• Pragerisms

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    Dennis Prager Wisdom.

    • "The left is far more interested in gaining power than in creating wealth."
    • "Without wisdom, goodness is worthless."
    • "I prefer clarity to agreement."
    • "First tell the truth, then state your opinion."
    • "Being on the Left means never having to say you're sorry."
    • "If you don't fight evil, you fight gobal warming."
    • "There are things that are so dumb, you have to learn them."
  • Liberalism’s Seven Deadly Sins

    • Sexism
    • Intolerance
    • Xenophobia
    • Racism
    • Islamophobia
    • Bigotry
    • Homophobia

    A liberal need only accuse you of one of the above in order to end all discussion and excuse himself from further elucidation of his position.

  • Glenn’s Reading List for Die-Hard Pragerites

    • Bolton, John - Surrender is not an Option
    • Bruce, Tammy - The Thought Police; The New American Revolution; The Death of Right and Wrong
    • Charen, Mona - DoGooders:How Liberals Hurt Those They Claim to Help
    • Coulter, Ann - If Democrats Had Any Brains, They'd Be Republicans; Slander
    • Dalrymple, Theodore - In Praise of Prejudice; Our Culture, What's Left of It
    • Doyle, William - Inside the Oval Office
    • Elder, Larry - Stupid Black Men: How to Play the Race Card--and Lose
    • Frankl, Victor - Man's Search for Meaning
    • Flynn, Daniel - Intellectual Morons
    • Fund, John - Stealing Elections
    • Friedman, George - America's Secret War
    • Goldberg, Bernard - Bias; Arrogance
    • Goldberg, Jonah - Liberal Fascism
    • Herson, James - Tales from the Left Coast
    • Horowitz, David - Left Illusions; The Professors
    • Klein, Edward - The Truth about Hillary
    • Mnookin, Seth - Hard News: Twenty-one Brutal Months at The New York Times and How They Changed the American Media
    • Morris, Dick - Because He Could; Rewriting History
    • O'Beirne, Kate - Women Who Make the World Worse
    • Olson, Barbara - The Final Days: The Last, Desperate Abuses of Power by the Clinton White House
    • O'Neill, John - Unfit For Command
    • Piereson, James - Camelot and the Cultural Revolution: How the Assassination of John F. Kennedy Shattered American Liberalism
    • Prager, Dennis - Think A Second Time
    • Sharansky, Natan - The Case for Democracy
    • Stein, Ben - Can America Survive? The Rage of the Left, the Truth, and What to Do About It
    • Steyn, Mark - America Alone
    • Stephanopolous, George - All Too Human
    • Thomas, Clarence - My Grandfather's Son
    • Timmerman, Kenneth - Shadow Warriors
    • Williams, Juan - Enough: The Phony Leaders, Dead-End Movements, and Culture of Failure That Are Undermining Black America--and What We Can Do About It
    • Wright, Lawrence - The Looming Tower




Polls are looking grim for the Democrats, but here is an indication that the reality will be even grimmer:

Two-thirds of independent voters believe friends and family are afraid to say who they will actually vote for in the midterm elections, a Convention of States Action/Trafalgar Group survey released exclusively to Breitbart News on Thursday revealed.

The survey found two-thirds of independents, 66.3 percent, expressing the belief that their friends and family members are “afraid to express their views about who they will vote for in the 2022 midterm elections.” The majority of Republican voters, 51.4 percent, said the same.

No one is afraid to tell pollsters and others that they intend to vote for Democrats, so this suggests that the independent turnout will be even more pro-GOP than the polls now indicate. I have been saying for a while that this year’s elections will be a GOP tsunami, and at this point pretty much all signs point in that direction.


November 5, 2022

Rat’s Nest: Hakeem Jeffries and Adam Schiff gnaw and scratch it out over who gets to lead the losing Democrats

By Monica Showalter at American Thinker:

The battle to be King ‘Rat among the rapidly sinking Democrats is now going full steam.

According to Politico:

The race to succeed Speaker Nancy Pelosi as the leader of House Democrats may have been clinched at a meeting in the Capitol on Sept. 1.

That’s when House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn of South Carolina and Rep. Hakeem Jeffries of New York slipped back to Washington to connect in Clyburn’s office during the summer congressional recess at Jeffries’ request.

