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  • Swastika
    Swastika Wrapping Paper
    Sorry folks. This column doesn’t see it.By the way, before the Nazi’s appropriated this symbol, it was part of many different faiths and religions.Of course now, just like the name Adolph and the term “final solution”, it...
  • Professor
    Video: Texas professor compares Tea Party to Nazis
    In a video posted to The Blaze on Monday, a psychology professor identified as Dr. Blake Armstrong of South Texas College in Weslaco, Texas, compared the Tea Party to the Nazis who rose to power in Germany during the 1920s and 1930s. Jason...
  • Ferguson protesters act like Nazis
    Nazis and Ferguson protesters have a lot in common
    Most people who have even a slight interest in history have heard of Crystal Night and the events that took place in Germany in 1938 throughout the night of November 9th and into the morning of November10th. Although these events presented as a...
  • Kent State sweatshirt
    Urban Outfitters: Bloody Shirt and All
    Far be it from this column to question why anyone would want to buy a very old sweatshirt. Apparently folks do. And ripped jeans as well.However, someone at Urban Outfitters should not have offered the vintage Kent State sweatshirt that looks to...
  • Nazi rally at Nuremberg's Zeppelin Field, 1937
    Nuremberg 101: city of Nazis' grandest glory and greatest defeat
    Nuremberg, Hitler's "most German of German cities", is the city most closely associated with the Nazis -- from their massive propaganda rallies to the first-ever war crimes trials.But it's also the first city to win the UNESCO...
  •  Islamic caliphate, the new Nazis?
    Islamic caliphate, the new Nazis?
    Armed and Hell-bent on ethnic and religious cleansing, the Sunni group, ISIL, which controls large areas of Iraq and Syria has announced the establishment of a caliphate ("an Islamic form of government representing the political unity")...
  • Unholy Alliance reveals depth of Nazi mysticism
    Unholy Alliance reveals depth of Nazi mysticism
    Unholy Alliance, an in-depth study of Nazi mysticism, was first published in 1995 and reissued in 2002. In this work, Peter Levenda takes us to a remote village in Argentina, where he is confronted by Nazis at Colonia Dignidad. Leaving us with a...
  • Wolfenstein: The New Order cover
    PS3 Review: Wolfenstein The New Order
    Wolfenstein: The New Order takes place in an alternate timeline in the 1960s. After a failed mission to kill General Deathshead, B.J. Blazkowicz goes into a coma due to trauma and shrapnel damage. He is rescued by a mental facility, where, upon...
  • Real Monuments Man spoke at Archives May 8, WWII Victory in Europe anniversary
    Real Monuments Man spoke at Archives May 8, WWII Victory in Europe anniversary
    Monuments Man Harry Ettlinger, 88, a German-born Jew, told his story better than any film could at a ceremony May 8, donating the last-known "Hitler Album" to the National Archives.Ettlinger spoke beside a photograph of himself as a 19...
  • Monuments Men gave Hitler Album to National Archives May 8, Victory in Europe anniversary
    Monuments Men gave Hitler Album to Archives May 8, Victory in Europe anniversary
    Monuments Men of film fame donated the last-known "Hitler Album" of Nazi-looted artworks to the National Archives on May 8, the 69th anniversary of the Allies' victory in Europe, V-E Day.An actual Monuments Man, Harry Ettlinger, 88,...
  • Tragic St. Louis voyage 75th anniversary is honored at Library of Congress
    Tragic St. Louis voyage 75th anniversary is honored at Library of Congress
    The Library of Congress will host a panel discussion moderated by Marvin Kalb on May 19 honoring the 75th anniversary of the SS St. Louis, whose more than 930 Jewish refugees from Nazism were rejected by Cuba, the U.S., and Canada, and forced to...
  • Sarah Palin
    Liberal Daily Kos compares NRA meeting to Nazi rally
    The effort to marginalize and demonize anyone who supports the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms continues, as the far left-wing Daily Koscompared the recent NRA meeting in Indianapolis to a Nazi rally, Newsbusters reported Tuesday....
  • The History of Invulnerability by Milwaukee Repertory Theater
    In the Beginning: the Rep explores Superman’s Jewish identity
    Superheroes are a huge pop-culture phenomenon nowadays, not to mention a multimillion dollar industry. But gods and heroes with magical powers have always been popular, doubtless since skin-clad storytellers entertained rapt audiences around...
  • Unborn Baby
    Aborted babies used to power hospitals
    Aborted babies have been used to power the furnaces at hospitals in England. In addition to using aborted babies, the hospital also used miscarried babies. According to a March 24 report by the Daily Mail, English hospitals have burned 15,500 dead...
  • "Degenerate Art: The Attack on Modern Art in Nazi Germany, 1937", catalogue for exhibit at Neue Galerie, NYC
    Nazi 'Degenerate Art' is displayed at New York's Neue Galerie through Sept. 1
    "Degenerate Art: The Attack on Modern Art in Nazi Germany, 1937", recreating part of the infamous Munich exhibit of seized paintings Hitler had termed "filth for filth's sake", is at New York's Neue Galerie through Sept...