowing the full impact…

by | May 14, 2020

Like most in this country, I haven’t seen my barber for what seems like a decade. My fear is that if I don’t deal with this myself, I’ll wake up one morning looking like an aging hippie, e.g., David Crosby….

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