Human life in Russia is an uncertain proposition, which everyone knows could end early. There is a pervasive fatalism giving it an edge in Syrian affairs.
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Absolute power, they say, corrupts absolutely. Brussels, the seat of power of the European Union, is learning that lesson the hard way.
Like a bolt of lightning, that call of congratulations from Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen to President-elect Donald Trump illuminated the Asian landscape.
The War against Cash is a battle that shouldn’t even exist. But politicians don’t like what is hard to control and something that people can freely trade.
From Bill O’Reilly to Rachel Maddow, not a single media outlet that calls itself mainstream can report the truth on the big issues of our time. Here’s why.
John Stossel: Good luck draining that swamp, President Trump. I hope you’ll succeed, if that’s really your goal.
A best-selling sports book, “The Boys in the Boat,” describes the unlikely path of working-class blokes to gold-medal glory at the 1936 Berlin Olympics.
The British have voted to secede from the European Union. America has chosen a nationalist president and the French appear to be following suit.
The West cannot possible be great again if it remains committed as it is to so-called diversity and the multiculturalism agendas. Here’s why.
Why would any sentient adult say anything nice about Fidel Castro, a vicious and brutal tyrant who imposed such hardship on his people?