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Politicized Christianity

I recently returned from seven days at one of the most beautiful spots on earth – the Princess Louisa Inlet located in the western part of...
Charleston victims

The late Christopher Hitchens formulated (and forever repeated) a superficially clever challenge to people of faith: “Find one good or noble thing,” he said, “which...
Obama most Jewish president.

So it turns out that President Obama not only thinks he understands Israel better than the Israelis, he also sees himself as being “the closest...

Last week, a controversy erupted after a meeting between Pope Francis and Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas. The encounter came during a celebration of the...

At the bedrock of American nuclear doctrine is the concept of mutual deterrence. It is a principle that rests on the assumption that the actor...

There has been a spate of articles recently about how Jews in liberal democracies round the world have moved politically rightward in response to the...

Yesterday a federal appeals court overturned a dangerous precedent on a legal technicality. The judges on the 9th Circuit ruled by a 10-1 vote that...

In honor of this week’s 5th Global Forum for Combating Anti-Semitism, I’d like to propose a new definition of the term: Anti-Semitism is when Jews,...

Jeb Bush delivered the commencement address at Liberty University on Saturday. It’s a beautifully written speech, and it constitutes the kind of thoughtful and balanced...

A lot of Americans are upset about Israel’s government for reasons that have little to do with the peace process. Though many liberal supporters of...

Almost immediately after the news of last night’s shooting in Garland, Texas broke many in the chattering class started to blame the intended victims of...

The ultimate goal of state censorship is self-censorship among the citizenry. If you can get the people to police themselves, and each other, it takes...