The Trump cheerleader shares his habit of promoting ethnic nationalists and their ugly ideas.
Cathy Young is a contributing editor for Reason magazine and a weekly columnist for Newsday.
Vladimir Putin’s just promoted himself as global leader in the war against climate change. Yesterday, he thought global warming was a myth.
Russia’s international propaganda outlet just recycled an old, debunked claim that Stalin’s terror-famine in Ukraine was a Western “hoax.”
Their board includes a famed ex-senator. Their goals couldn’t sound more benign. But a new outfit to promote “debate” between the U.S. and Russia has a decidedly pro-Putin lineup.
While the Confederate flag controversy prompted America to reckon with its dark past, Russia prefers celebrating its own.
Vladimir Voinovich, Russia’s 82-year-old satirist, on why the rise of a KGB man was inevitable but why Russia’s decline and fall into authoritarianism doesn’t have to be.
Pam Geller and Robert Spencer are being viewed as free speech champions for their “Draw Muhammad” contest, which turned tragic in Dallas last week. But once a moderate Muslim begins speaking, they quickly turn into what they hate.
Ayaan Hirsi Ali sounds off on her evolving stance on Islam, feminism and atheism.
As conspiracy theories abound in Russian media about the death of Kremlin protester Boris Nemtsov, the most popular theory—that Vladimir Putin had a hand in his death—is seemingly not allowed. But almost nobody in Russia is biting.
Paul Nungesser was cleared of a rape charge but faced a harsh trial-by-media. Now, as new details come to light, he’s speaking out and fighting back.