Jeffries, the fifth-ranking House Democrat who aspires to be the first-ranking House Democrat in the next Congress, was picking up heightened chatter from colleagues about California Rep. Adam Schiff’s outreach expressing his own interest in the top caucus job.

Hakeem, it seems, was pretty sure he had it in the bag until Adam Schiff came along, sneaking around under cover of darkness to get the leadership job locked up. According to my research from last January, Hakeem’s planned it out like this for years. He went running to Clyburn, the man who made Joe Biden president, to try to get Godfather’s blessing again.

Clyburn, who is said to possibly want the job himself, was suitably clerical in his vaguely positive anointing of Jeffries as House Democrat leader:

“There’s nothing I would ever do to impede the progress of our up-and-coming young Democrats and I see him as an up-and-coming young Democrat,” Clyburn said in an interview about Jeffries. “He knows that, I didn’t have to tell him that — but I did.”

Asked if he would be willing to serve in an emeritus role in the leadership, Clyburn said he is “willing to do anything the caucus thinks is to their benefit,” noting that Jeffries has “referred to me as a mentor.”

So he wants it, too, but he reassured Jeffries that he has his papal blessing.

Meanwhile, Schiff, who has been plotting to lead the Democrats for about as long as Jeffries, has been scurrying around to be the top ‘rat on the sinking ship, too.

Here’s the Washington Post, in a piece dated July 28, 2022:

Schiff’s overtures, which began in earnest earlier this year, have focused on consolidating support among his home base, the expansive California delegation, according to members of that group. And though he has not made an explicit ask for endorsements, he is gauging members’ interest and planting the seed that leading the caucus is his goal.

Schiff has also reached out to members in a variety of key blocs in the vast Democratic caucus, including the minority tri-caucuses made up of the powerful Congressional Black Caucus, the Congressional Hispanic Caucus and the Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus. He has also reached out to the ideological factions within the Democratic caucus: both the large Progressive Caucus and the centrist New Democrat Coalition, of which he is a member, according to several people with knowledge of the outreach.

Both Jeffries and Schiff position themselves as Democrat “moderates,” which is utterly laughable, given their voting records.

Schiff argues that the party owes him for all he’s done for them — the impeachment, the Russian collusion hoax, the January 6 kangaroo hearings. He’s close to Nancy Pelosi. He’s a big fundraiser, and for Democrats, money talks

Jeffries argues that he is younger, which is a point in his favor, given the jurassic leadership of the Democrats, and of course, he holds the prospect of being another “first” for the Democrats, this time as the first black leader of the historic Party of the Klan. From the Democrats’ point of view, that might make sense because Democrats are bleeding black voters, with approximately 20% said to have moved on to the Republicans. Democrats had thought they had that constituency in the bag, so what better than to put a black face in front of them as a sort of call to black people to rally, as if Republicans had no black leaders themselves? Democrats understand little about why black voters are leaving the Democrats.

What a wretched way to choose the leadership of the loser party, though. Instead of openly debating on ideas and letting the best man win, they’re sneaking around in private and trying to get big guys to stick up for them. Schiff, if he wins, would have won because of his capacity to raise money, meaning, his friendships with billionaire Democrat donors. Jeffries, if he wins, will have gotten his place based on affirmative action considerations, and we all know how well that worked out for Joe Biden, who elevated incompetent Kamala Harris to the vice presidency on those grounds. James Clyburn can take a bow for that one, too.

Now it looks like the fix may be in, though it may be just a leaky weather balloon to pump up Jeffries. Jeffries has a record that’s just as extreme as that of Pelosi and the other mainstream Democrats, his only argument on that front is that he’s not one of the crazies. He had been all in for defunding the police when it was popular, then denied he was for defunding the police when the polls came in about the idea. He let the cat out of the bag on the Chavista goals of the Democrats, too, making an odd Freudian slip about it last January.

Now he’s angling for a leadership role in the sinking Democrat ship, seeking to become its nautical figurehead. Any questions as to why this party is going down?


He’s Coached the Same Team for 63 Years, and He’s Not Retiring. He Has a Playoff Game.

An afternoon on the pitch with the New Jersey high school soccer legend Miller Bugliari

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Basking Ridge, N.J.

