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Politics | Opinion

Richard Gere et al, thanks for the reminder to bless Israel

Richard Gere and more than 100 other movie notables signed a letter not to bless, but to curse the precious land and its holy people. Op-ed.

News | News

Reimagining police departments with safety and justice in mind

Scott Pelley reports on the ways American cities are reimagining their police departments, with Austin, Texas, leading the way.

Politics | Op-Ed

A Hollow Kind of Freedom › American Greatness

Earlier this month, the Federal Bureau of Investigation conducted a pre-dawn raid on the home of James O’Keefe, the founder of the investigative journalism…

Politics | Op-Ed

Republican Victory in 2022 Will Put America at a Crossroads

Imagine that you are a middle-aged husband and father, as well as a highly successful sales executive, with a loving wife and growing kids. Like other suburban American families, you have a mortgage,...

Politics | Politics

Why The Left Always Projects › American Greatness

The Left is addicted to projection—the psycho-political syndrome of attributing all of one’s own sins to one’s opponents. The woke apparently do this out of…

Miscellaneous | Opinion

Opinion | Kyle Rittenhouse sobbing shows what's wrong with America

Before Kyle Rittenhouse cried on the witness stand, and no matter how a Kenosha judge rules in his case, his supporters have made sure that he comes out a winner.

Politics | Op-Ed

Why the Mandate is Illegal And Why It Will Still Be Imposed

Yesterday's ruling in a federal appeals court in New Orleans granting a temporary injunction against the vaccine mandate was encouraging.

Miscellaneous | Opinion

Is Alec Baldwin Going to Jail for the Death of Halyna Hutchins?

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Politics | Opinion

Election 2021: This Isn’t Hard to Understand

The 2021 elections are over, and Democrats lost. The party’s stalwarts are desperate to avoid a course correction, and they’re talking themselves into

Politics | Politics

Is Stealing Wrong? Not on the Left

To most readers of this column, the question is absurd. The reason is not that the question is, in fact, absurd; it is because most readers of this column are…

Politics | Op-Ed

The Injustices Facing J6 Protesters Are Warnings to You

A Google news search for Nathan DeGrave will show nothing more recent than two weeks old. This is peculiar, given that his letter on the conditions at the D.C.

Politics | Politics

Why are so many Americans taking the side of groups that work with terrorists?

On Oct. 22, Israel designated six Palestinian non-governmental organizations (NGOs) as terrorist groups working on behalf of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) — itself recognized as a terrorist organization in the United States. In

Politics | Opinion

Jerusalem Consulate: A Nail in the Coffin of Peace

This may seem like just another diplomatic facility to issue visas, promote trade and take care of US citizens, with no greater consequence than the US consulate in Edinburgh, UK. But it is far more than a mere office for paper-shuffling diplomats. It

Politics | Politics

If You Can't Question It, Don't Call It Science

I'm an astrophysicist at a major university. Science is my life. But when I hear somebody somberly intone, "science says" or "follow the science," I get very nervous.

Miscellaneous | Opinion

Holiday shopping won’t be easy this year. Let’s just buy less stuff.

Thanks to the supply chain crisis, holiday shopping won’t be easy this year — even if you buy early.

Miscellaneous | Opinion

Opinion | Rich Jerks in Space

The frivolous use of large amounts of resources by the very rich is a problem for the economy and society.

Politics | Op-Ed

The Great Divorce: Divided We Stand

America is badly divided. The evidence for this sad state of affairs abounds. For the record, I know a bit about countries in various degrees of separation.

Politics | POLITICS

The Leadership Deficit Doom Loop

Bleak days. The border, murder rates, inflation, Afghanistan, the pandemic—things are not going well. The president’s job approval rating continues its slide. Congress squabbles over government funding, debt ceilings, and budget reconciliation, while pund

Politics | Op-Ed

Biden’s ‘Build Back Better’ B.S. › American Greatness

The winding road to American utopia is dotted with potholes, buckling bridges, leaking canals, and lit by flickering lights. To repave America’s highways…

Politics | Op-Ed

How It Might End, Act I › American Greatness

A couple of years ago, I had the honor of publishing American Secession: The Looming Threat of a National Breakup by Frank Buckley, a prolific author and law…

Politics | American Politics

The Squalid "Squad" Is Trying to Destroy Bipartisan Support for Israel

The fact that the Squad picked on the Iron Dome to make its stand against Israel is significant. The Iron Dome is a system developed jointly by the United States and Israel that is purely defensive. It does not kill, injure, or threaten anyone. It only

Politics | Politics

Vaccine Collaborators › American Greatness

In August 1944, just four days before the arrival of the American Army, Parisians who had suffered under German occupation for four years began an uprising.

