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In Print — Summer 2020
by | Aug 3, 2020

What can you say about Rush Limbaugh that he already hasn’t said about himself? The Big Voice on the Right….

by | Aug 3, 2020

Only two weeks married and precariously close to broke, I jumped at the opportunity to move to Washington, D.C., for…

by | Jul 31, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has, by historical standards, not been very impressive. Despite the wildly implausible projections promulgated by the World…

by | Jul 30, 2020

What Donald Trump has done to politics — uproot the status quo — conservatives must now do to the movie…

by | Jul 28, 2020

When Ralph Waldo Emerson lost a useful amount of his income in the banking panic of 1837, he wrote a…

by | Jul 27, 2020

Hip-hop was born in New York in the 1970s. There’s some disagreement over the first use of the term “hip-hop”…

by | Jul 27, 2020

At a time of crisis, we need hope more than ever. We need positivity and optimism. We need the American…

by | Jul 27, 2020

“Well, you know I’m graduating this semester. This may be the last time I see you. Thanks for everything. I’m…

by | Jul 26, 2020

When my old iPhone jingle-jangled a couple of days ago, the heads-up on the screen indicated Unknown Caller. As a…

by | Jul 20, 2020

The writers’ mission statement for the spring/summer print edition of The American Spectator calls for speculations on the state of…

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