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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.
He moved methodically, like a battle tank, over Biden’s incontinent expostulations
By Roger Kimball
Every revelation, though it sheds some local light, actually makes the whole picture murkier
The thing speaks for itself. Indeed, it is eloquent
A winery is fortifying New York
It is not surprising that Democrats prefer pleasing fantasy to sobering reality
The left is in a paroxysm of delight over the President’s diagnosis
Joe Biden did not drool in his shoe or utterly lose the thread of the discussion. So he exceeded expectations
There are many signs, including the announcement of the 1776 Commission, that the conscience of the country is awakening
In recent memory, three Supreme Court nominees have been put forward and confirmed within 45 days
The Pew Research Center offers all emotion and no evidence
It’s hard to take Bob Woodward’s gotcha gambit seriously
From the desk of Donald J. Trump
On Churchill’s favorite fizz
The Democrats own the anarchy they have unleashed and abetted
The Republicans kicked things off in a spirit of affirmation and hope
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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