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Karol is a columnist at the New York Post and a Spectator contributing editor.
Jews, who are a reliable Democratic voting base, have to start demanding the change from the politicians on their own side
By Karol Markowicz
Primary voters want the red meat
Gender-bending as a good time is hardly done anymore. The rules are rigid
The attitude of Jewish ‘Russians’ in America toward Russia is goodbye and good luck. But mostly goodbye
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
New Yorkers wish he could have been out of town for even longer
Sometimes the answer to the ever-present ‘is it kid-friendly?’ question should be ‘no, it’s really not’
Russian cuisine borrows from other cultures and doesn’t look back
Life after sex
The United States of Fear
COVID rules are for serfs, not celebrities
Social media is nothing like heroin
There is no case against Dave Portnoy
Three cheers for federalism!
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