by | Mar 28, 2019

Andrew McCarthy is right. Again. He’s been right throughout the Mueller investigative process. He’s right now. (I suggest that he play the audio version of these sentences now available on all The American Spectator articles — see the sidebar.) Specifically,…

by | May 30, 2018

Washington I have never believed in conspiracy theories. Though some critics have lumped me in with conspiracy theorists excogitating on Clinton aide Vince Foster’s death in Fort Marcy Park and other such phantasmagorias, I plead innocence. It is just too…

by | Mar 24, 2018

“I don’t know much,” Norm Macdonald explained (and repeated on subsequent occasions) in an interview last year, “but I know coups are not undertaken by the president of the United States. If anything, it looks like a coup going on…

by | Nov 10, 2017

More than a grassy knoll links the recent attack on a politician in Bowling Green with the ancient but recently-rehashed attack on a president in Dallas. In both instances, initial narratives demanded that the public ignore the glaring coincidence of the…

by | May 12, 2017

Roswell, seventy years! The Kennedy assassination, fifty-four years! The moon landing, forty-eight years! Elvis, forty years! 9/11, sixteen years! The birth certificate, nine years! Donald Trump colluding, or Russian business deals, infinity! The inability of Americans to accept defeat, on…

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