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Communism


Communism

The life of Whittaker Chambers was as astonishing as it was complex. Throughout the course of his life, he was a communist, a conservative, …


Communism

[Editor’s Note: These remarks were delivered at the Triumph of Liberty Luncheon during the annual Victims of Communism Commemoration in Washington, D.C., on June 11, 2015. An …


Communism

A quarter of a century ago, Soviet Communism, the dark tyranny that had controlled dozens of nations and was responsible for the deaths of …


Communism Cuba

The past few months have been a pivotal time for Cuba. Last December, the US government announced the first steps towards normalizing diplomatic relations …


Communism

It was twenty-five years ago, but it feels like yesterday. When seeing the images of the fall of the Berlin Wall, I cried with …


China Communism

Washington’s Governor Jay Inslee is in hot water this week after he raised the Chinese flag to full mast in front of the state house in Olympia. …


Communism Russia

Campari—the bitter Italian liqueur—joined those ‘useful idiots’ making communism cool again. They ought to issue an apology for their use of Soviet symbols in …


Communism

Monday, March 9, 2015 To the senior class of Cottonwood Classical Preparatory School (Albuquerque, NM): On behalf of millions of victims of communism, we …


Communism

The term “communism” originated in France in the 1840’s but it acquired a modern meaning only in 1918 when Vladimir Ilyich Lenin, having seized …