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Anti–hate speech laws have gone too far.
Anti–hate speech laws have gone too far
With toxic nationalism making a comeback, Germany was supposed to be the one keeping things together.
Her statements may have been offensive. But that doesn't mean she shouldn't have a right to make them.
Johan Norberg's new documentary shows how the Nordic nation traded stagnant socialism for a modern mixed economy
The center-right Danish government, whose members defended the Mohammed cartoons, has passed more laws restricting free speech than any government since World War II, says free-speech podcaster Jacob Mchangama.
The on-again, off-again flirtation between Mother Russia and the deplorables of Europe
If anything, it will make independence more attractive.
Homegrown or foreign, Antifa is a major challenge to the liberty we cherish.
Economist Deirdre McCloskey explains the roots of "The Great Enrichment" of the last 200 years.
Both Trump and his mainstream critics are wrong about NATO.
Donald Trump blunders his way into a healthy trans-Atlantic development.
Discussions of GOP spending, police abuse narratives, and the French elections, with guest James Kirchick
James Kirchick, author of
The End of Europe: Dictators, Demagogues, and the Coming Dark Age, warns that American freedom is threatened by the loss of liberalism abroad.
Let taxpayers in high-tax nations subsidize the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.
Muhammad cartoon publisher Flemming Rose talks about immigration, free speech, and toleration.
The Eurocentric paradox at the heart of American nationalism
Visa Waiver Program faces an uncertain future, though your summer vacation plans are almost certainly safe