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Roger Kimball

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

Politics

The great White House replacement

Joe Biden is an errand boy, a figurehead, and he has outlived his plausibility

By Roger Kimball

Drink

English wine’s surprising sparkle

A little ‘global warming’ has done wonders for England’s wine harvests

By Roger Kimball

Campaign 2022

Bring on the Democrats’ ‘ultra MAGA’ strategy

If they want to back right-wing candidates, have at it

By Roger Kimball

Education

The Ivy League scolds come for Amy Wax

The law professor is fighting for her job after students allege racism

By Roger Kimball

Drink

Tolosa Winery: my latest discovery

The six wines that I recently had an opportunity to taste ranged from fetching to fantastic

By Roger Kimball

Economics

Taking a page from Lenin’s playbook

It’s like Biden wants us to be poor

By Roger Kimball

Europe

Why we’ll all miss Boris

He had more élan than any prime minister since Margaret Thatcher

By Roger Kimball

Politics

The sequel to January 6

When can we expect the select committee to investigate the plot to assassinate Kavanaugh?

By Roger Kimball

Drink

The learned drinkers

‘Old wine not only tastes better but is better for one’s health’

By Roger Kimball

Business

Woke is truly going broke

Netflix is just the latest casualty

By Roger Kimball

Politics

We must stand up for private rights

Against a rampant and engorging bureaucratic Leviathan

By Roger Kimball

Drink

Bargain Brazilian wines

Brazil’s light, fruity and approachable wines are likely to find a place in the American market

By Roger Kimball

Drink

Tastes of paradise

Blue skies, periodic showers that freshen the verdure and intelligent governance from Ron DeSantis: no wonder they call it paradise

By Roger Kimball

Politics

Why not Trump in 2024?

National Review’s Never Trump redux gets it wrong

By Roger Kimball

Politics

Kamala Harris laughs at a war

The vice president’s ‘diplomatic jaunt’ around Eastern Europe was an embarrassment

By Roger Kimball

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