"The place is going to blow up", warned a French parlamentarian five years ago.
The filter bubble is not an invention of the online age, but an ancient German institution.
Dissatisfaction with Brussels will continue to get louder all over the continent.
Merkel was the right leader for a society that believed itself to be at the end of history. Those days are definitely over.
A leading politician suggests a points system for crime. According to it, after 60 (!) thefts a migrant could be deported. One manslaughter might be insufficient.
From whence should a society of hangers-on possibly draw the strength to resist?
The new diesel tax was the straw that broke the camel's back.
Like a wandering dune, the growing European construct continues to crunch its way across the continent.
Politicians often agree on slick soundbites to create a good image, trusting that no one will be so foolish as to follow through what they have decided to the very last consequence.
A change at the top does not improve politics. But then, what does?
Immature authors assume the attitude of colonial masters.
20 percent of Germans no longer believe the Ministry of Truth.
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.
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.
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.
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.