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One of the most insightful commentaries I’ve read about last week’s terror attacks in France was Ben-Dror Yemini’s column in Ynet yesterday. Yemini pointed out...

The publication of the first post-massacre issue of the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo is a major event. But the new Charlie is provoking the same...

Over the weekend, while much of the world was busy being "Charlie,” something terrible happened at one of the very few publications that actually followed...

Perhaps President Obama instinctively understood that any mass unity rally in Paris would be more of a feel-good photo-op than a genuine response to Islamist...

When I was a student at Rutgers University, two friends of mine had recently come to the banks of the old Raritan from two different...

Free speech on college campuses has long been an endangered species, thanks to the idea that it is trumped by the right of leftists not...

In the wake of yesterday’s horrific attack on French satirical paper Charlie Hebdo, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), an Islamic advocacy organization with somewhat...

One of the strangest reactions to today’s horrific terror attack in Paris has been the Western media’s collective freakout resulting in news organizations making a...

President Obama’s condemnation of the attack on the Charlie Hebdo office today in Paris rightly referred to the perpetrators as “terrorists” and expressed solidarity with...

There can be no rationalizing on excusing today’s terror attack on the French satirical paper Charlie Hebdo. To blame satirists for terrorism and murder is...

One thing that unites totalitarians, and would-be totalitarians, it seems, is a lack of a sense of humor. Hitler hated The Great Dictator. Kim Jong-un...

The footage that is emerging from today’s terror attack in Paris—some of the most graphic now being circulated over social media—shows a gun battle on...