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Our writers hold no party line; their only allegiance is to clarity of thought, elegance of expression and independence of opinion.
Karol is a columnist at the New York Post and a Spectator contributing editor.
Floridians are proud and protective — and for good reason
By Karol Markowicz
The inability to engage with contrarian opinions is a stain on our response to the pandemic
This is a woke mass delusion and it’s being forced on us all
There isn’t a single study with a control group that shows they work. Follow the science!
The best city in the world is in decline and its denizens don’t seem to notice
It’s par for the course under the mayor’s reign
Sex is everywhere in America, except in the bedroom
No actual accusation has been made. It’s all leading conjecture
Science & Tech
My addiction turned out to be an entirely correctable habit
The reasons why international travel is off-limits and shameful have nothing to do with medical facts
None of the passes given to the elite apply to us plebs
The American Academy of Pediatrics are turning mask-wearing into a religion instead of a precaution
The US ambassador to the United Nations seems to hate her country
We should defer to the states more often
Why do we want leaders who perform strictness?
There is no case against Dave Portnoy
Life after sex
The United States of Fear
A sunshine state of mind
COVID rules are for serfs, not celebrities
Social media is nothing like heroin
Thought-provoking commentary and opinion on politics, books and the arts.