Stephanie Gutmann
Stephanie Gutmann
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Stephanie Gutmann has written for publications ranging from National Review and the New Republic to Playboy, Elle, and the New York Times’ Styles section. She is the author of two books, “The Kinder, Gentler Military” (Scribner) and “The Other War: Israelis, Palestinians, and the Struggle for Media Supremacy” (Encounter). She lives in Rockland County, New York.

Soldiers In Drag Are Nothing New For The Identity-Obsessed U.S. Military

Folks on the right are just discovering that the Department of Defense has become the Department of Education in camo-clad drag? This started at least 40 years ago.

Biden Adviser, Obamacare Architect, Now Makes Money By Keeping You On Lockdown

Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, who some might remember from 2009 as a chief salesman for Obamacare, is back in the spotlight again with tuned-up public health priorities and a new Democrat to serve: Joe Biden.

No, New York City And Others Are Not In A Death Spiral

It makes sense to assume mayors of dense cities are finally being punished for their feckless ways, but data showing accelerated urban flight isn’t there.