This should chill anyone who supports American ethnic cleansing and leans on being a “legal” immigrant as the requirement to get into the country, no matter what threats they face back hom
Last Friday, Poland’s lower house passed a bill (months in the making) that would make it a criminal offense—punishable by a prison sentence—to implicate Poles in the crimes of the Holocaust. Th
The difference between “good” Nazi humor and bad is about who gets to be the butt of the joke. “There can be no poetry after Auschwitz,” said Theodor Adorno. One can only imagi
Clay Higgins represents a district in Louisiana. He seems like a nice man: A US congressman has been criticised by officials at the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum after he posted a video on th
It’s a good week for anti-Semitism in Europe. Monday morning, the Hungarian President signed a law that essentially bans Central European University from operating (as part of the ruling party’s o
Attempts to connect our current situation with the 1930s are coming out pretty regularly (and more will follow). But when two leading historians of fascism speak up, it’s worth listening. Timoth
And now I know the answer thanks to Roscoe Bartlett, a Republican congressman representing Maryland’s 6th District: “Not that it’s not a good idea to give students loans; it certainly is
I’m not sure a RIP is exactly in order here, but let it be known that John Demjanjuk, one of the last (possible?) links to Nazism and the Holocaust is no more.