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Ira Stoll

Ira Stoll

Ira Stoll is the author of "JFK, Conservative" and of "Samuel Adams: A Life." He is also the editor of FutureOfCapitalism.com, Smartertimes.com, and NewsTransparency.com.

An op-ed piece in USA Today appears under the almost satirical headline "Iranian nukes? No worries." It advises, "A nuclear-armed Iran would probably be the best...

Had an American taxpayer fallen into a deep slumber in January 2011 and awakened 11 months later, he might have thought he had been teleported into...

On September 18, the Obama administration signaled that it would be incorporating the so-called “Buffet Rule” for millionaires into the president’s new plan to increase...

From a Bloomberg News article on turmoil in the Middle East: In Egypt, where Mubarak, 82, has been a dependable U.S. ally for 30 years, the...

Never mind Juan Williams: What really gets me about National Public Radio is the way it manages to cover Israel in a manner more reminiscent...

So the Wall Street Journal editorial page thinks Senator Brownback is wrong to put a hold on the nomination of Frank Ricciardone as ambassador to...

In respect of the comment of the Washington columnist for Hearst Newspapers, Helen Thomas, that the Jews of Israel should “go home” to Germany and...

Those disturbed by President Obama's habit of saying one thing in the campaign and doing another while in office have another example, this one on...

FDR’s Deadly Secret By Steven Lomazow and Eric Fettmann PublicAffairs, 288 pages, $25.95 Early in FDR’s Deadly Secret, a fascinating and grisly new book by Steven Lomazow and Eric...

The Washington bureau chief of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Ron Kampeas, has posted a screed against neoconservatives on that organization's web site. "For eight years...

What an awful speech. Among the problems, one was the president’s claim that there are “nearly seven million American Muslims in our country today.” The...

The New York Times Company held its annual meeting this morning, a ritual that appeared to function in large part in order to allow shareholders...