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Karol Markowicz

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

Faith

American anti-Semitism is everyone’s problem

Jews, who are a reliable Democratic voting base, have to start demanding the change from the politicians on their own side

By Karol Markowicz

Politics

Will Michael Bloomberg break double digits?

Primary voters want the red meat

By Karol Markowicz

What a drag: dress-up used to be fun. Now it is far too serious

Gender-bending as a good time is hardly done anymore. The rules are rigid

By Karol Markowicz

Faith

The ‘Russians’ of Brighton Beach

The attitude of Jewish ‘Russians’ in America toward Russia is goodbye and good luck. But mostly goodbye

By Karol Markowicz

Politics

The Nikki Haley balancing act

The swamp may yet get to Haley but, so far, she’s positioned herself perfectly as the candidate to beat for the Republican nomination in 2024

By Karol Markowicz

Politics

Farewell to Bill de Blasio, 2020’s least consequential candidate

New Yorkers wish he could have been out of town for even longer

By Karol Markowicz

Home

Please don’t take your kids to Vegas

Sometimes the answer to the ever-present ‘is it kid-friendly?’ question should be ‘no, it’s really not’

By Karol Markowicz

The case for cultural appropriation in food

Russian cuisine borrows from other cultures and doesn’t look back

By Karol Markowicz

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