From the upcoming New York Times magazine profile of Scott Brown:
He said he took a broad range of courses at Tufts and “enjoyed Yiddish literature.”
How long before Andrew Sullivan calls him a war-mongering Cheneyist?
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The media’s shameful performance.
His aggressive pursuit of executive power caps a 40-year leftist assault on the rule of law.
A political order has passed into history, and a handful of coalitions are fighting for the future.
The rot from Rotherham.
Late in life, he continues to try to revise Watergate history in his own favor.
When the United States turned its back on the Jewish youth of Nazi Germany.
Why the Germans? Why the Jews?, by Götz Aly
Israel: Is It Good for the Jews?, by Richard Cohen
Making David into Goliath, by Joshua Muravchik
Charlie Chaplin, by Peter Ackroyd
In pursuit of beauty, not ideas.
The Inner Sea, by Zane Kotker
Responses to Melanie Phillips’s “The Return of Christian Anti-Semitism."
Resonses to James Kirchick's “So Don’t Call It a Cold War.”
Responses to Eugene Kontorovich’s, “Crimea, International Law, and the West Bank.”
The Joke for October
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