Thursday, May 28, 2015 Sivan 10, 5775
For observers of the Middle East, hope for a fundamental shift toward peace remains eternal. The pattern of Arab attack, Israeli response and hypocritical international criticism of the Jewish state is so familiar that it seems almost leaden. We yearn for an event or a chain of events that will end the repetition of dry, dull clichés about a so-called...
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Stu Goldman
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This week, as Jews throughout the world celebrate the festival of Passover, we will be reminded that we were once "strangers in a strange land" - a point mentioned in the Torah 36 times - where the majority mistreated us cruelly. One of the many lessons of this festival of freedom is that a society is judged by the way...
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Stu Goldman
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The chasm between mainstream academia and main street America grows -
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The cliché about academic politics is that it is so bitter because the stakes are so meaningless. That old saw remains true as far as the rivalries that afflict the competition for advancement at any college or university. But the impact of America's tenured radicals on our nation's politics is not quite so trivial. Hence the firestorm that rained down...
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