Miller Bugliari is a big man on this campus, but he doesn’t see himself that way.

“I take a little pride,” he says quietly, “but I try to ignore it.”

Bugliari’s impact is hard to miss at Pingry, a private school in this leafy New Jersey suburb. There’s his name painted into the soccer field we scoot across in his golf cart on this warm fall afternoon. There’s his name again, on the handsome athletic center, built in 2017. Every student we pass gives Bugliari an enthusiastic wave or nod. It’s like touring the chocolate factory floor with Wonka himself.



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The legendary American boys’ high school soccer coach is still at it—coaching his 63rd consecutive season, at age 87. The accumulated numbers are absurd. Bugliari possesses a lifetime coaching record that looks like an international telephone number: 916 wins, 130 losses, 82 ties. The list of titles includes 21 state championships. There is so much hardware and memorabilia piled into Bugliari’s office it can be difficult to locate the Hall of Fame coach behind his desk.

Miller Bugliari is coaching his 63rd consecutive season at age 87.PHOTO: ARISTIDE ECONOMOPOULOS FOR THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

And yet I keep getting told it isn’t about the championships here. Talk to a Pingry graduate about Bugliari, and you’ll get an earful about their former coach’s intellectual curiosity, his patience, the way he shaped young men into parents, leaders and coaches themselves. You’ll hear about the biology classes Bugliari taught, or the student trips he arranged to places like Italy and Portugal. 

You’ll hear about Bugliari’s wry sense of humor, like when I bragged to him that my late father coached high school tennis for 40 years.

“Short timer,” Bugliari says, playfully. 

If you listen long enough, you might hear about some stunt Bugliari pulled in his young days, like the time someone dared him to climb the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree—and he did. (“Many, many years ago…I never got to the top,” he tells me.) You might learn about his side job on NFL sidelines: Bugliari spent 45 years as a member of the “chain gang” in the nearby Meadowlands, part of the crew that measures first downs. There are also his cameos in Hollywood movies, like his recent turn as an extra in Bradley Cooper’s upcoming movie about Leonard Bernstein. (Bugliari’s son David is Cooper’s agent.)

Only after a while do we get to his coaching, to the zillion victories, and the legacy of a man who helped pioneer soccer in this country when it was an eccentric sport for kids who didn’t play tackle football. Bugliari’s reputation has grown to the point the Italian pro club Juventus practiced at Pingry during a U.S. swing. He counts the legendary Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson as a friend.  

And he’s still coming to work in 2022. 

Assistant coach David Fahey, left, listens to head coach Miller Bugliari at the start of practice.PHOTO: ARISTIDE ECONOMOPOULOS FOR THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

“I think everyone is blessed with something they like to do,” Bugliari says. “I just enjoy it. I’ve always enjoyed working—and the kids keep you young.”

Bugliari is a Pingry grad himself, class of 1952. He played football, but in his early teens he was diagnosed with a tubercular hip, which put his leg in a cast for six months, and ruled out a return to tackle football. He played touch football instead, which is where Pingry’s then-soccer coach, Frank West, saw him running around, and urged him to come play with his team. 

“He said ‘Play soccer,’” Bugliari says. “I didn’t know what it was.” 

West was a quiet coach, he recalls. “In those days, coaches didn’t say much,” he says. Bugliari’s coaching style today is more professorial than voluble or rah-rah. He’s assisted by a quintet of coaches who all once played for him. Before we zip out on the golf cart to practice, Bugliari confers with one assistant, David Fahey, about drills he wants to run.

“That 1 vs. 1, that 10-minute thing, I want to do it every day,” he says.

“The little one to goal?” asks Fahey.

“I love it,” Bugliari says. “If you keep doing it, it’s going to make a big difference.”

At practice, the drill is a rowdy hit, the Pingry players rooting on each other in the cage-match style competition. One of Bugliari’s players this year is a grandson, Anthony Bugliari. Over the decades, many Pingry players have gone on to play in college, including Division I. (Another Bugliari grandson, Will, plays at Colgate. Miller himself played at Springfield College.) A few have made it to professional teams. 

