Sunday, March 29, 2015 Nisan 9, 5775

Judging by the headlines -- and indeed, the tenor -- of most of the coverage of the last week's stories on Middle East violence in the media, Americans might not be blamed for merely shrugging their shoulders, wondering why those foolish Israelis and Palestinians keep getting sucked into the same pointless cycle of violence again and again. For the most...
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Stu Goldman
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The impact of the writer who chased the anti-Semites out of mainstream politics
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Jonathan S. Tobin
Was there any major American personality in the last half-century who seemed more remote from the sensibilities of most American Jews than William F. Buckley? Buckley, who passed away last week at the age of 83, was the fervent Catholic patrician whose work helped create the modern American conservative movement in the 1950s at a time when nothing could have...
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Just as atheism appeared to be becoming every intellectual's favorite plaything, U.S. News & World Report managed to discover that substantial numbers of people have been returning to more traditional rituals in their churches and synagogues. In a recent sizable cover story in the magazine, reporter Jay Tolson began by noting that the many worshippers who make their way to...
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By:
Caroline Glick
Kosovo's U.S.-backed declaration of independence this month is deeply troubling. By setting a precedent of legitimizing the secession of disaffected minorities, it weakens the long-term viability of multi-ethnic states. In so doing, it destabilizes the already stressed state-based international system. Countries as diverse as Canada, Morocco, Spain, Georgia, Russia and China currently suffer problems with politicized minorities. They are deeply...
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