Miscellaneous | Opinion

Uma Thurman: ‘The Texas abortion law is a human rights crisis for American women’

Opinion by Uma Thurman / Washington Post / September 21, 2021 I have followed the course of Texas’s radical antiabortion law with great sadness, and something akin to horror. Now, in the hope of dr…

Politics | Opinion

Israel: Progressives Hand Democrats Another Embarrassment

With majority Democrats locked in a bitter internecine struggle over just how much of Joe Biden’s domestic agenda they can pass in one fell swoop, the

Miscellaneous | Opinion

Yes, We're Calling It Hispanic Heritage Month And We Know It Makes Some Of You Cringe

Opinions around the word Hispanic versus Latino or the newer Latinx are rooted in personal experiences. Here's a look at how more than 62 million people in the U.S. fall under the Hispanic umbrella.

Politics | Politics

Victor Davis Hanson: ‘Science,’ They Said

The scientific method used to govern much of popular American thinking. In empirical fashion scientists advised us to examine evidence and data…

Politics | Politics

Why Freedom Is in Serious Jeopardy - The Dennis Prager

There are many ways in which to divide humanity — the decent and the indecent, the happy and the unhappy, the cowardly and the courageous, those who lead and those who follow, etc. Two major divisions that are less often noted but highly consequential are

News | News

How Larry Elder has helped Gavin Newsom in California's recall election - CNNPolitics

Earlier this year, when California Gov. Gavin Newsom was searching for the right message to convince disengaged Democrats to vote against the effort to oust him in Tuesday's recall election, it would have been impossible to imagine a more perfect foil

Politics | Op-Ed

What American Children Are Taught About 9/11 Can Be Dangerous

The American education system will school the children of the tens of thousands of largely unvetted Afghan nationals who filled flights out of Kabul.

Politics | Op-Ed

The Emerging One-Party State › American Greatness

The sudden dip in Joe Biden’s poll numbers in the wake of his disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan compounded with his refusal to control illegal immigration…

Politics | The Decline Of America

Victor Davis Hanson: Does America Still Work?

For nearly two years, Americans have engaged in a great woke experiment of cannibalizing themselves. American civilization has invested massive labor, capital…

Politics | Politics

America: ‘A Pitiful, Helpless Giant’

President Richard Nixon warned what America would become should it fail to have the determination and courage of a great world power. Speaking on April 30, 1970…

Politics | Politics

The Nation Has Gone Mad With COVID Hysteria

COVID madness has struck the U.S. with full force and with a virulence that makes the Delta variant seem tame by comparison.

Miscellaneous | Opinion

More than a laugh: Kamala Harris' is a sound check for a divided country

To gauge how some people view Kamala Harris, the first woman and woman of color to be vice president, look at how they respond to her laugh.

News | News

The California Dream Is Dying - The Atlantic

The once-dynamic state is closing the door on economic opportunity.

Miscellaneous | Opinion

LGBTQ: American churches, Scripture get it wrong on gays and lesbians

Churches will continue hemorrhaging members until we face the truth: Being a faithful Christian does not mean accepting everything the Bible teaches.

News | News

California Gov. Gavin Newsom is facing a recall — here's what to know and why he'll likely win

Gavin Newsom is the second California governor ever to face a recall election. Experts say he'll likely win.

Politics | Politics

A Response to ‘Rolling Stone’: Many Young Jews Like Me Support Israel

An antisemitic banner on display outside Clifton Hookah in Paterson, NJ. Photo: courtesy of ‘Stop Antisemitism.’ Marisa Kabas frames her …

Politics | Op-Ed

‘Juneteenth’ Should Not Be A Federal Holiday

On Tuesday, the U.S. Senate voted unanimously to make “Juneteenth National Independence Day” a federal holiday. Until recently, few Americans had even heard of “Juneteenth,” and for good reason: relative to other events in history, the date does not much

Miscellaneous | Interesting stories

CANCEL CULTURE

THE ORIGINAL CANCEL CULTURE IN THE US INCLUDED BOARDING SCHOOLS TO "KILL THE INDIAN AND SAVE THE MAN."https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/hyapatiahttps://www.gof...

Miscellaneous | Opinion

The comedy and tragedy of Derek Chauvin's probation request

For stealing a human life, Chauvin’s lawyer, Eric Nelson, feels Chauvin should get no time at all.

