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During the Reagan Administration, if a Cabinet member or other official wanted the prestige of an op-ed publication in the Washington Post, New York Times, or other major newspaper, he needed explicit approval from the White House for the text…

In The Moving Finger, a mystery by Agatha Christie, Miss Marple contends with a miscreant who employs poison pen letters alleging hidden sins to create havoc in a small village and advance an evil plot. The detective, no fool, knows that…

The most surprising aspect of the furor surrounding the infamous unsigned New York Times Op-Ed, ostensibly written by a member of the Trump administration, is that anyone believes its author is a senior official. Assuming this person isn’t an employee of the Times,…

According to Vox (please note that I begrudgingly cite it as a reliable source), the bookies in Las Vegas have made a list of their top five bets on who just might be behind the ridiculous New York Times op-ed piece by an “anonymous…

The American Spectator is taking the courageous step of publishing an anonymous essay. We have done so at the request of the author, a former ghostwriter and press secretary in Republican administrations whose identity is known to us and whose…

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