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Karol is a columnist at the New York Post and a frequent contributor to The Spectator.
The US ambassador to the United Nations seems to hate her country
By Karol Markowicz
We should defer to the states more often
Why do we want leaders who perform strictness?
Science & Tech
When Ron DeSantis blames local officials, CNN reporters tear into him. When Cuomo does it? Crickets
The data confirms whatever the governor says it does
Is the term ‘sexual preference’ offensive? It depends who’s saying it…
The show must go on
The speech of the night belonged to Nick Sandmann
The Democrats are defined not by what they stand for, but what they stand against
The former First Lady claimed she ‘hates’ politics but her speech proved she’s good at it
Only the right is willing to hold him to account
The fashionable alternative to reopening schools defies logic
Wealthy white liberals don’t suffer the consequences of their fringe ideologies
The network has become a place that covers for any Andrew Cuomo misdeed
Boredom is causing people to light them. And boredom is causing people to share absurd theories
The rise of the phony authoritarian
Three cheers for federalism!
Cancel Linda Thomas-Greenfield!
The vaccine slow roll
Children of a lesser pod
The ‘Russians’ of Brighton Beach
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