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Our writers hold no party line; their only allegiance is to clarity of thought, elegance of expression and independence of opinion.
What it lacks in cool it makes up for in seats, space and stealth
By Billy McMorris
Bureaucrats have become addicted to working (or not) from home
The Forward Party wants to become the first successful political venture founded on etiquette
He was willing to pulverize all we hold dear in modern America
A bootblack is a bootblack in the eyes of the lobbyists and lawyers
Termination is set to become an HR perk
Time for the vape fiends to grow up and smoke a cigarette
Why is their presidential bench so shallow?
Why is the Kennedy Center discriminating against a Catholic trumpet player?
If we are to defend our turf and protect our lawns, Bambi’s mom must die
Lockdown has cruelly exposed my shortcomings
Those who cannot teach, reach (for a pistol)
Veganuary was not for chickens
No smoke without fire
Everything at One Eight Distilling is good. The vodka is somehow bearable. The rye is melt-your-face fantastic
The Democrats’ succession woes
The rise of the corporate abortion
Hunting deer in the DC suburbs
Of Mahler and mandates
My vegan hell
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