Roger Kimball

Roger Kimball is the editor and publisher of The New Criterion, publisher of Encounter Books and a contributing editor of The Spectator.

Politics

Are we back in the Obama White House?

Biden, on or past the threshold of senility, is the embodiment of that pajama-boy spirit of fragile futility

By Roger Kimball

Drink

Nietzsche and Wagner

Strong vines for the festive season

By Roger Kimball

Politics

Is America still a democratic republic?

The Texas decision is not the end of the world for Donald Trump’s legal team

By Roger Kimball

Politics

Hunter becomes the hunted

Will the Delaware tax probe into Biden’s son go anywhere?

By Roger Kimball

Politics

Brace yourselves for President Harris

She occupies an eyrie on the far left of the Democratic party

By Roger Kimball

Politics

Trump does the right thing by pardoning Gen. Flynn

Given world enough and time, I believe, Flynn would have been fully exonerated

By Roger Kimball

Drink

Wines of turkey

Some bottles to be thankful for

By Roger Kimball

Politics

The 2020 election could be a bigger scandal than Russiagate

Any other GOP president would be on the defensive now

By Roger Kimball

Politics

Extraordinary delusions and the madness of crowds, New York Times edition

No human organization can survive if its members are determined to push things to extremes all the time

By Roger Kimball

Politics

Will the Plywood Party win?

Most people have yet to take on board how odd this election is

By Roger Kimball

Politics

The red wave is inbound

But will it be a wave of sufficient power to swamp the deliberate fraud and litigation planned by the Democrats?

By Roger Kimball

Politics

Kamala Harris vs James Madison

She wants to replace the free market engine of prosperity with a top-down leveling of aspiration and achievement

By Roger Kimball

Politics

Tony Bobulinski and implausible deniability

He is a no-nonsense, forthright guy who is angry and determined to clear his name

By Roger Kimball

Politics

Trump sealed the deal last night

He moved methodically, like a battle tank, over Biden’s incontinent expostulations

By Roger Kimball

Politics

Will we ever know the truth about Russiagate?

Every revelation, though it sheds some local light, actually makes the whole picture murkier

By Roger Kimball

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