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Catholic marriage advocate asks Church to obey canon law on marriage

Catholic marriage advocate asks Church to obey canon law on marriage

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Book review: Before Auschwitz

Book review: Before Auschwitz

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World War Two pilot and plane discovered in Germany

World War Two pilot and plane discovered in Germany

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The unequal burdens Americans bear for Obama's Clean Power Plan

The unequal burdens Americans bear for Obama's Clean Power Plan

Obama has fulfilled a campaign promise to make energy prices "skyrocket."

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The Greek tragedy in the European Union

The Greek tragedy in the European Union

The resurrection of Germany comes with increasing unease in the rest of Europe as the future of Greece is questioned.

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International Farhud Day: author's back story

International Farhud Day: author's back story

An eyewitness account of the first International Farhud Day observance at the United Nations. Historical memory preserved of 1940s genocide in Iraq under the guidance of Nazi Germany and a leading Muslim cleric: Nazi roots of Muslim terror.

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Pope Francis' environmental encyclical: respecting God and the natural order

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Britain and Russia in mysterious military air encounters

Britain and Russia in mysterious military air encounters

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Muslim terrorists use Nazi-era weapons

Muslim terrorists use Nazi-era weapons

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The deadly fusion of Nazism and Arab nationalism

The deadly fusion of Nazism and Arab nationalism

During WW2, Nazi leaders encouraged the emergence of Arab nationalism that was paired with anti-Semitism. Arabs served in Hitler's armies, and Iraqi Arabs - with the blessing of the leading Muslim cleric of the region - engaged in a genocide of Jews.

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The moral implications of Obama's internationalism

The moral implications of Obama's internationalism

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Praiseworthy Pius XII saved Jews from the Holocaust

Praiseworthy Pius XII saved Jews from the Holocaust

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European airlines switch to two-man rule following Germanwings crash

European airlines switch to two-man rule following Germanwings crash

Thomas Cook, Virgin Air, EasyJet and Norwegian declared that they are switching procedures to require two persons at all times in jetliner cockpits. This follows post-911 procedure for U.S. airlines.

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Germanwings pilot was locked out of cockpit

Germanwings pilot was locked out of cockpit

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Book review: My Battle Against Hitler

Book review: My Battle Against Hitler

Dietrich von Hildebrand was a German theologian who resisted Germany's National Socialism.

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Pius XII and that other holocaust

Pius XII and that other holocaust

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Terrorist threat threatens carnival in Germany

Terrorist threat threatens carnival in Germany

Jews and free speech under assault in Europe. Terrorist attacks in Denmark claim two lives. Synagogue attacked and conference on liberty.

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Terror attack in Germany

Terror attack in Germany

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'Avenge Muhammed' cry Muslim terrorists at deadly attack in Paris

'Avenge Muhammed' cry Muslim terrorists at deadly attack in Paris

Graphic video records Muslim terrorist shooting fallen police officer in the head.

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Welfare for Muslim immigrants threatens Europe's future

Welfare for Muslim immigrants threatens Europe's future

Two bestsellers argue that Muslims threaten European freedom and prosperity because they do not assimilate and rely on welfare benefits. Political correctness stifles debate and the EU undermines national sovreignty. Will Europe commit suicide?

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Book review: My Battle Against Hitler

Book review: My Battle Against Hitler

Dietrich von Hildebrand's memoir of his life of heroic consistency of belief and action in Germany in the midst of the Holocaust.

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On a day like today: Nazi hatred for Jews and Catholics

On a day like today: Nazi hatred for Jews and Catholics

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ISIS terrorist wants to return home to conquer Spain

ISIS terrorist wants to return home to conquer Spain

Muslim women from France, Germany, and Spain have travelled to Syria to join the Islamic State terror. Beheadings are okay with them.

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Roosevelt's D-Day prayer

Roosevelt's D-Day prayer

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Film review: Rape of Europa

Film review: Rape of Europa

A movie that teaches that art belongs to humanity. Otherwise, we are animals who just fight and live to eat.

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Film review: Nicky's Family

Film review: Nicky's Family

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IBM: Holocaust 'Business' is its middle name

IBM: Holocaust 'Business' is its middle name

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Author links IBM enumeration of Holocaust victims to anti-Semitism in Ukraine today

Author links IBM enumeration of Holocaust victims to anti-Semitism in Ukraine today

Award-winning journalist and author Edwin Black, who wrote 'IBM and the Holocaust' and 'The Farhud', will speak at a Holocaust memorial event in New Jersey. He will link the methods of IBM's collaboration with Nazis to the current tumult in Ukraine.

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Three paintings, stolen by Nazis, restored to rightful owners

Three paintings, stolen by Nazis, restored to rightful owners

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Germany's Catholic 'Bling Bishop' may face criminal charges

Germany's Catholic 'Bling Bishop' may face criminal charges

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Germany condemns US diplomat to EU over Ukraine remarks

Germany condemns US diplomat to EU over Ukraine remarks

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Germany: Christian pastors commit 'high treason' against Jesus and Gospel

Germany: Christian pastors commit 'high treason' against Jesus and Gospel

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Nazi submarine discovered off the coast of Indonesia

Nazi submarine discovered off the coast of Indonesia

At least 17 skeletons discovered in the WWII torpedoed hull.

