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In an interview with Christianity Today, Billy Graham, 92, said this: I ... would have steered clear of politics. I'm grateful for the opportunities God gave...

While Israel and most Jews commemorate the Holocaust on Yom HaShoah (which this year falls on May 1), which precedes the Jewish state’s Independence Day...

Gail Collins of the New York Times has written a column upon Joe Lieberman's announcement of his retirement from the Senate that, as with so...

A certain essay appeared in the Wall Street Journal last Saturday, titled "Why Chinese Mothers Are Superior," to which one excerpted reaction from the Journal...

President Obama’s decision to tap former banker William Daley as his next chief of staff is angering all the right people: “This was a real...

Abe's post on the bowdlerization of Mark Twain reminded me of the evolution of the opening line of the great Broadway musical Show Boat by Jerome...

Here is Letty Cottin Pogrebin, author of the upcoming book The Goldstone Report: The Legacy of the Landmark Investigation of the Gaza Conflict, in next...

Daniel Mandel, the author of H.V. Evatt and the Establishment of Israel, has a letter in the New York Times succinctly responding to an op-ed...

It’s “back to reality” week at the White House, where the Obama administration has finally given up on asking Israelis to freeze settlement construction. And, in...

With little fanfare, the EU adopted new legislation this week that makes “certain forms and expressions of racism and xenophobia” criminal offenses -- and allows...

After winning the prestigious Man Booker prize, British author Howard Jacobson is the toast of the literary world. What’s more, as Jonathan Foreman points out...

Newsweek editor Evan Thomas reached what might have been the apotheosis of hero worship of Barack Obama when he stated on MSNBC in June 2009...