There is only so much one can know by reading and talking about a nation, without actually going there. Such was my dilemma before making a trip to Cuba in September, aware of the risks to people who work in the media and challenge the regime.
Communism's Failures Up Close and Personal
The Guide to Academia for Aspiring Liberals
The road to an academic career is a long one, and many individuals fall by the wayside. Before handing over many precious years of your life, one would be wise to get a precise sense for where this path leads and how to navigate it successfully.
Interview: Tanisha Mendieta on Valdivia and the Fort Galt Project
Recently I made the trip to Valdivia in southern Chile, and got to meet a couple of expats during my stay. That included Tanisha Mendieta from Los Angeles, California, and she agreed to share her experience with others who may be interested in taking the plunge.
Indie Documentary Shows How to Escape the Nanny-State Plantation
Perhaps the most tragic aspect of the United States is racial division: the pain of the past that continues on. Unfortunately, race hustlers rub salt into the wounds and seek to keep Americans divided, but there is a noble pushback.
Robert Spencer Cuts a Knife through Sugarcoating Gymnastics
My initial view was like that of my peers, particularly those concerned with foreign-relations blowback: the threat comes only from misinformed radicals (Islamists) who pervert the religion, particularly those provoked by military intervention from the United States and her allies.
I can no longer accept such a position.