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The Nation’s Pulse
The Nation’s Pulse
by | Sep 25, 2022

On Aug. 12, the Wall Street Journal reported on “quiet quitting,” an approach to work brought to the forefront of public attention after the COVID-19 pandemic. Perhaps counterintuitively, quiet quitting doesn’t refer to employees’ resigning from their jobs but to…

by | Sep 22, 2022

The goal of every American should be to defeat Big Government Socialism. Republicans specifically must develop a contract for 2024 built around restoring the America that works by defeating and replacing Big Government Socialism. It is not enough to just…

by | Sep 18, 2022

Watching Donald Trump’s Ohio rally Saturday reminded me of the best scene in Gone With the Wind, which comes early in the movie at the Twelve Oakes barbecue. It’s a brilliantly constructed sequence wherein Scarlett O’Hara’s (Vivien Leigh) egoistical pursuit…

by | Sep 11, 2022

Major League Baseball (MLB) should be experiencing a banner year in 2022, what with the worst of the pandemic behind us and nearly half of the teams entering September with a legitimate shot at the postseason. Despite that, attendance is…

by | Aug 6, 2022

In the grips of monomania, psychotic people perseverate on their object of interest. They talk about their enthusiasm incessantly and believe, wrongly, that everyone else is similarly inclined. America’s establishment, left and right, and the media, are obsessed with Donald…

by | Jul 30, 2022

A patrol car slowly cruises by at 2 a.m. in a dangerous drug-infested neighborhood. The police eyeball a young male standing on the corner. He has no apparent reason for being there, at that time, at that place, and as…

by | Jul 24, 2022

I started writing for The American Spectator four years ago to help counter a dangerous trend: the progressive devaluation of men in the culture. My very first piece reflected on the 10-year-anniversary of the Liam Neeson mega-hit Taken, about an…

by | Jul 23, 2022

Anti-gun activists often ask, “Why should anyone be allowed to carry a firearm in public?” Well, recent events in Greenwood, Indiana provide yet another example of how armed, law-abiding citizens can make the world a safer place. Last weekend, a…

by | Jul 21, 2022

Longtime American Spectator contributor Neal B. Freeman was honored by the Boy Scouts of America on Tuesday for “advancing American values.” In accepting the award at the annual dinner in Nassau County, Florida, Freeman made these remarks. I am delighted…

by | Jul 9, 2022

My wife, daughter, and I traveled east last week to go to a wedding. Before we headed back home, we went to visit my aunt. My dear aunt is in her 90s and just as much of a live wire…

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