Five hundred years ago, Hernando Cortez and his native allies put an end to a gruesome regime with one of the greatest underdog victories ever recorded.
If you go into ‘Hobbs and Shaw’ expecting anything other than a goofy, over-the-top action film, then you will be gravely disappointed.
Hopefully the new Holocaust documentary ‘Who Will Write Our History?’ will educate millennials about what happened and could happen again.
There is no reset button for abortion, and the unspoken costs have been devastating; abortion either breaks a woman’s heart, or it hardens it.
Few Americans are aware of how Nigeria’s president, Muhammadu Buhari, enables the mass ethnic cleansing of persecuted Christians.
Any approach must take the ethnic and tribal nature of South African politics into account. This is not a white versus black conflict, but one between an ethnic minority and an ethnic majority.
The New York Times editorial board on Monday announced the hiring of Sarah Jeong, a left-wing writer with a long trail of racist tweets.
Let us give Steven Pinker and Sam Harris their hearing. Let us follow them into the broad, sunlit uplands of their utopian moral landscape and see what we might find there.
Despite the passage of a century, the Turkish government seems to have grown more resistant to hearing that its Ottoman forebears had anything to do with the mass killings of Armenians.
Killing those with Down syndrome serves no rational purpose. It is a policy born of ignorance and fear. Worse, what it communicates to those so affected is simply unimaginable.
Countries that experience trauma of this magnitude typically struggle to develop prosperous economies and stable politics. Rwanda is an exception, but not out of the woods yet.
It is something of a horror-movie marvel to witness just how far pro-choicers will go to defend abortion.
‘When you see a girl being rescued, you cry,’ says the ‘Jewish Schindler,’ Steve Maman. ‘I don’t care how tough you are, you cry.’
We must not dismiss the horrors faced by Christians and other minorities. President Trump must help them, lest another round of atrocities ensue.
While women who’ve had abortions certainly deserve the opportunity to share their stories and experiences, the focal point of the abortion discussion is the unborn child being killed.
This year Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day and Holocaust Remembrance Day coincide on the same day: April 24, 2017. The coincidence is especially noteworthy this year.
Denmark has boasted that 98 percent of their Down Syndrome babies were aborted in 2014, and say they hope to be ‘Down Syndrome free’ in the next 10 years.
Joseph Stalin received great publicity, the New York Times published exclusive interviews with Stalin, and Walter Duranty could live glamorously. Everyone benefitted but starving Ukranians.
Angelina Jolie’s new film, ‘First They Killed My Father,’ is based on a book about the genocidal Khmer Rouge regime that tells us about terror, rage, hate, and forgiveness in the heart of a child.
Of all the remarkable people in my life, the most remarkable of all was, by any cold-hearted calculus, the least remarkable: My chum Chucky.
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