That Miller Mystique can be intimidating, players say, until they meet the coach himself. “My heart was pounding the first time I saw him on the field,” says captain Leon Ma, who will play for Williams College next year. “All I ever wanted to do was play soccer for Coach Bugliari.”

“Coach Bugliari was, like, a mythical creature to me,” says another captain, Sam Hecht. “I was nervous. But the first time I saw him I was like, ‘Oh, it’s just this guy.’

He laughs. “I feel so privileged—he’s been doing it for what, 60 years now? I’m just happy to be a part of it.”

Over the years, the environment around the game has significantly changed. Decades ago, Bugliari may have tried to convert a football player to soccer, but today, mostly everyone arrives on campus with years of experience on the pitch. Coaching technology has advanced dramatically. Bugliari used to send a student into the bleachers to film a game, now a remote camera tracks the ball during every contest, allowing Pingry coaches to order up individual highlights for every player. 

Parents have changed, too. 

“More like agents than they were originally,” Bugliari says, amused. “But most of them are pretty nice. If you can get a chance to explain [a decision] to them, it makes a difference.”

He still loves it. Will he keep going in 2023? “Miller never indicates anything other than he will be back next year,” says Fahey. 

“Lord willing,” Bugliari confirms.

He likes being busy. Bugliari’s been married 55 years to his wife, Elizabeth; they met at Pingry, where she taught geography. She attends games with her Irish setter, Brady.

Bugliari says he appreciates how coaching makes him feel connected.

“In 50 years, you’ll understand,” he tells me.

As I say goodbye, Bugliari offers a final thought: 

“I might not have reached everybody, but at least me and the staff tried,” he says. “If you don’t care about kids, you wouldn’t do it.”

The Pingry boys soccer team won another playoff game Wednesday, 5-0. 

Miller Bugliari’s grandson scored a goal. 



November 5, 2022

Message to Dems: Suicide is Not an Option

By Edward R. Zuckerbrod at American Thinker:

The guy may have been your kid’s little league coach, or someone you hung out with in high school — a pal with whom you were comfortable hoisting a few beers. Or perhaps she’s a former college roommate, or a congenial business colleague, or a lawyer who represented you earlier in her career. Maybe that person, man or woman, was at one time a dependable neighbor who’d watched your kids while you attended to an emergency.

But if that familiar, trusted person is running for elected office with a (D) next to his/her name, then in the privacy of the voting booth (such as they are now) you must put your personal feelings aside and send that candidate packing. It is your duty to your family, your community, and your country to wholly and decisively reject the destruction that Democrats are inexorably pulling us towards — even the ones falsely portraying themselves as “moderates.”  

This November 8 may very well be the last chance to peacefully and constitutionally ward off nationwide catastrophe.

The Democrat party is suffering from a severe illness that only intense and immediate intervention can treat.  Perhaps — just perhaps — wholesale repudiation of their ideas will initiate a process that will someday return the party to a semblance of sanity and responsibility. But right now, they are in the throes of a delirium, or suffering the effects of an odd addiction; some might even go as far as to call it possession, in dire need of exorcism.

Whatever’s the proper diagnosis, any person professing loyalty to the national Democrat Pparty organization, that fetid alliance doing so much to make ours a divided, threatened, and — Heaven forbid — possibly moribund nation is currently unfit to exercise leadership.

Even Democrat ‘dog-catchers’ mustn’t be exempt; the housecleaning needs to be as complete and thorough as free and open elections (assuming they are) allow.

For reasons only a re-animated Sigmund Freud could begin to explain, Joe Biden and the Dems are singing a self-loathing siren song of national destruction. Even they can’t be stupid enough — and they are indeed very, very stupid — to believe that the policies they’re pursuing can lead to anything other than disaster. The last two years of the Biden Bad Dream have at least clearly illustrated a shocking truth: Progress, reform, and even that incessantly drummed phrase “social justice” are not their real goals.

Taking down the whole shebang, i.e. the demise of America as we’ve known it is what they’re after, and the people who are condemned to penury, poverty and death as a result are just necessary collateral damage in the achievement of their ends.

Whatever happens on November 8, the Democrats’ War to End Energy Independence has already determined that this will be a winter fraught with hardship and shortage. It was the economic equivalent of cutting our wrists; even the blindest of purported “leaders” could see that. Now, cold weather is demonstrating the consequences of such folly; at the time of this writing, we’re facing a diesel fuel emergency that the Biden administration seems not to even recognize, let alone address.

