It’s time to mobilize. There’s no more sitting on the fence.
This Irish priest is an unsung hero whose work during World War II deserves greater recognition.
Editor’s Note: This is part two of a three-part series by Raoul Wieland on failure. Part one can be found here.The Oxford Dictionary defines ‘failure’ as:A lack of successAn unsuccessful person, enterprise or thingThe omission of expected or required actionA lack or deficiency of a desirable qualityThe action or state of not functioningFailure and Social…
Jesse Kornbluth reviews a story on interviews with Germans from the WWII era.
Counting the days between Neo and Nazi.
Adam Dyer talks about some truly barbaric and archaic practices in todays prison system.
German war crime investigators have located roughly 20 former guards of the Majdanek death camp who could face accessory to murder charges by federal prosecutors.
Professor Warren Blumenfeld sees parallels between Russia’s anti-homosexual agenda and Nazi ideology. And he’s sees a bit of hypocrisy in the US as well.
Really, Ben? Nazis? Again? A scathing rebuke to Fox Commentator Ben Carson’s rant about the ‘secular progressive movement.’
Professor Warren Blumenfeld offers a call to end the constant comparisons between those wanting to address wealth inequality with those who perpetrated the Holocaust.
Rick Mandler breaks down the absurdity of Tom Perkins’ comparison of persecution of the 1% to Nazi anti-semitism.
Paul Zakrzewski—when confronted with the evidence that he wasn’t much of a man—reflects on the ongoing revolution for men.
Tim O’Connor finally understands ‘You spot it, you got it.’ What I complain about in others is in me.
With the help of social networking sites, Menachem Bodner is hoping to be reunited with the twin he hasn’t seen since they were liberated from Auschwitz, 68 years ago.
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.
Dan Vyleta turns a WWII thriller into a book of extraordinary questions.