Monday, December 22, 2014 Kislev 30, 5775

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While it raged, the Lawrence Summers affair engendered a great deal of media copy. But once it ended - quickly and somewhat brutally, with the resignation of Summers from the presidency of Harvard University - the story disappeared completely from the country's radar screen. As you may recall, Summers spent an embattled several years at the helm of Harvard, challenging...
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Ehud Olmert
The following is excerpted from Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert's address to a joint session of the U.S. Congress on May 24. For the complete text of the speech, go to: www.mfa.gov.il . Israel must still meet the momentous challenge of guaranteeing the future of Israel as a democratic state with a Jewish majority, within permanent and defensible borders and...
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Stu Goldman
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Long ago, in what does seem like a galaxy far, far away, the Democratic Party was a varied, many faceted organism, with adherents who ranged across the political spectrum, from conservatives to middle-of-the-roaders to far-left types. In the mid-regions, there were people who leaned left and some right. And despite honest, strident debate, everyone got along, since they were all...
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Frustration on the right, cynicism on the left still trumped by a nation's ideals
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Last week columnist Joseph Farah told his readers on the Internet that "I give up on Israel." Farah, founder of the popular conservative WorldNetDaily. com site, is, as he puts it, of "Arabic descent," yet counts himself as one of "Israel's staunchest supporters." But Farah writes in a piece that has been widely circulated beyond his usual readership that he...
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