This can’t be simply chalked-up to mere stupidity; it must be more in the nature of deliberate self-harm.

It’s most likely too late to substantially mitigate the real suffering many of us will experience in the coming months by simply casting a vote against the Democrats. Way too much damage has already been done to fully escape it. But if the worst comes to pass — and it’s not an exaggeration to say that it might — and this is the final time we can avail ourselves of the electoral prerogatives of a free and relatively prosperous people, then at least by rejecting the promulgators of national suicide we can avoid a small measure of the condemnation future generations will justly heap upon us for allowing our indifference and poor judgment to bring this about.

If fate has judged the living generations of Americans to be too soft, spoiled and weak to uphold the traditions left to us by our stronger, abler, more committed forefathers, and that consequently everything they’ve handed down to us over these last two and a half centuries is to come crashing down around our incompetent ears, then let’s show that at least there are some of us willing to go down fighting. Let it be an honorable death, not ignominious suicide.

At this crucial moment we can thank the Lord and our Founding Fathers that we have in our hands a very high caliber weapon bearing great power and effect: the pens we’ll use to fill out our ballots.

Don’t waste them, don’t throw up your hands in disgust and say ‘what’s the use?’ while you sit on your butt and let your country bleed out. Leave sentiment and past party allegiance aside; there are people who’ve condemned this country to death — and while it’s still possible, she must be rescued from that self-imposed sentence.

All throughout our great history, far-sighted Americans have feared that sooner or later, our republic would perish at our own hands.  If we are to prevent it from happening now, the first engagement of what will ultimately be a long war for its survival comes this Tuesday!

“What’s going on here?”



NBC News anchor Miguel Almaguer reported that Paul Pelosi reacted in an unusual way to the arrival of police officers after calling 911 in the incident that President Biden led his closing argument with this week. A few hours after the story aired yesterday morning on Today, however, NBC deep-sixed it with this editor’s statement: “The piece should not have aired because it did not meet NBC News reporting standards.” NRO’s Ari Blaff adds this: “NBC did not respond when asked why the segment was retracted.”

Thanks to New Twitter, the story remains available. Is there any doubt that Old Twitter would have killed it? In any event, NewBuster’s Curtis Houck is one of several who have taken advantage of the Musk Dispensation (below).


What’s going on here? I think NBC News owes the public an explanation of how the story failed its standards.

As matters stand now, this incident reminds me of the classic scene in Dr. Strangelove in which Colonel “Bat” Guano shoots up a Coke machine at the behest of Group Captain Lionel Mandrake to get change for a long-distance call to the president. If events don’t pan out as alleged, Guano warns Mandrake, “You’re gonna have to answer to the Coca-Cola company.” In this case some executive at NBC warned someone at NBC News, “You’re gonna have to answer to the President of the United States.”



‘In addition, Americans remain suspicious of mail-in ballots and the practices associated with them, particularly “ballot harvesting.”’

November 4, 2022

We Must Restore America’s Faith in Its Elections

By Robert J. Hutchinson at American Thinker:

Nearly two years after the shambolic 2020 U.S. presidential election,

In addition, Americans remain suspicious of mail-in ballots and the practices associated with them, particularly “ballot harvesting.”

It strikes many Americans as more than suspicious that Joe Biden just happened to win more votes than in any election in history during the one election in which massive, unprecedented numbers of mail-in ballots were used.

According to the U.S. Census, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, an astonishing 69% of Americans in 2020 voted via “non-traditional methods”; that is, through the mail, the use of “drop boxes” or through early voting.

and the private takeover of government election operations by nonprofit organizations controlled by partisan Democrats, funded by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

A Monmouth University poll released in late September 2022 found that fully one-third (32%) of all Americans and 61% of Republicans still believe election interference was the cause of Donald Trump’s defeat—despite 23 months of non-stop and increasingly threatening media propaganda, a ludicrous Congressional show trial of “mostly peaceful” election protesters, and even calls by Democrat politicians to make questioning election results a crime.

