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Roger Kimball is the editor and publisher of the New Criterion, publisher of Encounter Books and a Spectator columnist and contributing editor.
Joe Biden is an errand boy, a figurehead, and he has outlived his plausibility
By Roger Kimball
A little ‘global warming’ has done wonders for England’s wine harvests
If they want to back right-wing candidates, have at it
The law professor is fighting for her job after students allege racism
The six wines that I recently had an opportunity to taste ranged from fetching to fantastic
It’s like Biden wants us to be poor
He had more élan than any prime minister since Margaret Thatcher
When can we expect the select committee to investigate the plot to assassinate Kavanaugh?
‘Old wine not only tastes better but is better for one’s health’
Netflix is just the latest casualty
Against a rampant and engorging bureaucratic Leviathan
Brazil’s light, fruity and approachable wines are likely to find a place in the American market
Blue skies, periodic showers that freshen the verdure and intelligent governance from Ron DeSantis: no wonder they call it paradise
National Review’s Never Trump redux gets it wrong
The vice president’s ‘diplomatic jaunt’ around Eastern Europe was an embarrassment
The bewildering bombardment of Bill Barr
Justice for Derek Chauvin
Is this the beginning of the end of the Biden administration?
Woke is truly going broke
The Capitol ‘armed insurrection’ narrative is crumbling
How are we enjoying the Biden presidency so far?
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