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Daniella J. Greenbaum

new york city

The New York State Board of Regents, which supervises public education, has decided it will no longer be necessary for would-be teachers to pass an Academic Literacy Skills Test....
zionism

As part of their annual “Israel Apartheid Week,” the Columbia Students for Justice in Palestine, in conjunction with Columbia/Barnard Jewish Voice for Peace, are hosting...

On Monday night at Columbia University, protestors shouted down Danny Danon, Israel’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations. I’m sure that both the hosts of...
ADL

On Monday, the Washington Free Beacon reported that Hank Johnson—a sitting U.S. Congressman—compared Israeli settlers to “termites.” Despite the fact that this terminology evokes some of...
Donald Trump

Terrible and terrific journalism have something in common: they inspire thought and provoke a reaction. Given all that Donald Trump has said and done, it’s extremely difficult...
Steve King

On Monday, Representative Steve King made headlines of the worst kind when, responding to the idea that the Republican Party is a monolithic entity, he...
Lena Dunham

People of sound mind do not rush to rehash folly. And if they do, it’s to condemn, not condone it. Lena Dunham is Not That...
Israel

Benjamin Netanyahu’s current diplomatic mission to Africa demonstrates Israel’s determination to renew ties with some of its most natural allies. It was in Africa that...
Holocaust

A team of archaeologists announced this week that they had found an escape tunnel dug by Jews at Ponar, a site of mass murder in...
college

In the latest iteration of the left’s ostensible conquest of the moral high ground, consider the average liberal arts college student. These days the most...
Language

Earlier this month, the German parliament voted to declare the Ottoman Empire’s 1915 massacre of Armenians a genocide. Far from being an empty gesture of...
anti-Semitism

On Tuesday, the New York Times published a Room for Debate segment on whether or not guns should be permitted on college campuses. “Supporters say...