Miscellaneous | Opinion

WORDS MATTER

The origins of our words give us great insight into our culture. Our children pick up on these subliminal messages.Native Strength is the Native American ce...

Miscellaneous | Opinion

Do All Veterans Think The Same? | Spectrum

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Sports | Sports

Explaining Why Soccer Players Flop, Why It Isn’t Cheating And Three Ways To Stop It

It’s all about risk vs. reward.

Miscellaneous | Interesting stories

How Military Recruiters Lie to Recruits

We all kinda know... military recruiters lie... The Army, The Maries, the Air Force, all the branches of the military are dishonest to their recruits, but so...

Miscellaneous | Opinion

The Costly Success of Israel’s Iron Dome

The country’s missile-defense system tells a national story.

Miscellaneous | Opinion

Tucker Carlson Loves Cops Unless They're Fighting Off MAGA Rioters

According to Carlson, Capitol Police who support a commission to investigate the Jan. 6 insurrection are launching “a new war on terror.”

Politics | Opinion

Lies, incitement and irresponsibility - the western betrayal of Israel

Politicians are media have lost their moral compass. What we are witnessing is a total betrayal of the truth, of Israel and of the Jews.

News | News

NPR turns 50

On May 3, 1971, the National Public Radio news program "All Things Considered" premiered. To mark NPR's 50th anniversary, correspondent Faith Salie interviews some of the network's leading voices, including Susan Stamberg, Audie Cornish and Eric Deggans,

Miscellaneous | Opinion

'Disney Karen' Jonathan Vanboskerck slammed as racist s**thead for saying 'wokeness is ruining the experience'

'You're a mediocre, racist, misogynistic manbaby,' one Twitter user slammed Vanboskerck

Miscellaneous | Opinion

What Would Jello Do? Part 92: The Return of Mass Shootings

Mass shootings are back with a vengeance. Jello examines the causes of these shootings and what we should do about it. What Would Jello Do? is an informal sp...

Miscellaneous | Opinion

Opinion | Derek Chauvin Is Guilty: ‘A Huge Nationwide Sigh of Relief’

Readers hail the verdict in Derek Chauvin’s trial, but one writes, “Justice will be when people of color can live in a country where they do not have to fear the bias of racist law enforcement.”

Miscellaneous | Interesting stories

Combat Veteran Burns Uniform (Marine Reacts)

US Army Combat Veterans burns his uniform including his Purple Heart. See how the media thinks of the ???????? ????Combat Generation in this video - https://youtu....

Politics | Op-Ed

Victor Davis Hanson: Can the Great ‘Awokening’ Succeed?

We all know that we are living in revolutionary times. The origins, ascendence, values, laws, and future of the United States are all under assault by self…

Politics | Politics

Victor Davis Hanson: Radical New Rules for Post-America

There are 10 new ideas that are changing America, maybe permanently. 1) Money is a construct. It can be created from thin air. Annual deficits and aggregate…

Miscellaneous | Opinion

7 Times Rush Limbaugh Made Jokes About Other People Dying

When news broke Wednesday morning that Rush Limbaugh had died of lung cancer, many of us made wisecracks on social media. Others admonished us for making wisecracks upon someone else’s death. But the fact is that making mockery of other people’

Miscellaneous | Opinion

Statement from Dr. Seuss Enterprises - Seussville

Today, on Dr. Seuss’s Birthday, Dr. Seuss Enterprises celebrates reading and also our mission of supporting all children and families with messages of hope, inspiration, inclusion, and friendship. We are committed to action.  To that end, Dr. Seuss Ent

Miscellaneous | Opinion

Dr. Seuss did not get canceled. But if you think he did, you have a bigger problem. | Opinion

So much that’s alleged about what’s been “canceled” or “banned” is either heavily exaggerated or outright untrue.

News | News

'Not fair!': Man who put feet on Pelosi's desk has outburst at court hearing for Capitol riot

Richard Barnett told the judge that "everybody else is getting out" after it was determined he'd stay in custody until his next court date in May.

Politics | Politics

'More Dangerous And More Widespread': Conspiracy Theories Spread Faster Than Ever

While false conspiracies aren't new, experts say their reach is spreading – accelerated by social media, encouraged by former President Trump, and weaponized in a way that is unprecedented.

Politics | Politics

Disinformation Fuels Distrust And Even Violence At All Levels Of Government

Political scientists say growing acceptance of unfounded conspiracy theories is fueling disengagement and distrust in democratic institutions, an effect that is trickling down to local politics.