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Book review: The Place Called Skull

Book review: The Place Called Skull

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On a day like today: the Joseph Leber story

On a day like today: the Joseph Leber story

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Another step closer to LED lightbulb access to Internet

Another step closer to LED lightbulb access to Internet

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LGBT activists take stock after UN defeat

LGBT activists take stock after UN defeat

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25 percent of Jews in EU fear to self-identify

25 percent of Jews in EU fear to self-identify

Socialist Sweden has the highest number of Jews afraid to identify themselves as Jews, while France came in second.

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World War 2 aviator identified and to be laid to rest at Arlington Cemetery

World War 2 aviator identified and to be laid to rest at Arlington Cemetery

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German Cardinal deplores Lampedusa tragedy: 'This isn't the Europe we want'

German Cardinal deplores Lampedusa tragedy: 'This isn't the Europe we want'

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The Holocaust, Syria, and the German business of poison gas

The Holocaust, Syria, and the German business of poison gas

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Ancient Americans dismembered their enemies

Ancient Americans dismembered their enemies

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Collaborators: Hitler and Hollywood

Collaborators: Hitler and Hollywood

Bill Donohue comments on an article in the Hollywood Reporter by Ben Urwand that is an excerpt from his forthcoming book, The Collaboration: Hollywood’s Pact with Hitler.

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Germany: Catholic seminarians expelled for neo-Nazi sympathies

Germany: Catholic seminarians expelled for neo-Nazi sympathies

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Relic of Franz Liszt finds a home in Weimar

Relic of Franz Liszt finds a home in Weimar

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Thought for the day: Notes on the Behemoth

Thought for the day: Notes on the Behemoth

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Hitlerland: book review

Hitlerland: book review

History is inevitable only in retrospect. American policy towards Hitler's Germany before and during the Second World War offers lessons Americans should heed.

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'Disinformation': new book recounts Soviet campaign against America, Israel and the Catholic Church

'Disinformation': new book recounts Soviet campaign against America, Israel and the Catholic Church

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On a day like today: Does Christ reign in our hearts?

On a day like today: Does Christ reign in our hearts?

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Film-maker chronicles Holocaust connections of multinational I.G. Farben

Film-maker chronicles Holocaust connections of multinational I.G. Farben

The next time you take a Bayer aspirin for a headache, think about mass murder and genocide.

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Detroit motorized the Third Reich

Detroit motorized the Third Reich

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Luxembourg: Prime Minister sees war clouds looming in Europe

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Catholic bishops rule on 'morning-after' pill that does not exist

Catholic bishops rule on 'morning-after' pill that does not exist

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Book reveals actor Klaus Kinski sexually abused his daughter

Book reveals actor Klaus Kinski sexually abused his daughter

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The future of Europe is not Francophone

The future of Europe is not Francophone

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The Heroism of Pope Pius XII

The Heroism of Pope Pius XII

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Doing your job can be dangerous: Ed Kennedy's story

Doing your job can be dangerous: Ed Kennedy's story

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Renowned author lectures in Las Vegas on U.S. corporate complicity in Holocaust

Renowned author lectures in Las Vegas on U.S. corporate complicity in Holocaust

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Edwin Black chronicles IBM deals with Nazi Germany

Edwin Black chronicles IBM deals with Nazi Germany

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Oldest Auschwitz deathcamp survivor passes away

Oldest Auschwitz deathcamp survivor passes away

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Author Edwin Black lectures in Seattle on 'IBM and the Holocaust'

Author Edwin Black lectures in Seattle on 'IBM and the Holocaust'

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Increased intolerance of Christians in Christian countries

Increased intolerance of Christians in Christian countries

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Greece: Shopkeepers riot rather than pay taxes

Greece: Shopkeepers riot rather than pay taxes

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Rabbi expresses gratitude to his Gentile saviour

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On a day like today: Henry Ford gets his due

On a day like today: Henry Ford gets his due

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Islamization of Europe's military continues

Islamization of Europe's military continues

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German Christians join Jews against circumcision ruling

German Christians join Jews against circumcision ruling

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Muslim-Usthashe alliance aided Nazi genocide in WW2 Balkans

Muslim-Usthashe alliance aided Nazi genocide in WW2 Balkans

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An invalid Spanish economy fears catching the Greek flu

An invalid Spanish economy fears catching the Greek flu

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When Hitler Took Austria: a memoir of faith and survival

When Hitler Took Austria: a memoir of faith and survival

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Israel remembers Chinese diplomat who rescued Jews

Israel remembers Chinese diplomat who rescued Jews

A Chinese diplomat, inspired by Christian teachings, defied his superiors to give visas to Jews who otherwise would have been exterminated.

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Germany Says Tymoshenko Case Could Scupper Association Agreement

Germany's foreign minister has warned that Ukraine's failure to address concerns about jailed ex-Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko could threaten a European Union-Ukraine association agreement that has been under negotiation for years.

