If you are looking for an example of how even the uncomfortable parts of history should be acknowledged, look no further.
Jesse Kornbluth reviews a concentration camp memoir, and leaves with an important message from Viktor Frankl.
John Espinosa Nelson is not one to name drop unless it happens to be Louis Zamperini, the subject of the award winning biography “Unbroken.”
Nowadays, the threat of military retaliation has lost credibility, and diplomatic arm wrestling can only rely on the threat of economic warfare.
Tony Bucci puts the Sochi Games in context.
Clooney’s film focuses on a different kind of war tragedy, and its central question is just as valid during peacetime.
Really, Ben? Nazis? Again? A scathing rebuke to Fox Commentator Ben Carson’s rant about the ‘secular progressive movement.’
Killing. Purpose. Time travel. What do these things have in common? The answer: manliness.
Giorgos Katidis, the Greek soccer player who celebrated a goal Saturday by giving the crowd at Athens’ Olympic Stadium the Nazi salute, has been banned for life from playing on Greece’s national team by the country’s soccer federation.
The new research is completely changing our understanding of the Holocaust.
Sir Nicholas Winton has been called “one of the greatest humanitarians of out time,” for his heroic efforts to save the children of Czechoslovakia from Hitler’s Nazi invasion.
Stewart says, “Looks like a tyrant is anyone sworn to protect the constitution that you didn’t vote for.”
From ‘Cop Land’—who knew Stallone could act?—to the original ‘Postman Always Rings Twice,’ Steve Jaeger on why these are movies worth watching.
I keep coming back to the question of men who just want to watch the world burn.
So you’ve decided to invoke Godwin’s Law during an Internet flame war, huh? Nathan Zimmerman explains why you need to think twice about that.