Politics | Op-Ed

Can You Afford to Ignore Politics? - American Greatness

Although it is somewhat hard for me to believe, I am told there are people who do not follow politics closely. All joking aside, I have always understood there…

Politics | Op-Ed

When Will the Woke Go Full Caligula?

A bust of the Roman emperor Caligula. Photo: public domain. The other day, I was scrolling through Twitter when I …

Miscellaneous | Opinion

50 years of tax cuts for the rich failed to trickle down, economics study says

Tax cuts for the wealthy didn't boost the economies of the U.S. and 17 other countries — but they did worsen income inequality.

Miscellaneous | Opinion

Opinion | This Biden nominee is being smeared as anti-Semitic. Here's why, and how to fight it.

A lawyer whose career was spent championing the rights of Jews and other marginalized people is being maligned for things she never said. It's not right.

Politics | Op-Ed

The First Step Towards Righting America Is Refusing To Believe The Left About Anything

The weakness and stupidity of America’s right has allowed false narratives to cement in the minds of the public. It’s killing our freedoms.

Miscellaneous | Opinion

No. You’re Not Getting “Canceled” for Being a Conservative

  Disney announced the firing of actress Gina Carano over an Instagram post the company called “abhorrent.” The post ended up being the straw that

Miscellaneous | Opinion

Don't blame a lack of education — QAnon proves privileged white people are losing their minds too

QAnon should be the death knell of the idea that wealth and education can insulate people from conspiracy theories

Politics | Op-Ed

Who Killed the Anti-War Democrats? - American Greatness

After three generations the anti-war tendency within America’s oldest political party has been thoroughly alienated from its leadership and rendered impotent.

Politics | Op-Ed

Biden Regime Embraces ‘Great Reset’ Plan to Destroy Capitalism - American Greatness

The Biden regime is fully embracing a radical globalist plan that seeks to destroy capitalism and replace it with a socialist system. "The Great Reset"

Politics | Politics

The Scars of 2020 - American Greatness

Amid plague, national lockdown, riot and arson, iconoclasm, recession, and the most contested voting in history, the country leaves 2020 with some scars that…

Politics | Op-Ed

Democrats Are Framing Americans As Domestic Terrorists So They Can Do To Us What They Did To Trump In Spygate

Democrats want a frightening expansion of federal surveillance and police powers, smearing anyone who voted for Donald Trump as a potential terrorist. 

Miscellaneous | Opinion

Macho Politics Defined Trump's Presidency, Culminating With Capitol Riot

Amid all the chaos of the Trump presidency, he has been consistent in his fixation on emphasizing and protecting his own manhood. Rioters at the Capitol reflected that attitude on Jan. 6.

Miscellaneous | Opinion

Parler’s Rise Was Also Its Downfall

The app that stoked the insurrection is gone, but something else is destined to replace it.

Politics | Op-Ed

Where Does He Go From Here? - American Greatness

There were no objections to President Trump’s address to his followers in Washington on Wednesday until several hours later, when the outrages at the Capitol…

Politics | Politics

The far right is falsely blaming antifa for the pro-Trump insurrection on Capitol Hill

Conspiracy theories alleging antifa involvement spread quickly in the riot’s aftermath.

Politics | Op-Ed

The ‘Virtue’ of the New Totalitarians - American Greatness

What was the most disturbing thing to happen in the last few days? Some say it was the horrifying spectacle of the mob besieging and breaking into the U.S.

Miscellaneous | Opinion

How Police Handled Pro-Trump Mob Compared With Protesters For Black Racial Justice

The way police handled Wednesday's onslaught showed that "some people are ... given certain kinds of leeway or space, and other people are not," says African American studies professor Eddie Glaude.

Politics | POLITICS

Janice Dean: The tragic rise of Andrew Cuomo amid COVID-19 -- a real American crisis

I believe the deaths of thousands of seniors who have died from COVID in New York could’ve been prevented.

Politics | Op-Ed

Victor Davis Hanson: Defenders of Civilization? - American Greatness

The year 2020 witnessed a long series of writs lodged against an America beset with plague, quarantine, recessions, riot and arson, and the most contested…

Politics | Election: 2020

Who Will Be Inaugurated? - American Greatness

Just because the theaters are closed doesn’t mean that we lack for drama. Our quivering reaction to the latest Chinese import may have shuttered Broadway…

Politics | Op-Ed

A New Year Will Not Bring Relief - American Greatness

It is hard not to be happy about the end of 2020. Many people have said it has been the worst year ever, both personally and for the country. How could the next…

Miscellaneous | Interesting stories

Gaining Perspective While Waiting In Line to Cross the Border

By Geoff Page After a day long trip to Tijuana on Wednesday, I found a few emails my phone had not picked up because of where I was. One was from editordude asking if any of his band of merry prank…

Politics | Politics

5 Reasons I'll Always Resist Joe Biden and the Democrats (and You Should Too)

Is anyone else tired of the media and the left telling you that Republicans should get in line and support Biden and stop questioning the election? Well, I definitely am....