According to a 2021 Rasmussen Reports survey, fully 56% of respondents said “it’s likely that cheating affected the outcome of the 2020 presidential election, including 41% who said it’s ‘very likely.’”

These are the incalcitrant “election deniers” Joe Biden has denounced as “semi-fascists” and a “threat to democracy”—including nearly 300 candidates for elected office across America.

How can people hold such a ludicrous opinion, especially when every corporate-owned news outlet in America, and dozens of courts and citizen-watch organizations, insist the opposite; namely, that America’s elections have never been more secure and fair?

In a little-noted article in Time Magazine that appeared in February 2021, right after the 2020 election, a coalition of Democrat officials in state election offices, left-wing advocacy groups, Big Tech and media executives, and lawyers admitted boosting Joe Biden’s chances with methods that were effectively untraceable.

According to Time, Biden’s victory was the result of “a well-funded cabal of powerful people, ranging across industries and ideologies, working together behind the scenes to influence perceptions, change rules and laws, steer media coverage and control the flow of information.”

“Steering media coverage,” of course, refers to the outright censorship of news articles about Hunter Biden’s corrupt business practices in China and Ukraine—and the possibility that Joe Biden himself received a 10% cut “for the big guy.”

So, this “cabal” of powerful people working behind the scenes (1) “influenced perceptions,” (2) “changed rules and laws” and (3) “controlled the flow of information” but…didn’t rig the election? They only “fortified” it?

“Their work touched every aspect of the election,” Time concluded. “They got states to change voting systems and laws and helped secure hundreds of millions in public and private funding. They fended off voter-suppression lawsuits, recruited armies of poll workers and got millions of people to vote by mail for the first time. They successfully pressured social media companies to take a harder line against disinformation and used data-driven strategies to fight viral smears. They executed national public-awareness campaigns that helped Americans understand how the vote count would unfold over days or weeks, preventing Trump’s conspiracy theories and false claims of victory from getting more traction.”

In addition, Americans remain suspicious of mail-in ballots and the practices associated with them, particularly “ballot harvesting.”

It strikes many Americans as more than suspicious that Joe Biden just happened to win more votes than in any election in history during the one election in which massive, unprecedented numbers of mail-in ballots were used.

According to the U.S. Census, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, an astonishing 69% of Americans in 2020 voted via “non-traditional methods”; that is, through the mail, the use of “drop boxes” or through early voting.

Mail-in ballots are flatly illegal in most (67%) countries in Europe precisely because they “remain the largest source of potential voter fraud,” as the bipartisan 2005 report of the Commission on Federal Election Reform put it.

Plus, Democrat officials in key battleground states illegally changed the rules in the months before the 2020 election to actually remove the verification safeguards they insist are in place to make sure fraudulent mail-in ballots do not get counted. In some states, signature verification is not required at all on mail-in ballots.

By some estimates, as many as 10 million mail-in ballots did not have those safeguards or a real “chain of custody” record for recounts.

In many states, the “proof” of identity is on outside envelopes that are then set aside once opened. Supposed “recounts” and “audits,” therefore, prove nothing: they are simply recounting anonymous ballots that are impossible to trace to actual voters.

The truth is confidence in America’s democratic system is fading fast.

One Gallup poll found that 59% of Americans don’t have confidence in the honesty of their elections, while only 40% say they do.

The reason is clear: the very methods that Democrats push to boost their success—such as universal mail-in ballots, no I.D. to vote, and an “election season” that lasts for weeks to accommodate ballot-harvesting—undermine confidence that the elections are fair.

In Nordic countries, where elections are conducted with paper ballots cast in person, confidence in election integrity is very high. Fully 89% of respondents in Finland and Norway, and 87% in Sweden, say their elections are fair and honest.

For the sake of the country, therefore, politicians in both of America’s main parties should return to the commonsense system that worked well for 200 years—paper ballots submitted on a single day, in person. No electronic voting machines, no “drop boxes,” no ballot harvesting, no early voting.

If America continues on its current path, the only people who will believe in the legitimacy of its elections will be CNN pundits and others paid to do so. The people themselves will assume, as polls show they already do, that America no longer exists as a functioning democracy.

Robert J. Hutchinson writes about the intersection of politics and ideas. His latest book is What Really Happened: The Death of Hitler.