Friday, August 26, 2016 Av 22, 5776
New version of anti-Israel screed finds discredited authors gaining unlikely allies
Back in the spring of 2006, two distinguished but otherwise largely unknown American political scientists managed to break out of the obscurity that is generally the fate of academicians. And the debate about Israel and its supporters hasn't been quite the same ever since. The two, John J. Mearsheimer of the University of Chicago and Stephen M. Walt of the...
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At Your Fingertips
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Lots of people, myself included, have written over the past decade or so about how the Internet and the Web -- to say nothing of e-mail, iPods, cell phones and all sorts of other paraphernalia -- have begun to undermine the dominance that books, newspapers, magazines and other traditional forms of media have maintained for so many centuries. There's a...
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Stu Goldman
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Six years after the planes crashed into the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and a stark field in Pennsylvania, a lot of Americans are getting bored with the obsessive desire to commemorate the events of Sept. 11, 2001. That was the essence of a front-page story in this past Sunday's New York Times, dated Sept. 2. Indeed, the piece reflects...
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Critics of religion like to claim that the source of most of the world's ills can be traced to believers who wage wars in the name of their distorted fanatic faiths. Needless to say, proponents of this trend have pointed out that the vast majority of the deaths incurred by conflicts in one of history's bloodiest centuries -- the 20th...
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