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The modern liberal creed includes two seemingly conflicting tenets. On the one hand, even the most easily surmountable obstacles placed before voters—having to register with...
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In recent years, Americans have gotten used to the idea of a diverse media. There is a broad spectrum of news channels reflecting views from...
BDS movement

Here is one way of gauging the appeal of the BDS — boycott, divestment, and sanctions —movement against Israel. Over at the Times of Israel,...

Last week was not a good week for the institutions of American liberalism. Which is not shocking, because last month was a terrible month for...

Despite a stalled peace process and a recent Arab Peace Initative that has no hope of achieving its stated goal (as Jonathan and Seth discussed...

Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s transformation of Turkey into a police state grew a little more complete earlier this week with the arrest of the...

There is an op-ed in today’'s New York Times of truly surpassing nuttiness. It is called “"The Zuckerberg Tax,"” in reference to Mark Zuckerberg’'s impending...

Some staffers and diplomats at the State Department with time on their hands are, no doubt, working hard right now to come up with a...

Here’s America’s best satirist, Jon Stewart, on the “spontaneous eruption of pro-Mubarak sentiment from everyday Egyptians trained in the art of whip-based crowd control.” The Daily...

President Obama is still talking American greatness: “What we can do – what America does better than anyone – is spark the creativity and imagination...

In 2010, the hard-core left married pro-Islamic and pro-Palestinian organizations and gave birth to an entertainment-boycott campaign aimed at Israel. Cultural-boycott efforts have spilled over...

Quayle was gone after one misspelled word. Howard Dean was finished after a single yell. Gingrich was not the same after a complaint about his...