Young people and their troubling views on socialism and communism
Why is the global project losing ground?
Bolton: U.S. Will No Longer Appease ‘Troika of Tyranny’ in Latin America
As protests rage outside, Steve Bannon puts on a show in Toronto debate against David Frum.
The Sad, Sad Culture of Progressivism
A Trump-Bolsonaro bromance could be brewing after Brazilian’s big win.
China can’t afford to lose war on debt.
Exorcising Marx and His Economics
September second worst month for homicides; 2018 could become worst year ever.
It is not the jaw-dropping murder rate or endemic corruption which marks every aspect of public life and office in the South America nation, for they are but symptoms of the greater affliction: decade upon decade of left-wing government. Reformer Jair Bolsonaro aims to change that.
Tory Eurosceptics give Theresa May ‘Canada or quit’ ultimatum if her Brexit plans fail.
Annual Conservatives conference under siege by May defending Brexit conundrum from all sides.
Scuttling Sanity to Repeat History and Sink a Country
Corbyn’s anti-Semitic rot is spreading throughout his party.
Every day is a Black Ribbon Day in indescribably cruel North Korea
South Africa risks economic destruction in seizing white-owned farms, analysts warn.
South Africa farm seizures begin: Chaos as first expropriation of white-owned farms starts.
In Macron’s divided France, an uneasy calm before the storm.
Italy’s crumbling infrastructure under scrutiny after bridge collapse.
Guyana & the Resource Curse