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by | Mar 27, 2020

At a time of much national anxiety, we could all use a little levity. For our readers’ amusement, here’s a…

by | Jan 19, 2020

Death finds us all, but rarely is it as cruel as it was in taking Roger Scruton. He was the…

by | Jan 18, 2020

What is happening in Iran right now began this time 40 years ago. On November 4, 1979, Iranian militants seized…

by | Dec 24, 2019

According to the Dickens Society of London, there have been more than 3,000 adaptations of Charles Dickens’ works, most of…

by | Nov 27, 2019

John Simon, a prominent art, film, and books critic, died on Sunday in Valhalla, New York. He was 94. Simon…

by | Nov 15, 2019

Both America and The American Spectator have lost a friend and an important conservative intellectual: Peter Collier. He quietly passed…

by | Oct 12, 2019

This past week we’ve seen the lengths to which the Houston Rockets and the National Basketball Association will go to…

by | Oct 5, 2019

It was 30 years ago this fall that communism collapsed in Eastern Europe. One person who would have been thrilled…

by | Aug 31, 2019

It’s not every day that headlines tell us that a former Canadian prime minister has tweeted, as Hurricane Dorian approaches,…

by | Aug 10, 2019

He might not eagerly admit it, but the distinguished George Will has a long, storied history with this venerable publication…

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