Immature authors assume the attitude of colonial masters.
Audience reaction to political indoctrination is not always positive.
Culturally, the US are more divided than Europe. And less.
20 percent of Germans no longer believe the Ministry of Truth.
They know that their window of opportunity is closing.
Marx got some things right - but those ideas were not his.
Individual replacements become pitfalls.
The crucial point is whether the society is voluntary or not.
Formerly known as Josef Käser, this man signs deals with sheikhs but lambasts the AfD for using supposedly un-PC words.
The authorities can only win, even if they lose legally.
The controversy surrounding two German soccer players with Turkish roots reveals that sport is an expression of identity.
Without the weight of the US backing the UN Human Rights Council, countries are liberated from its hyper-morality.
Whoever assumes state power will not remove it but become part of it.
Financial illiteracy aiding and abetting the proliferation of catastrophic monetary policies.
We all must learn that our opinions may be flawed.
The state-engineered failure of the Nordic country’s immigration and integration plan.
Let's apply this new law to governments.
It's déjà vu from 1989 all over again.
Quota requirements and the like destroy the value of women's work.
A lot, as it turns out.
The enthusiasm of some crypto advocates is naive. The immature technology of the new currencies harbors many pitfalls.
While the mainstream media trumpet that “Germany is safer than it’s ever been in the past 25 years,” the reality is that it's well on its way to turning Jean Raspail’s dark visions.
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.