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Roger Kimball is the editor and publisher of The New Criterion, publisher of Encounter Books and a contributing editor of The Spectator.
By Roger Kimball
Give me liberty or give me desk
The air of unreality that suffused the Biden presser was stultifying
A pattern of contempt for America and its leaders seems to be taking hold
The world’s biggest bookstore has sided firmly with the bullies
If you were a juror, would you dare to return a ‘not guilty’ verdict?
Putting California on the map
The advent of Joe Biden is another step on the road to the destruction (or ‘fundamental transformation’) of America
I agree with Nancy Pelosi
The necessity of snobbery
Having a bad memory is going to be absolutely crucial in the Harris-Biden era
Sen. Rand Paul is right
Tolerance exists only for ideas that are completely consonant with the left-liberal agenda
Biden, on or past the threshold of senility, is the embodiment of that pajama-boy spirit of fragile futility
Strong vines for the festive season
The bewildering bombardment of Bill Barr
Justice for Derek Chauvin
Joe Biden’s dire opening chapter on the world stage
Amazon’s book bullying is just the latest act of woke intolerance
Why we need an inquiry into January 6
Kamala Harris’s Orwellian future
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