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The Inevitability Of Media Bias

11 Elul 5768 – September 10, 2008
So powerful are the media that they have been referred to as the fourth branch of government. Indeed, they can make or break reputations.

The Singer Festival In Warsaw

For numerous reasons the most active time for Jewish events in Poland is the summer.

The Russian Bear And The Israeli Ant

About a year ago I saw a Russian television broadcast in which Vladimir Putin, riding a noble steed, reaches the edge of a lake, deftly removes his shirt and in an impressive display of muscle, leans over and washes his face in the crystal- clear water.

Five Years After Project Daniel… Our Strategic Recommendations to Israel Remain...

In our age of Total War, Israel must always remain fully aware of those harms that would threaten its very continuance as a state.

Wexler Breaks His Leash On Palin

4 Elul 5768 – September 3, 2008
Within hours of the announcement by Republican presidential candidate John McCain that he had chosen Alaska Governor Sarah Palin to be his running mate, the Internet was ablaze with reports that Palin was a supporter of Patrick Buchanan. The arsonists were a left-wing blogger and an attack-dog Democratic politician.

What To Expect From The Next President

Nothing is certain except death and taxes -- but a few things come close. One is that, come November, either Democrat Barack Obama or Republican John McCain will emerge as the next president. When that happens we'll be turning the page on eight years of rancorous political partisanship.

Igniting The Spark

It makes no sense. It defies logic. You've got two reliable statistics from two reputable sources and yet they stand in utter opposition to each other, like statistical non-sequiturs.

She’ll Be Better Than Biden For Israel

Critics are already trying to damn Sarah Palin for her perceived lack of foreign-policy experience, but what they are not allowing for is something more important -- that she has the right basic attitudes and sense of priorities.

15 Reasons Why Palin Is Perfect For McCain — And Jews

1. Coming from the conservative wing of the Republican party, vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin unites the GOP by helping to secure support from the conservative base, which was not enthusiastic about all of John McCain’s positions. And McCain’s choice of Palin shows his willingness to work with conservatives and recognize their concerns. Donations for the campaign will now flow in.

Five Years After Project Daniel… Our Strategic Recommendations To Israel...

Project Daniel examined some of the precise ways in which a nuclear war might actually begin between Israel and its enemies.

Terrorist Release Psychosis

Yehudit Dasberg was one of the first victims of Oslo. Her daughter and son-in-law were murdered in a drive-by shooting near Gush Etzion.

Why Food Matters

27 Av 5768 – August 27, 2008
We all eat to live, but the vast majority of us truly live to eat. We think about what we will have for lunch while we are still eating breakfast. We conjure up scrumptious dinners before we’ve digested lunch. While we are enjoying our delicious dinners, our most compelling conversations are about other wonderful meals we’ve enjoyed or what we will be eating the following evening. We imagine outlandish desserts. We think of food between meals.

Dr. Isaac Lewin And The Fight For Kosher Slaughter

Fifty years ago the battle over a federal humane slaughter law came to a close. On August 27, 1958, Congress adopted, which established the “use of humane methods of slaughter of livestock as a policy of the United States” – forbidding the federal government from purchasing meat slaughtered by inhumane methods and giving the Department of Agriculture inspection authority in this area.

The Benefits Of Rising Gas Prices

We are all too aware of the impact exorbitant gas prices have had on us as individuals and on the general economy. The surge in transportation expenses has fueled a rise in food prices and other necessities and driven our economy to the brink of recession (if not beyond).

Writing About Presidents

Writing about U.S. presidents and their relationships with Israel and the American Jewish community, whether in this column or a longer feature piece (i.e., this week’s front-page essay) is never easy. Readers are quick to react to any perceived slight of presidents they admire or, on the other hand, to chastise the writer for going too easy on an irredeemable reprobate.

Five Years After Project Daniel… Our Strategic Recommendations to Israel Remain...

Israel remains the openly declared national and religious object of Arab/Islamic genocide.

Protesting Israel’s Participation In The Olympics

A week ago Wednesday, about 50 people protested outside the Chinese embassy in Tel Aviv against Israel's participation in the Olympics.

The Baudouina Orphanage

On Thursday August 21 an unusual ceremony took place at the Baudouina Orphanage in Warsaw, Poland.

Making Jewish Life Easier

Last year I wrote on the need to monitor students who go to Israel for a year of study.

Russia, Georgia, And The Left’s Double Standards

As a shrewd and brutal ploy to break up Georgia, Putin's Russia is in the process of inventing a new "nation in need of "self-determination.

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