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Grace Curley is a Spectator contributing writer, host of The Grace Curley Show and executive producer of The Howie Carr Show on WRKO. She is based in Boston, Massachusetts.
The fact-checkers may not be keeping track of these falsehoods anymore, but are the voters?
By Grace Curley
Faux-heroism powers the engine of the American left
All roads lead to QAnon
What about lying on background checks, Mr President? Is that important?
A sincere question for the Democrats so devoted to veracity
Can Manchin bring the Democrats back from the brink?
Liberals get let down every time they deify a vocally anti-Trump public figure
The New York governor and CNN host have somehow discovered new lows
What inspired the teachers’ union chief to U-turn on school reopenings?
The sooner the GOP cuts ties with her, the better
Trump called the press the enemy of the people. They didn’t have to prove him right
The delusional diplomat is back
The facts of any one case are by the by.
CBS picked on the Ron guy
The government has an obsession with overcorrecting bad situations to make them infinitely worse
John Kerry: America’s failfather
Do you truly believe Joe Biden is in his right mind?
The flailing Fauci fandom
Is this the end of Lori Lightfoot?
The truth about Biden’s booster shots
The Zelenskys’ Vogue publicity misfire
Thought-provoking commentary and opinion on politics, books and the arts.