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Cultural Deviancy Is the Problem, Not Guns

Cultural Deviancy Is the Problem, Not Guns

By Walter Williams There’s a story told about a Paris chief of police who was called to a department store to stop a burglary in progress. Upon his arrival, he… Read more »

Letter: Politics over Principle?

Letter: Politics over Principle?

It is with dismay, and a sense of betrayal, that I write this letter re: last week’s Senate vote on Secretary of Defense nominee Chuck Hagel. In particular, Senator Richard… Read more »

Stand up and speak out for the people of Syria

Stand up and speak out for the people of Syria

By Cantor Mark Perman We have all been troubled, I would hope, by the events in Syria over the past two years. Estimates are that 60,000 civillians have died, many more have been… Read more »

Guns and Moses

Guns and Moses

By Rabbi Joshua Hammerman The commentator Ibn Ezra explains that the commandment “Thou shalt not murder” in this manner: “One may murder by carelessness, by indifference, by the failure to… Read more »

What Koch himself thought he did best

What Koch himself thought he did best

By Tevi Troy In 2011, I interviewed Ed Koch for an article I was writing for City Journal. The first thing he told me was that his mayoralty had “saved… Read more »

Why don’t Jewish groups oppose Hagel, arms to Egypt?

Why don’t Jewish groups oppose Hagel, arms to Egypt?

By Morton Klein and Irwin Hochberg Israel is facing serious challenges on two new fronts. President Barack Obama has nominated Israel-basher Chuck Hagel for secretary of defense and sent fighter… Read more »

Caroline Glick sums it up: Chuck Hagel – It’s the anti-Americanism, stupid

Caroline Glick sums it up: Chuck Hagel – It’s the anti-Americanism, stupid

Chuck Hagel hates Jews. Or should I say, he hates Jews who think that Jews have rights and that their rights should be defended — in Israel, by the government… Read more »

Israeli-Palestinian Textbook Study Overlooks Core Issue

Israeli-Palestinian Textbook Study Overlooks Core Issue

By Abraham H. Foxman The recent study of Palestinian and Israeli textbooks, prepared under the auspices of the Jerusalem-based Council of Religious Institutions of the Holy Land is already generating… Read more »

Letter: Where are the women?

Letter: Where are the women?

I note the lovely photo of the fifth grade boys of Yeshiva K’tana in Waterbury celebrating beginning their study of Gemara surrounded by their proud fathers (Around Connecticut, Jan. 18,… Read more »

If you can’t save everybody, save nobody?

If you can’t save everybody, save nobody?

By Rafael Medoff Is President Obama ‘s new human rights policy “If we can’t save everybody, then we shouldn’t save anybody”…? That’s the unfortunate impression the president left with his… Read more »

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