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Roger Kimball

Roger Kimball is the editor and publisher of The New Criterion, publisher of Encounter Books and a contributing editor of The Spectator.

Politics

The great unraveling

The Biden administration is an unmitigated disaster unfolding in real time

By Roger Kimball

Drink

Condiments and conservatives

Give the People what we want

By Roger Kimball

Science & Tech

The ivermectin skeptics

Horse dewormer or miracle drug?

By Roger Kimball

International

President Ice Cream’s Afghan meltdown

There is quite a lot of that Yes-No, Did-Didn’t, whiplashing these days

By Roger Kimball

Drink

Thoughts on dearly departed vintages

Most wines, like most people, lose suppleness, vivacity and lusciousness after a certain point

By Roger Kimball

Education

The future of liberal education

The war on liberal education is an assault on liberal democracy

By Roger Kimball

International

Joe Biden’s short walk in the Hindu Kush

To say that what just happened in Afghanistan caught the Biden administration by surprise would be the understatement of the year

By Roger Kimball

Politics

The neo-feudalism of Obama’s maskless ball

All my friends in the media made me feel I was almost there

By Roger Kimball

Politics

The new McCarthyism

Nancy and Chuck should preside over the new House and Senate American Activities Committee

By Roger Kimball

Politics

Calm down about the Delta variant

There is no good reason for the US to keep its ‘essential’ travel restrictions in place

By Roger Kimball

Politics

Will Dr Fauci ever take responsibility for COVID’s emergence?

St Anthony was raked over hot coals by Sen. Rand Paul again this week

By Roger Kimball

Drink

A taste of heresy

The weight of history — a seemingly infinite vista of incident — hangs heavy in the Languedoc in the South of France

By Roger Kimball

Politics

The FBI has lost the plot

Who gave the Feds access to Twitter?

By Roger Kimball

Politics

The embarrassing and pathetic Vogue profile of Dr Jill Biden, EdD

The 7,000-word piece is an earlobe-licking valentine

By Roger Kimball

Book Review

Will Tripp keeps it short

Will Tripp Goes Hollywood by Harry Stein reviewed

By Roger Kimball

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