The Lesson of Livni’s Resignation: Don’t Believe Media Reporting on Israel

Former opposition leader Tzipi Livni’s resignation from the Knesset today offers a good opportunity to reflect on just how unreliable mainstream media reporting about Israel often is.

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The Lesson of Livni’s Resignation: Don’t Believe Media Reporting on Israel

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The Party of Paranoia

Warren's criticism of Obama makes no sense. Unless...

The Democratic Party in the Trump era is increasingly at odds with itself. In the quest to be all things to all parts of its coalition, the party’s members are making some very short-sighted compromises they may soon come to regret.

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Defending Free Speech is Worth the Cost

Neither Ann Coulter nor Linda Sarsour should be censored.

When news broke that the University of California, Berkeley was trying to reschedule Ann Coulter’s speech due to threats of violence, the Twittersphere exploded. Here was yet another link in a long chain of outrage over conservatives who have been blocked from speaking on college campuses.

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The Graying Lady

How not to report on tax code reform.

If you want to see, in an instant, what the New York Times has become, just consider the lead headlines in this morning’s editions of the Times and the Wall Street Journal.

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Sabotage

The nationalist wing in the White House has led the president astray.

Donald Trump’s most avid supporters are truly concerned. The president and his administration, they frequently contend, are being sabotaged.

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Turkey: Neither Enemy Nor Ally

Trump must set some boundaries for Turkey's president.

Two of America’s illiberal allies in the Muslim world have just received expressions of support from President Trump. He rolled out the red carpet at the White House for President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi of Egypt, and he rewarded President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey with a congratulatory phone call after Erdogan “won” an apparently rigged referendum enhancing his already vast power. But while both Sisi and Erdogan appear to be in Trump’s good graces, they have reacted in very different ways to the American support they are receiving.