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American Politics Is a Joke

We deserve better.

You could be forgiven for thinking that everyone active in American politics has lost their minds.

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No Children of Men

An almost Biblical curse.

Modern Western man is dying. I mean that quite literally: Total sperm count among Western men declined nearly 60 percent from 1973 to 2011. That’s according to the first-ever comprehensive meta-analysis of 7,500 studies, by researchers at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. The analysis was published last summer, but it seems to have mostly eluded media attention until this year.

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Fighting Anti-Zionism Slowly, Quietly, and Well

The long march through institutions.

In June, I reviewed the superb essay collection, Anti-Zionism on Campus. In it, Andrew Pessin and Doron Ben-Atar collect testimonies and reflections from faculty and students who have found themselves denounced, ostracized, and sometimes under investigation because they’ve opposed anti-Israel activity on their campuses.

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PODCAST: The Placid Hurricane

Is America going off the rails? Sure feels like it this week. We break it down and end at a summer camp in Ontario. Give a listen.

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A Great Museum Dies

Government is the problem.

An enormous cultural tragedy unfolded Sunday night when Brazil’s National Museum in Rio de Janeiro was gutted by fire and largely destroyed. Its priceless collections ranged from paintings and ancient Greek, Roman, and Egyptian artifacts, to anthropological collections and mineral specimens. The gallery housed one of the oldest skeletons ever found in the Americas. It was also home to a 470,000-volume scientific library, one of the largest in Brazil. Much of it was lost.

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