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Find Gaudi, Miro and Picasso in Barcelona Dec. 15, 2019

Travel and Adventure

By Steve Bergsman Barcelona has always embraced creative strangers who wandered into this coastal ci... Read More

What's Behind Our World on Fire? Nov. 19, 2019

Patrick Buchanan

When the wildfires of California broke out across the Golden State, many were the causes given. Negl... Read More

At the Bullfights Ole May. 23, 2019

R. Emmett Tyrrell Jr.

LAS VENTAS, MADRID — I am supposedly on holiday in Madrid. I take a break from politics, from ... Read More

Must the West Beg the World for Forgiveness? Mar. 29, 2019

Patrick Buchanan

As the Democratic Party quarrels over reparations for slavery, a new and related issue has arisen, r... Read More

Why Autocrats Are Replacing Democrats Feb. 19, 2019

Patrick Buchanan

"If you look at Trump in America or Bolsonaro in Brazil, you see that people now want politicians wh... Read More

Red Wines for Sipping Sep. 18, 2018

Wine Talk

A friend came to me recently seeking wine recommendations, which is not unusual. She specifically ta... Read More

Ancient Girona Plays a Role in 'Game of Thrones' Aug. 12, 2018

Travel and Adventure

By Jim Farber Arya Stark races through the streets of Braavos, causing pandemonium as she flees the ... Read More

Independence Hypocrisy Dec. 06, 2017

Walter E. Williams

Officials in Catalonia, Spain's richest and most highly industrialized region, whose capital is Barc... Read More

Let Them Leave Oct. 11, 2017

John Stossel

The United States was born when the Founding Fathers seceded from England. So why do so many people... Read More

Moment of Unity in a Disintegrating World Oct. 03, 2017

Patrick Buchanan

"An act of pure evil," said President Trump of the atrocity in Las Vegas, invoking our ancient faith... Read More

The State of Our Tradition May. 26, 2016

R. Emmett Tyrrell Jr.

Madrid — One thing conservatives overlook in their worldview is tradition. We favor limited go... Read More

For Beaches and Architecture, It's Hard to Beat Barcelona Nov. 21, 2015

Travel and Adventure

By Victor Block A maze of twisted, narrow streets and alleyways is hemmed in by gray, age-worn medie... Read More

The Crossroads of Conquistadors Oct. 21, 2014

Miguel Perez

Using 16th-century maps but traveling on 21st-century highways — and even some waterways ̵... Read More

The Surge of Probiotics Oct. 17, 2014

C Force

There are claims made almost daily about the benefits to be found in a glass of wine — from lo... Read More

There Was Compassion on the Spanish Mission Trail Aug. 26, 2014

Miguel Perez

When we think of the Spanish conquistadors, most of us see images of the ruthless explorers who comm... Read More

Censor Google May. 16, 2014

Ted Rall

Last week's EU court ruling ordering Google and other search engines (there are other search engines... Read More

Gay Marriage's Hidden American History Started in Spanish Jan. 28, 2014

Miguel Perez

The word, as originally written in Spanish, was "diablura," which has been translated to English in ... Read More

This Week, the Answer Man Looks at New Year's Traditions Around the Globe. Jan. 04, 2014

The Answer Man

1. Name the country in which friends and family wish each other a happy Navasard on the first of Jan... Read More

European Union: R.I.P.? Nov. 28, 2010

Patrick Buchanan

When communism collapsed in Moscow, Prague and Belgrade at the end of the Cold War, ethnic nationali... Read More