Friday, October 31, 2014 Heshvan 7, 5775
The collegiate academic year coming to a close this month has been another contentious one for those who care about Israel. But as students and faculty head off on summer break, it's important to note that the influence of anti-Zionist propagandists has helped to create an atmosphere at many schools where Jewish and pro-Israel students no longer feel comfortable. Also...
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Stu Goldman
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In the wake of the release of the Winograd Committee's report on the conduct of the Second Lebanon War (as it is now officially called) last summer, Israelis are weighing the consequences of their government's failures, and pondering whether or not Prime Minister Ehud Olmert can now remain in office. We will leave judgment on that question to the Israeli...
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Stu Goldman
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The culture of modern journalism rests firmly on the notion of avoiding bias. This important principle may often be observed in the breach, but a firm belief in an individual's own lack of bias seems to be one thing that unites just about everyone in the press, whether the actuality remains true or not. Armed with the notion of their...
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