Saturday, October 25, 2014 Heshvan 1, 5775

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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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Mixing Up Middle East Carrots and Sticks Last week's decision by the Bush administration to normalize relations with Libya must be regarded with mixed feelings by anyone who cares about the effort to eradicate terrorism. Under the rule of its eccentric and bloody-minded dictator Moammar Gadhafi, Libya has spent much of the last quarter-century as a key funder of international...
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Bishop Roy Almquist
There is no place in the world where people live constantly with pressure and fear the way they do in Israel and Palestine. Hardly a week goes by that there's not an incident or a governmental action that draws our attention there. You cannot visit Israel without having profound respect for the optimism of its people, who simply build for...
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