Rethinking Victimhood

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Why family matters.

Obama’s “Stunning Naiveté”

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How the administration is putting America’s safety and national security at greater risk.

Caroline Glick: The NIF and the next war – Jerusalem Post

A regional war may well be approaching. The actions and statements of Iran and its Syrian, Lebanese and Palestinian proxies over the past week or so indicate that this is what Israel’s enemies are gunning for.In preparing for this growing threat, Israel’s leaders need to consider more than just the military challenges it faces. They […]

Drop in Polls Threatens Obama Agenda – Pollster.com

This week, President Obama finds himself facing his first public opinion crisis as several different national surveys showed his job approval below 50% over the past 10 days. The Marist and Quinnipiac surveys both put his job approval at 46%. CNN had it at 48% while Ipsos/McClatchy had it at 49%. But it was the […]

If it is to recover, Haiti must make some profound cultural and political changes. – By Anne Applebaum – Slate Magazine

For the past several days, I have found myself unable to look at the photographs from Haiti. I have also found that when I start reading an article datelined Port-au-Prince, I have to force myself to read to the end of it. I have donated money to Doctors Without Borders, on the grounds that it […]

Gauging the Iranian Threat

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Should Israel – and the world – worry about nuclear-armed mullahs?

Stopping the Next “Underwear Bomber” – by Alan M. Dershowitz

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How rigorous but vital security precautions could prevent the next terrorist tragedy.

Blaming Israel First – by P. David Hornik

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Obama administration “anti-Semitism” czar Hannah Rosenthal makes non-liberal Jews her first target.

On the Brink of Disaster – by Jacob Laksin

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Obamacare – and a government takeover of health care – moves toward final passage in the Senate.

Dems against Dems in health care vote struggle – AP

WASHINGTON – The end game in sight, Senate Democrats coped with stubborn internal differences as well as implacable Republican opposition on Monday in a struggle to pass health care legislation by Christmas.A liberal-backed call to expand Medicare as part of the legislation drew strong opposition from Sen. Joe Lieberman, I-Conn. and quieter concerns from a […]