Brexiting the Scene

Overnight, the results of the referendum in the United Kingdom were announced – Brexit.  In what will easily stand as the defining moment for the UK in post-WWII European relations, a final tally of 51.9% (roughly 17.4 million people) of votes were cast for exiting the European Union. People 65 and older overwhelmingly voted to leave the… Read More Brexiting the Scene

When the Germans Were the Ones Who Didn’t Want to Integrate – A Translation

Author: Berthold Seewald Translator: Douglas McKnight The mass immigration of Germans to the USA in the 18th century provoked a fear of being overrun by foreigners.  America’s government was in danger.   An American with German roots points the way towards successful integration. On June 11th, 1776, five men from of the Continental Congress of the… Read More When the Germans Were the Ones Who Didn’t Want to Integrate – A Translation