Judges of History

Last week, I gave a talk to my local historical society about a distinguished lady who lived locally and died sixty years ago this year. After my talk, a middle-aged gentleman—by far the youngest in the audience—came up to me and said something very revealing, which, of course, I shall leave to the end, as the writer of murder mysteries ...

Taki’s Top Drawer

Politics

Impeach Him Again

The crisis at the border is the No. 1 issue with voters, and it's killing the Democrats. To my surprise, my party -- the stupid party -- has done ...

Brussels Shows Budapest Who’s Boss

During the 2004–07 waves of expansion, the European Union (EU) welcomed ten countries of the former Soviet bloc along with Cyprus and Malta. “Old ...

Biden’s War Against the Internet

It's a miracle of private sector innovation and the magic of the free enterprise system that technologies that were only the playthings of the ...

The Week That Perished

Cultural Caviar


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