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The Shadow of the Gun

Schools across the country are banning not the gun, but the idea of the gun.

Unanswered Questions About Susan Rice

Ambassador Rice touted the notion of a spontaneous mob action for several days after the event despite the evidence to the contrary. On what basis did Ms. Rice promote the false storyline?

Pour the Concrete and Build the Houses

When I visited the Gush Katif Museum in Jerusalem a couple of years ago, it was a brutal reminder of what happens when politicians make decisions that don’t involve their brains.

Giuliani Still Being Slighted by Media Elites

Even as he left office in January 2002 on a note of unprecedented triumph and popularity, the tone of the New York Times’s editorials and most of its news coverage was startlingly jaundiced.

A Cup of Soda in Hell

Social thinking is not concerned with solving problems by tackling them, but by transforming society so that the problems no longer exist.

JStreet’s Hagel ‘Victory’ is on American Jewry

Congratulations, JStreet, you won before you even started! Perhaps you can save your breath, energy and George Soros' and god knows who else's money and go home.

The Left: Getting Rich by Fighting for the Poor

Like Chavez, Obama presides over a poorer country whose poor are convinced that he is the only thing standing between them and absolute poverty.

A Holocaust Pageant that Was too ‘Political’ for FDR

Shattering the wall of silence surrounding the Holocaust was the first crucial step in the process of mobilizing the American public against the slaughter.

The Changing Middle East as Seen from AIPAC 2013

What this year’s AIPAC confab proves is that there is considerable mileage in the values Israel shares not just with the U.S. but with other western states like Canada.

The Dreaded Israel Lobby Strikes Again

It's not always clear what the Israel Lobby's accomplishments really consist of.

How Old Movies Show What New Movies Say Are Lies

Classic westerns demonstrate that Americans have long been tolerant and understanding toward other peoples.

Dead in the Water: Obama’s Military and Iran

It is unconscionable of Obama to handle the sequestration threat the way he has - crippling our ability to readily strike Iran.

Betrayal: Republicans Who Voted for Hagel

Four Republican senators voted in favor of Hagel, including Rand Paul of Kentucky.

Israel, the Republicans and Obama’s PR Strategy

There is a foreign-policy aspect of 'perception benefits' Obama hopes to garner from a photo-op tour of Israel.

Who Needs the Family

When a civilization destroys its families, then it destroys itself.

Open Letter to Sen. Charles Schumer on the Hagel Appointment

You expressed having had "genuine concerns" about Hagel prior to your White House meeting with him; now is the moment for you to follow the dictates of your conscience.

War on Everything But Islamic Terror

If only Iran began developing the world's biggest chocolate bar, then the bombing raids would begin as soon as the chocolate enrichment process reached the caramel-nougat line.

The Iran-North Korea Connection

If the Mullahs can simply buy a usable and tested bomb design from North Korea, they could transform their status into a nuclear weapons state overnight.

Obama’s Panama Canal

What infrastructure achievement has the shovel-ready administration managed to achieve?

Obama’s Careful Phrasing Conceals Disasters

Obama's State of the Union address touted an American return to world leadership, but concealed the failure of Obama's policies, especially in the Middle East.

President Obama’s State of the Union Speech: Full Text

Full text of President Barack Obama's "State of the Union" address to Congress, February 12, 2013.

Winning the Minority Vote

Instead of the Latino vote, the Republican Party would be wiser to concentrate on the Chinese and the Indian vote, two groups that are easier to sell on the Republican agenda.

Needed: A Conservative Counter-Culture

The entertainment industry is too big and powerful, but that will change. What will not change is that the nation is losing its values.

Ed Koch, FDR, and the Holocaust

In a world of cynics and naysayers, where too many people almost instinctively assume the worst of their fellow citizens, our generation was fortunate to have Ed Koch.

Big Media’s Big Love On #MyJihad (Video)

CAIR's #MyJihad campaign and the media's coverage of it bears no connection to reality at all, or to the 270 million victims of jihadi wars, land appropriations and enslavement.

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