Obituaries Archives | The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
by | Apr 3, 2021

I lost my first friend during my early 20s while I was in school. He was a youngish, politically active…

by | Nov 16, 2016

As most TAS readers know, the late Williams F. Buckley Jr. was eloquent in the written and spoken word. On the page he could beguile, inform, and amuse in every form, from the 800-word column to book-length nonfiction as well as spy novels. Comes now-author and Fox newsman James Rosen to present and give context to 52 examples of a genre at which Buckley excelled, the eulogy.

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