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by | Jan 17, 2021

Among the characteristics that distinguish conservatives from liberals is that we have a pretty firm grip on reality while liberals keep insisting on fantasies such as, “We don’t know whether socialism works because it’s never really been tried.” Reality, as…

by | Nov 9, 2020

In a predictable security breach, this reporter obtained a leaked copy of the program planned for the Biden–Harris inauguration. The new Democracy performs its danse macabre in Darkness. But here at The American Spectator it is put under light. Following…

by | Jan 20, 2017

Good morning, Spectators! Today we’ll be watching another peaceful transfer of power today. Goodbye, President Obama! This will be live (new developments first, scroll down for history, keep refreshing the page): Full text of President Trump’s speech: Chief Justice Roberts,…

by | Jan 20, 2017

President Trump’s magnificent inauguration speech should stand the test of time, as will his presidency. Short, sweet, and to the point, President Trump made it about the people who elected him — as well as the people who did not….

by | Jan 17, 2017

I offer three thoughts in the wake of the running political theater involving Donald Trump and John Lewis, last week and the past weekend. First, that the celebration surrounding a presidential inauguration is far less about the president being inaugurated…

by | Jan 17, 2017

A new presidency looms — U.S. Rep. John Lewis of Georgia notwithstanding. (Question: Was Lewis, in denying, in heralded fashion, the legitimacy of Donald Trump’s Nov. 8 victory, applying for a thank-you note from Trump Tower? Was he startled not…

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