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Karol Markowicz

Karol is a columnist at the New York Post and a Spectator contributing editor.

Politics

Who do Democrats want to be?

The Democrats are defined not by what they stand for, but what they stand against

By Karol Markowicz

Politics

Michelle Obama goes low on the first night of the virtual DNC

The former First Lady claimed she ‘hates’ politics but her speech proved she’s good at it

By Karol Markowicz

Politics

Cuomo’s nursing home death blame game

Only the right is willing to hold him to account

By Karol Markowicz

Education

Children of a lesser pod

The fashionable alternative to reopening schools defies logic

By Karol Markowicz

Politics

‘Defund the police’ just means ‘I’m rich’

Wealthy white liberals don’t suffer the consequences of their fringe ideologies

By Karol Markowicz

Politics

How conservatives sustain CNN

The network has become a place that covers for any Andrew Cuomo misdeed

By Karol Markowicz

Home

The truth about the fireworks

Boredom is causing people to light them. And boredom is causing people to share absurd theories

By Karol Markowicz

Internet

#MeToo déjà vu

The hysteria behind the anti-racism protests seems eerily familiar

By Karol Markowicz

Politics

Boycotting China is not that easy

More Americans are wondering what our future economic relationship with China should be

By Karol Markowicz

Internet

How can Twitter decide whether COVID news is ‘untrue’?

Even the scientists arent sure

By Karol Markowicz

Home

Don’t let Karen kill your community

If our leadership wants us to listen to them, they should discourage Karens

By Karol Markowicz

Politics

A raucous gameshow in Charleston

The purpose of tonight’s debate should have been to rain blows on Bernie. Most candidates failed

By Karol Markowicz

Politics

Struggling Democrats hit the wrong targets in Nevada

The real winner of the debate was Pete Buttigieg, though that’s unlikely to be the conventional wisdom

By Karol Markowicz

Politics

Hillary Clinton tells the truth

Politicians are phonies, who behave one way for the crowd and another behind the scenes

By Karol Markowicz

Politics

Progressives should now admit their outrage about ‘money in politics’ is confected

It used to be that a billionaire openly giving a giant contribution would raise some ire

By Karol Markowicz

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