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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 fake think tank that fueled the Russiagate narrative

Hamilton 68 marks a new chapter in politically motivated disinformation

By Roger Kimball

Politics

Stepping out into freedom

The FBI and other left-leaning entities have left us in our own Truman Show

By Roger Kimball

Drink

Planning world domination, fueled by Burgundy

One more bottle and we would have gotten ourselves into a land war in Asia — and you know where that leads

By Roger Kimball

Politics

It’s different when Biden gets caught with classified docs

There is one law for the elite, quite another for you and me

By Roger Kimball

Education

Harvard’s new president is the next chapter of its racial spoils system

Claudine Gay wants to exploit the ‘legacy of slavery,’ now and forever

By Roger Kimball

Politics

Why globalism is the enemy of freedom

Like The Wizard of Oz, it is all show and no substance

By Roger Kimball

Politics

The Deep State vs Donald Trump saga is not over

Will the J6 Committee backfire as its status as a politicized vendetta becomes unbearably obvious?

By Roger Kimball

Drink

Saintly succor

Today, St. Émilion is home to some of the most luscious and delectable red wines in Bordeaux

By Roger Kimball

Campaign 2022

The Republican march on Rome

Will the Republicans fritter their wins away as Hannibal did after Cannae?

By Roger Kimball

Drink

The Chablis complex

The wine is renowned for its consistency, intricacy and near-immortality

By Roger Kimball

Campaign 2022

Republicans need to figure out mail-in voting

It’s being used by Democrats to influence the course of elections

By Roger Kimball

Campaign 2022

How did I get the midterms so wrong?

I was hardly alone but that is no consolation

By Roger Kimball

Campaign 2022

The FBI will face a reckoning after the midterms

The House Republicans’ bruising report is a statement of intent

By Roger Kimball

Drink

It’s always time for island wine

Let’s start in Sicily, on the slopes of Mount Etna…

By Roger Kimball

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