Deputy Editor

Dominic Green

Dominic Green, PhD, FRHistS is a critic, historian and the deputy editor of The Spectator’s US edition. The author of four books, he writes widely on the arts and current affairs, and contributes regularly to the Wall Street Journal and the New Criterion. His next book, The Religious Revolution, is forthcoming with Farrar, Strauss & Giroux.

Art

Does Green Book deserve to be called ‘lying white guilt trash’?

Sure, the film isn’t a masterpiece. But is the dragging it’s receiving this morning wholly warranted?

By Dominic Green

Art

Oscar predictions, Oscar fictions

The multiplication of hosts will ensure that we’re sprayed with a greater barrage of politically correct drool than usual. I can’t wait

By Dominic Green

Art

Jussie Smollett’s journey from dehab to rehab

Being a gay black man could be a career-saving move if Smollett plays the part for liberal white media

By Dominic Green

Art

A reincarnation drama worth reliving

Russian Doll reviewed

By Dominic Green

Faith

My day: Ilhan Omar

As told to Dominic Green

By Dominic Green

Education

The weedman cometh

I don’t want a drug shop in our family neighborhood

By Dominic Green

Politics

Meet Alexandria Ocasio-Corbyn

AOC is the acceptable face of socialism, washed clean of the crimes which New Left people like Corbyn have spent their lives explaining away

By Dominic Green

Art

Maroon 5, America 0

Sport is supposed to be an escape from everyday life, but the Kaepernick-Trump stand-off has ruined all that

By Dominic Green

Art

No, Mary Poppins Returns isn’t racist

Another piece of elite idiocy in The New York Times

By Dominic Green

Education

Why are academics defending pedophilia?

A professor at one of the US’s top universities identifies ‘benefits’ for children in having sex with adults

By Dominic Green

Art

Cold War is a true work of art

Cold War reviewed

By Dominic Green

Art

Russell Baker and Masterpiece Journalism

The absence of directness in modern American journalism reflects the cowardice and complicity of the journalists

By Dominic Green

Internet

The Women’s March and the anatomy of fascism

The movement is in crisis, because many women won’t allow themselves to be marched

By Dominic Green

Art

Which Fyre Festival documentary is most worth watching?

Fyre Fraud and Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened reviewed

By Dominic Green

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