Michael Ramirez: A Royal Obsession 05-08-23
From America's Premier Editorial Cartoonist
As England prepares for the coronation of King Charles III, questions arise about the relevance and purpose of the monarchy in the modern world. Meanwhile, in America, they abandon all pretense of substantive meaning or purpose in their own form of royalty, celebrity. —Michael
An American’s View of the Coronation —Roger Kimball, American Greatness
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