Spectacle Blog
by Larry Thornberry | Jan 15, 2020

Former Red Sox manager Alex Cora is the latest victim of the latest sign-stealing flap in Major League Baseball. The Sawks sacked Cora on Tuesday after former Astros manager A. J. Hinch was cashiered on Monday, all based on MLB’s…

by Larry Thornberry | Jan 14, 2020

You saw it here first. You won’t see it anywhere else. Yet another American Spectator exclusive. On this morning’s web, The American Spectator’s able editorial director Wlady Pleszczynski has found and presented for our amazement an image few in the known…

by Larry Thornberry | Jan 12, 2020

Marianne, we hardly knew ye. Just as well, I guess. My only concern is who will Shirley MacLaine vote for now. La Williamson’s departure was inevitable, of course. Mars is out of line with the Moon, and Venus is very…

by Larry Thornberry | Jan 4, 2020

A friend of mine in Seattle liked my Don Larsen column and related an experience he had about three years ago. He and his grandson were on a fishing trip and stopped into a pizzeria in Blanchard, Idaho (2010 population…

by Larry Thornberry | Jan 2, 2020

Fine job by our George Neumayr this a.m. pinning the tail on a leftist donkey trying to fly under the political radar. Joe Biden has been attempting to pass as a “moderate” while at the same time embracing every leftist…

by George Parry | Dec 20, 2019

Just when you thought the House Democrats’ slapstick impeachment show couldn’t sink any further into low comedy, along comes Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s threat to embargo the articles of impeachment unless the Republican-controlled Senate establishes removal trial procedures to her liking….

by Jeremy Lott | Dec 19, 2019

Many, many people will be packing out movie theaters this weekend to take in the new Star Wars flick: The Rise of Skywalker. I will not be among them, and I think my reasons are shared by many. 1. They haven’t…

by Rachel Tripp | Dec 19, 2019

It’s no secret that college is too expensive for most people. As of 2019, over 45 million people have borrowed for school. It makes sense, then, that the debate around debt forgiveness has become a polarizing focal point of national conversation,…

by Melissa Mackenzie | Dec 19, 2019

Still President.         P.S. Nancy’s now holding things up. Is this a joke? Democrats impeach the President without alleging a single crime, with a bipartisan coalition voting AGAINST, and now don’t have the guts to actually try…

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