At a recent film screening, I had the uncanny feeling I was watching something with critical relevance to the presidential race ? though it had nothing to do with politics.
The film ? aptly titled “Denial” ? explores the repercussions of the Holocaust and specifically, those who deny its historical truth.
“Denial” tells the true story of American historian Deborah E.
If Charles C.W. Cooke feels strongly about teaching critical thinking, then perhaps he could pen columns about all the classrooms that have shut down debate on global warming and leave the Holocaust out of it.
Irrespective of the politics of presidential elections, as a sibling researcher, I am elated with the prospect of a brother of a former president "actively exploring" a presidential run in 2016. The Hollywood-made script of an intro...
A month after its clandestine screening in Iran, a film about Anne Frank and the Holocaust has been secretly screened in Gaza, where Holocaust denial is widespread among leaders of Hamas, which rules the Gaza Strip. Much of the film...