The cult around Marx is patently consistent with the state in which Germany and Europe find themselves.
Appropriateness and a sense of proportion are no longer generally recognized virtues.
Canadian psychologist Steven Pinker claims that even the worst state is better than no state at all. Stefan Blankertz says he is dead wrong, and explains why.
A constitution is a great idea, until you realize who makes the laws.
The house journal of the 'party of Davos' is hoping for a Germany of immature, foulmouthed virtue-signalers.
The state wants more than faith. It wants obedience.
A confusion that can even lead to civil war.
Women are standing in the way of a political-correctness-dictatorship.
What happens when the middle class revolts against the establishment? Germany is about to find out.
Fire enables moments of intimacy and felicity.
Have you laughed yet today? Or cried? No? Read the following. Then both will happen automatically. Simultaneously.
"He's not going to be so bad, he doesn't really mean it." Oh yes he is, oh yes he does.
What happened when someone was denied the right to speak at Speakers' Corner? Someone else took over, and thousands attended.
A book by Camille Paglia published in German. Her criticism of #metoo is a slam-dunk.
The smaller a state and its authority are, the more insignificant and ineffectual are the points where uncontrollable and thus ungovernable disruptive forces can act.
Why does no-one raise their hat anymore? Come to think of it, what hat?
There is one thing in common among all the crazed school shooters, in the US and beyond.
Mainstream media in meltdown over 'controversial' books; a kid voices an 'unambiguous' truth.
When will cheerleaders disappear?
A significant and symbolic moment in the history of German and American libertarianism.
When people want something completely innocent like a secession, strange things happen.
The greeting ritual has been replaced by something ‘pseudo-democratic.’
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's poem of 1797 warned of endless cultural terrorism arising from the French Revolution.
Paris has always had rats. But in the past two years, they have experienced a demographic boom. We don't have to look far to find out why.
While two hollowed out, crumbling establishment cartel parties are coming together (again), the Greens are outmaneuvered, and new forces are rising.