Quin Hillyer, Author at The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
Quin Hillyer
by | Apr 24, 2019

Monday’s release of the annual report from the trustees of Social Security and Medicare reminds us, this time all the more urgently, that Congress and the president are derelict in their duty. Without concerted action of the sort Ronald Reagan,…

by | Nov 30, 2018

It will come as no surprise that if I am recommending books to give as Christmas presents, I enthusiastically recommend my own. Please allow, then, a somewhat deep dive into my “Accidental Prophet” trilogy: 1) Mad Jones, Heretic. 2) Mad Jones,…

by | Nov 21, 2018

It’s time to do my part to revive The American Spectator’s long and rich tradition of compiling excellent reading lists for Christmas. This time I do it with a twist, though. Some of the books I’ll list here are ones I haven’t quite finished yet, and…

by | Nov 13, 2018

What better person could there be to run House Republicans’ internal think tank than one of the founding fathers of the State Policy Network (SPN) of conservative think tanks that for nearly 30 years has spawned successful conservative reforms coast to coast?

by | Oct 10, 2018

The Louisiana Superdome was rocking Monday night as only a New Orleans venue can rock, celebrating not just a 43-19 slaughter of the Washington Redskins but the epic accomplishment of quarterback Drew Brees setting the all-time NFL passing yardage record….

by | Oct 5, 2018

A reasonable, objective, establishment media would have spent far more time than it has in delving into Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s background and credibility, and her veracity under oath — especially if they think it relevant to endlessly parse Brett…

by | Oct 3, 2018

Even with Christine Blasey Ford being favored by every unwritten rule about assessing sex-related allegations, her stories fall almost completely apart under rational analysis. According to today’s rules that are politically correct (and humane and rational, if not taken too…

by | Sep 27, 2018

The Ryder Cup begins Friday with the most impressive U.S. team since 1981, after three straight golf seasons of dramatic storylines and an exciting cast of superstars, capped by a return to the winner’s circle by some guy named Tiger….

by | Aug 15, 2018

Fresh on the heels of lamenting the Aug. 6 death of former U.S. Sen. Paul Laxalt, known as Ronald Reagan’s “best friend in politics,” I found myself last Friday looking at a hand-written sentence from Reagan to Laxalt. On an otherwise…

by | Mar 7, 2018

Game. On. In golf, that is. As the PGA Tour returns to its accustomed March sojourns in Florida, its season is shaping up to be a second consecutive dance of high drama, with the most intriguing conglomeration of great plotlines…

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