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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Karl Marx
Look up at the wall and you can see Yugoslavia's late autocratic leader Josip Broz Tito drowning in red fiery waves of hell - along with Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, authors of the 1848 Communist Manifesto.
Voters in El Salvador will go to the polls on Sunday to choose a new president from two decidedly opposite ends of the political spectrum.
Leading thinkers on the left have regarded those who disagree with them as being not merely factually wrong but morally repugnant.
In 1850, French economist, philosopher and statesman Frederic Bastiat wrote his book "The Law," which has been described as possibly the best refutation of "The Communist Manifesto" ever written. In it, Bastiat gave a simple test to determine whether a law is good or bad: Does this law do for Citizen A at the expense of Citizen B what would be a crime if A did it directly to B? If the answer is yes, the law is a bad one.
Video journalist Mark Dice published a new man-on-the-street interview Saturday where he took to the Oceanside Pier in San Diego, Calif., asking people to sign a fake petition allowing Karl Marx on the 2016 presidential ballot, "since Obama's been working with him."
MUNICH | A Jewish human rights organization is calling for a boycott of an Italian winemaker that sells Hitler-themed wine.
A Jewish human rights organization is calling for a boycott of an Italian winemaker that sells Hitler-themed wine.
Friedrich Nietzsche famously announced the death of God more than a century ago. Scholars and sociologists alike have been trying to prove him right — or wrong — ever since. Regardless of religious affiliation, just about everyone agrees that God has been on the wane in the West for quite some time.
He may just be a footnote to history, but Dr. Isachar Zacharie is having a posthumous mini-moment, thanks to the Hollywood-sparked surge of interest in the presidency of Abraham Lincoln.
Of the explanations for the conservative defeat in 2012, the most disturbing one is that the Republican base is shrinking, consigning us to permanent minority status.
With the "fiscal cliff" looming, Washington is looking under every rock for new forms of "revenue."
Two decades after the collapse of the Soviet Union, the ideas of Marx and Lenin are making a comeback in Russia with a wave of young leftists whose potential for mass appeal seems to have rattled the Kremlin.
The Republican and Democratic national conventions have the country thinking about the state of our increasingly socialistic government. Britain's Iron Lady, Margaret Thatcher, hit the bull's-eye when she said, "The trouble with socialism is that eventually you run out of other people's money." She, like the truth, rocks.
Chief Political Correctness High Priestess Diane Rehm, with one of her often-biased radio panel discussions, recently carried this ancient back to the late 1930s' Great Debate, framed as "isolationism" vs. "interventionism" in foreign policy. (Full disclosure: I was a teen-age member of William Allen White's Committee for Defending America by Aiding the Allies. Contrary to rumor, on Dec. 8, 1941, I was not refunded my $3.50 contribution taken from my weekly 25-cent "allowance.")
President Hugo Chavez has spent much of his career praising the socialist ideas of famed atheists such as Karl Marx and Fidel Castro.
Karl Marx once wrote that history repeats itself, first as tragedy, second as farce.
In "The Communist Manifesto," Karl Marx admits that the real goal of socialism is to restore medieval feudalism.