Dominic Green

Dominic Green is a critic, historian and the Life & Arts Editor of Spectator USA.

Remembering the great British saxophonist and prize-winning maker of model aircraft

Diversity is our strength? Or has history shown us otherwise?

Due to the Democrats’ efforts to foster division, Trump still has a fighting chance

The customer is always right – especially in the realm of dreams

An experiment in self-government has been annexed by the United States of Amerikka

In politics, narrative is now less synonymous with events than with their exposure as a pack of lies

How Antifa and Condé Nast have taken over the Black Lives Matter protests

Dominic Green looks at the immortality of jazz saxophonist, Charlie Parker

Trump’s response to Twitter – as to the riots – tells floating voters he is on their side

Is the sophisticated joy of the buffet coming to an end?