Evan Maguire

Evan Maguire is a graduate of American University and serves as The American Spectator’s editorial associate through the Young Writers Program. Follow him on Twitter.

EU Parliament Votes to Censure Orban’s Hungary


Earlier today, members of the European Parliament voted to censure the government of Hungary under EU Rule Article Seven. This is the first time the European Parliament has triggered Article Seven, though the European Commission did it to Poland in late 2017. Over two-thirds of the members of the European Parliament voted for this measure, […]

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Deep State Failure: John Brennan Down and Out


In a White House press briefing earlier today, Sarah Huckabee Sanders read a press release from President Trump that stated that former CIA director John Brennan has officially had his security clearance revoked. While Brennan is no longer a government employee, this action was unusual. As the statement noted, “Historically former heads of intelligence and […]

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Tommy Robinson

Here’s to You, Mr. Tommy Robinson


On Wednesday morning, Tommy Robinson was freed from the HMP Olney following a quick appeal of his contempt of court sentencing earlier this year. On May 25, Robinson was stopped by police while filming outside of a grooming gang trial at Leeds Crown Court. In the past few decades, thousands of British girls and young […]

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Daniel Ortega: A Cold War Communist is Still Killing People in Nicaragua


This week, Nicaraguans once again faced bloody violence at the hands of Daniel Ortega’s government. Protests against the government have been ongoing since April, but this week has been particularly bleak. On Friday, government forces attacked hundreds of protesting students from the National Autonomous University of Nicaragua. Many of these students hid in the Jesus […]

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Vietnamese Church

Vietnamese Religious Minorities Continue to Face Persecution


On Wednesday, July 11th, the United States Embassy in Vietnam issued a statement criticizing a decision by a Vietnamese appeals court to continue to detain three human rights activists for “propaganda against the State.” These activists were not part of some vast effort to topple the Communist regime in Vietnam, but rather, took issue with […]

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Christians Face More Threats Than Boko Haram in Nigeria


On Monday, Nigerian forces transferred 183 children to UNICEF and the civilian portions of the government. Unlike the United States, which has been detaining children due to immigration status, Nigeria was holding these children on suspicion of involvement with the barbaric Islamist group Boko Haram. When the children were no longer determined to be a […]

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European Union Reaches Migration Deal


On June 28 and 29, European leaders met in Brussels to discuss, among other things, the migrant crisis from Africa and the Middle East and those that have landed on Europe’s shores in recent years in search of refuge. This came at a particularly tense time, as Europeans at every level are divided on the issue. One […]

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American History Tellers: Revolution, A Must Listen Podcast for this Fourth of July


As the Fourth of July approaches, millions of Americans will be traveling around the country to visit friends and family and celebrate the start of our great nation. Even as they will take part in festivities in the days leading up to and following the Fourth, many of us will be stuck in traffic this […]

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Brian Stelter, CNN, and HuffPo: Stalkers and Conspiracy Theorists


The left of center media has become increasingly infected with Trump Derangement Syndrome. Over the past few years, previously legitimate news organizations and news personalities have gone off the deep end in their attempts to thwart the conservative wave that brought Trump into office and continues to roll across the country. Gossip and scandalous personal […]

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Terror Attacks Rock Indonesia’s Oppressed Christian Community


Last Sunday was marred by one of the bloodiest days in Indonesia in over a decade. Over a twenty-four-hour period, a dozen or so members of Jamaah Ansharut Daulah, an ISIS-affiliated group, carried out attacks on churches and a police station in Surabaya. The first attacks were carried out in quick succession on a Catholic, […]

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