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'Mein Kampf' to be taught in German schools

'Mein Kampf' to be taught in German schools

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Holocaust survivors deserve equal justice

Holocaust survivors deserve equal justice

With the passage of HR 890, Holocaust survivors would be able to bring claims for insurance compensation that is currently denied.

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Scholar-in-residence Edwin Blacks speaks to interfaith gatherings in Saskatchewan

Scholar-in-residence Edwin Blacks speaks to interfaith gatherings in Saskatchewan

In observance of Holocaust Day, Yom HaShoah, bestselling author Edwin Black will address Catholic and Lutheran students, business students at University of Regina, and at Beth Jacob Synagogue on the role of IBM in facilitating the Nazi death machine.

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Clean diesel technology meets California strict standards

Cadillac and Chevrolet will soon introduce diesel engines in certain models of cars.

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The 'B' in IBM stands for deadly business

The 'B' in IBM stands for deadly business

IBM engineers created Hollerith codes to differentiate between a Jew who had been worked to death and one who had been gassed: 3 meant death by natural causes, 4 by execution, 5 by suicide, and code 6 designated 'special treatment' - in gas chambers.

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IBM and the Holocaust: an excerpt from Edwin Black's blockbuster investigation

IBM and the Holocaust: an excerpt from Edwin Black's blockbuster investigation

The new updated edition of IBM and the Holocaust includes new photos and documentation.

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IBM and the Holocaust: live global streaming interview with author Edwin Black

IBM and the Holocaust: live global streaming interview with author Edwin Black

In a live interview. Edwin Black speaks about the re-release of 'IBM and the Holocaust', which offers new documentation about the corporate giant's complicity with Nazism.

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New edition of IBM and the Holocaust reveals incriminating documents

New edition of IBM and the Holocaust reveals incriminating documents

The new edition of IBM and the Holocaust includes internal IBM correspondence that incriminates the company in aiding Nazi Germany and enumerating the victims extinguished in the flames of Auschwitz.

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Germany President Christian Wulff Resigns Amid Scandals

German President Christian Wulff has announced his immediate resignation, amid pressure over a corruption scandal.

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Germany Jails Kosovar For Life Over U.S. Airmen Murder

A court in Frankfurt has sentenced an ethnic Albanian from Kosovo to life in prison for killing two U.S. soldiers and wounding two others in a gun attack in March 2011.

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Germany Arrests Alleged Syrian Spies

German police have arrested two men on suspicion they were spying on Syrian opposition groups in Germany.

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Franklin Delano Roosevelt's sin of omission: Auschwitz

Franklin Delano Roosevelt's sin of omission: Auschwitz

More evidence suggests President Roosevelt actively prevented the bombing of railways, and the Auschwitz death camp. International Holocaust Memorial Day is January 27.

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Edwin Black exposes oil-stained history of the Mideast on BookTV: British Petroleum and the Redline Agreement

Edwin Black exposes oil-stained history of the Mideast on BookTV: British Petroleum and the Redline Agreement

Acclaimed by experts, Black's book on British Petroleum shows the diplomatic and capitalist machinations that seized the oil of Mesopotamia and now underlies the conflict in Iraq. View the lecture here.

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Germany: Time For European Ratings Agencies

German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle says it is time for Europe to create its own independent credit ratings agencies.

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The Swerve: book review

The Swerve: book review

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St Joseph of Nazareth on Twitter

St Joseph of Nazareth on Twitter

A German has taken it upon himself to send out Tweets in the person of Joseph of Nazareth, a down to earth Jewish man betrothed to the Mother of God.

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European governments turn to churches to help HIV/AIDS sufferers

European governments turn to churches to help HIV/AIDS sufferers

Russia's government can no longer care for HIV/AIDS patients in some areas, and has turned to the Orthodox church for help.

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U.S., Germany Call For Security Council Action On Syria

The United States and Germany are leading renewed Western calls for the United Nations Security Council to take action in response to alleged atrocities committed by Syrian regime forces against demonstrators.

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Holocaust Memorial Day: Catholic bishop remains vigilant of threats to human life

Holocaust Memorial Day: Catholic bishop remains vigilant of threats to human life

"'No one is permitted to pass by the tragedy of the Shoah' and no Christian can pass by the Holocaust without profound reflection." Full text of speech given by Bishop Mark Davies of Shrewsbury UK.

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German Spy reveals lurid details of Vladmir Putin's Icy Personality

German Spy reveals lurid details of Vladmir Putin's Icy Personality

Vladmir Putin's wife, Lyudmila, calls the former KGB officer and future Russian prime minister 'The Freezer' for his unemotional demeanor. Nonetheless, some know him as a red-hot lover, including a Russian gymnast.

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One man's mission to remember Checkpoint Charlie

One man's mission to remember Checkpoint Charlie

One man's determination to fight tyranny with truth.

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Pope says Catholic Church defends values, does not impose faith

Pope says Catholic Church defends values, does not impose faith

Benedict XVI met with new German ambassador, taking an opportunity to denounce discrimination against women and defend Church's role in Europe.

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Conference cites moral courage needed to prevent future genocides

The history and inter-connections of various genocides will be examined in a San Diego conference.

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