Ilana Mercer looks at the endemic crime rates of Latin America, its 'youth bulge' and the potential threat that large-scale immigration from there would pose for the United States.
German students are often told in their history lessons that the governance of German chancellors of the Federal Republic of Germany was inspired by a particular “vision” or “mission”.
The Cheney-Bush and Obama regimes destroyed due process, with the result that American citizens were detained in prison indefinitely without evidence and murdered without evidence or trial.
Imagine a country where for many decades no a real opposition existed and where the head of government have ruled for 13 years with changing coalitions.
The outcome of the Bavarian state election demonstrates the increasing instability of German politics, brought about by chancellor Merkel's fateful embrace of immigration.
Columnist Ilana Mercer agrees that there is land theft in South Africa, not in the mists of time hundreds of years ago between nameless individuals, but right now from the rightful owners of farms.
How some European governments give the so-called “White Helmets” the red-carpet treatment and claim at the same time to fight terrorism.
Given its radical anti-Western policies and ideology, South Africa could soon become a base for terror attacks and propaganda against Western countries, argues Dan Roodt.
On just about every issue, in 2016, candidate Trump ran in opposition to Sen. Lindsey Graham. Donald Trump won the presidency; Lindsey Graham quit the race with a near-zero popularity, as reflected in the polls.
We have to hand it to Putin. He is the best that there is. Note the ease with which he mopped up the floor with that idiot Chris Wallace.