Helmut Kohl will be forever recalled as Germany’s longest serving chancellor since Bismarck, as Reagan’s stalwart ally during the Cold War, and as the unifier of a divided Germany.
Mark TooleyJune 21, 2017
China plans to introduce rewards for parents to have a second child, after ending the one-child policy in 2015. Someone in Beijing must have realized industrial-scale social engineering has enormous unintended consequences.
Alan DowdMarch 20, 2017
Bret Baier’s new book Three Days in January: Dwight Eisenhower’s Final Mission focuses on Ike’s 1961 farewell speech eschewing the “military industrial complex.”
Mark TooleyMarch 9, 2017
Americans who, as they watch their giant screen televisions or drive their SUVs to the Outback for dinner, complain about…
Mark TooleyAugust 18, 2016
Some years ago I watched on television the compelling 1984 film The Killing Fields, in which Sam Waterston plays an…
Mark TooleyJuly 21, 2016
June 23 marks the anniversary of the greatest electoral triumph in French history, with supporters of President DeGaulle winning over…
Mark TooleyJune 21, 2016
The once powerful and widely despised widow of communist East Germany’s last dictator, herself unrepentant until the end about her…
Mark TooleyJune 11, 2016
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