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No ‘Respect’ for Racist Demagogue

Background on MP George Galloway, the British legislator who refused to debate an Israeli.

Is Hagel Jewish?

It seems that over the top anti-Zionism often comes from Jews.

Did Brooklyn College’s Political Science Department Violate the First Amendment?

What happened at Brooklyn College demonstrates the wisdom of keeping academic departments from sponsoring non-academic hate fests, such as the BDS event.

Does Brooklyn College Pass the ‘Shoe on the Other Foot’ Test?

What if the economics department had officially endorsed Mitt Romney during last year's election?

A Nation that Stands Apart

The New York Times criticizes Israel for not undergoing the scrutiny of the UN Human Rights Council, while at the same time recognizes the extreme bias the Council shows against Israel.

The City of ‘East Jerusalem’

East Jerusalem has become code for: where Jews shouldn't be.

The Press Calls Israel Right-Wing, But Gives a Free Pass to Jordan

The Guardian’s Jordan page has absolutely nothing warning of the nation’s dangerous lurch to the extreme right abyss.

New York Times’ Jerusalem Chief Admits Anti-Israel Bias

Even after the New York Times issued a remarkable correction, the paper's bureau chief claims she was essentially correct in writing that construction in E-1 would cut Judea and Samaria in two.

If You Talk to Them, What Would You Say?

What would I say to this news agency? This is my home - we have made the desert bloom, as we were promised.

The NY Times: Dishonest, Defamatory and Deliberate

You wouldn’t make donations to Hezballah, right? Then don’t buy the Times.

Guardian Newspaper Bans Pro-Israel Watchdog from Site

The British newspaper The Guardian has banned Adam Levick, the managing editor, of the pro-Israel media watchdog, CiFWatch, from its website, deleting all prior comments on Guardian articles and disabling his ability to contribute opinion pieces to the site and further comments.

The Day After Tomorrow

The President's Conference does have something to offer, if you know where to look for it.

Can You Cry ‘Hitler’ in a Crowded University? Rutgers Investigating

Rutgers University is investigating a student-run satirical newspaper for publishing an article that praises Hitler and attributing it to a Jewish student. The Daily Medium,...

Dead Beat Parents

Certainly most of us have heard the term "deadbeat-dad" used in relation to fathers who fail to be financially responsible for their children. There is also another type of "deadbeat- parent” (I prefer to use the word parent in an effort to avoid gender bias and with the understanding that this phenomenon can occur with mothers as well), and the phrase is used to depict parents who are emotionally unavailable or inattentive to their children's emotional needs after the breakdown of their marriage.

Move Along, No Bias Here

The Media Research Center is out with its annual compilation of the year's Best Notable Quotables (December 2009 through November 2010) - a collection of dozens of examples of media liberal bias and idiocy that is as dispiriting as it is (unintentionally) humorous.

Anti-Israel Bias Not A New Phenomenon

With the proliferation over the past several years of websites and blogs spotlighting anti-Israel media bias, it’s not surprising that some of the Monitor’s younger readers harbor the misimpression that the bias is only as old as the Internet age itself – that prior to, say, 1995 or 1996 Israel received favorable, or at least fair, press coverage.

‘Killer’ Shidduchim

Most of us have heard the Talmudic assertion that "He who saves a life, saves a world," and conversely, "He who kills a life, kills a world."

Letters To The Editor

Joe On JoeThe June issue of Reader's Digest featured an interview with actor Harrison Ford. He was asked, "Your father was Roman Catholic, your...

Media Misreport Anti-War Rally

Anyone who still doubts the mainstream media?s left-wing bias should study the coverage of last Saturday's anti-war rally in Washington. Even as jaded a media watcher as the Monitor finds it difficult to recall an event as outlandishly whitewashed, as outrageously skewed, as this one was by print and electronic journalists clearly sympathetic to the demonstrators.

Israel Acts – The Media Howl (Part III)

The Monitor is still trying to catch up with some of the more striking examples of media bias in the coverage of Israel's recent anti-terrorist operations in the Palestinian areas. Topping this week's list is the insufferable Ted Koppel and his separate interviews with Ariel Sharon and Yasir Arafat, both of which aired on the May 1 edition of ABC's "Nightline."

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