A curious observation of the Christian world.
One of the great perks of being associated with the Washington D.C.-based Phillips Foundation is meeting young, enterprising journalists setting out to make their mark in the world. Anna Parashkevova (Anna Moya by marriage), was very much in that category. Born in Bulgaria, she immigrated to the United States with her family, went on to [...]
They say imitation is the best form of flattery. If that’s so, then the greenies over at This is Ecocide give kudos to the Republican Governors Association and their work toward throwing the Left out of office in November.
This is Ecocide acts as a front group for Polly Higgins’ company in search of half-a-trillion dollars in venture capital and government subsidies to solarpower the Sahara.
In his bestselling 1977 work, Hitler’s War, historian David Irving sought to present history “through Hitler’s eyes,” claiming that although Hitler was a “powerful and relentless military commander,” he was also a “lax and indecisive political leader.” Hitler’s War ultimately laid the basis for Irving’s lifelong claim that Hitler knew nothing of the Holocaust. It was during the 1980s that […]