Post Archive

March 11, 2013

Ben Birnbaum’s thoughtful, well-reported piece on the Israeli peace process is one of those articles that can easily be interpreted as in accordance with anyone’s...

In recent decades, the judiciary has been at the forefront of efforts to expand the power of government and to restrict the rights of the...

The lead story today at Jewish Ideas Daily is “Covering the Bases,” by Michael Arkush--a report on the February 27 “Night of Jewish Baseball” at...

Israelis are repeatedly being told that their policies of self-defense against Palestinian terrorists and West Bank settlements have soured the world on them. According to...

Political myths often persist not only in the face of revisionist history but also despite relying on a logically unsustainable contradiction to begin with. This...

In the 1930s an economic phenomenon known as a “strike of capital” helped prolong the Great Depression. A strike of capital occurs when companies, banks,...

If you are one of those political junkies who believe appearances on the Sunday news talk shows are a good barometer of the importance of...

During a recent interview on NBC’s The Today Show, former Florida Governor Jeb Bush was asked whether the Republican Party should put revenue increases on...

Saturday, March 16 will mark the 25th anniversary of Saddam Hussein’s chemical weapons strike on the Iraqi Kurdish town of Halabja. The chemical bombardment may...