Paul G. Kengor

What Lenin said about Christians and socialism

BY PAUL G. KENGOR “If someone calls it socialism,” said Rev. William Barber at the August meeting of the Democratic National Committee, “then we must...

The Last of the Bailey Brothers of WWII

BY PAUL G. KENGOR, INSTITUTE FOR FAITH & FREEDOM Five years ago, for Memorial Day 2014, I wrote about the five Bailey brothers of World...

On Trump, Democrats, and Socialism

BY PAUL G. KENGOR I published a piece recently on the reaction to President Trump’s condemnation of socialism in his State of the Union. He said something...

Marching for Life: Countering Roe v. Wade’s Escorts

BY DR. PAUL G. KENGOR I saw them again a few weeks ago, the first time in a while. My wife and I were driving...

Ronald Reagan’s Soulcraft

BY PAUL G. KENGOR In a modern world of dispiriting news, I offer for your perusal something uplifting. It’s an edifying letter from August 1982,...

George H. W. Bush and the call that surrendered the Soviet Union

BY PAUL G. KENGOR Editor’s note: This article first appeared at the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Numerous tributes to George H. W. Bush this week hailed his crucial...

Death at the Tree of Life Synagogue

BY PAUL G. KENGOR “Pray for us, I will call you later.” That was the text message we received from our 16-year-old daughter at 10:16 a.m....

Marx at 200: Classical Marxism vs. Cultural Marxism

BY DR. PAUL KENGOR Editor's note: This essay previously appeared in the American Spectator. the bicentennial of Karl Marx’ birth, a cause for literal celebration...

With God and Richard Pipes

BY PAUL G. KENGOR The most respected academic authority on the Russian Revolution, 20th century communism, and the Cold War has died. He was...

Marx’s Apologists Should Be Read in the Face

BY PAUL G. KENGOR May 5 marked the bicentennial of Karl Marx, who set the stage with his philosophy for the greatest ideological massacres in...

Remembering Barbara Bush—and Robin

BY PAUL G. KENGOR Only two women were both wife to a president and mother to a president. One was Abigail Adams, who died 200...

Winston Churchill’s Darkest Hour

BY PAUL G. KENGOR Last Saturday I dropped off my two oldest sons and their friend at the theatre. I planned to kill a couple...