News | News

Why Native Americans are celebrating Rep. Haaland’s nomination

President-elect Joe Biden is nominating Representative Deb Haaland to lead the Department of Interior. If confirmed, she would become the first Native American to lead the agency, which is responsible for public lands, including land taken from Indigenous

Politics | Politics

Right-Wing Embrace Of Conspiracy Is 'Mass Radicalization,' Experts Warn

Terrorism analysts warn that the country's polarization isn't just damaging to U.S. politics — it's a national security threat.

Politics | Politics

Reckless Courts Codify Chaos - American Greatness

Flagrant election cheating in several swing states, it seems, is of no interest to the self-appointed watchdogs of American democracy or even to those…

Miscellaneous | Opinion

A Political Obituary for Donald Trump

The effects of his reign will linger. But democracy survived.

Politics | Op-Ed

America: A Reminder About Us

In his splendid little book American Exceptionalism, Charles Murray reminds us it was foreigners who took the lead in claiming Americans are different: For…

Politics | Politics

GOP: The Stupid Party Redux - American Greatness

Amid the furor and pother over the fate of the Republican Party now said to hinge on the outcome of two Senate run-off races in Georgia…

Miscellaneous | Interesting stories

I'VE OFTEN WONDERED WHY SOME CALL US SAVAGES

While there was some brutality in the Western Hemisphere, we never considered women to be property, fought wars over religion & converting others, or shunned...

Politics | Politics

Your Political Leaders Hate You And Think You’re Stupid

Since the pandemic began ten months ago, there have been too many instances of elites saying one thing and doing another.

Politics | Politics

Hold The Champagne: What Happens When Neither Party Gets To Celebrate The Election?

President Trump's loss to Joe Biden has made it tough for Republicans to celebrate important wins down ballot, while Democrats have been stung by the failure to meet expectations of a blue tsunami.

Politics | Op-Ed

Fools and Nobody’s Fools - American Greatness

Last weekend, it was the American people’s turn to announce they are nobody’s fools. On Saturday and then again on Sunday, ordinary citizens from all over the…

Politics | Op-Ed

MAGA Nation Bleeds: Is Trump Ignoring Dangerous Political Violence Perpetrated Against His Own Supporters?

Food & Drink | Beer

Good People Drink Good Beer | Singletrack Magazine

Have you ever noticed how good people drink good beer. And shitty people do shitty things? Take a look around you, it's true.

Politics | Politics

Voters Should Have to Pass a Civics Exam

We are moving in the opposite direction when it comes to voting; rather than making it easier, we should be making it harder—constitutionally, of course.

Humor | Humor

Autocrats Watch Our President Cling To His Job, Beg For Cash, And Obstruct The Transition Of Power

The current President is turning heads around the world by refusing to participate in the transition of power to his victorious opponent Joe Biden, who is pr...

News | News

Biden's history signals problems for Israel - Opeds

We smile, but we have to face facts: Biden boycotted Netanyahu's speech in Congress, Kamala's chief of staff said AIPAC was racist. Op-ed.

Politics | Op-Ed

Tuesday’s Election Is a ‘Win-Win’ - American Greatness

I’m supporting Trump for president, rather enthusiastically in fact. I supported him in the 2016 primaries and in the general election. He was a refreshing…

Politics | Op-Ed

Trump Is Now One With Countless Essential Workers - American Greatness

Joe Biden has redefined mask wearing. It is now the thinking man’s patriotism, what every “scientific” and “refined” mind naturally does. Biden, the media…

Politics | Op-Ed

Saving the Golden State Will Save America - American Greatness

As demonstrated by the torrent of executive orders issued by King Newsom in the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, constitutional rights, and due process go out…

Politics | Op-Ed

Ben Shapiro: Why I'm Leaving California

I want my kids to grow up in a community with a future, with more freedom and safety than I grew up with. California makes that impossible.

Politics | Op-Ed

Chuck Norris: Why I switched from Democrat to Republican

Chuck Norris recalls his '60s rage at seeing party's racist actions against blacks

Politics | Op-Ed

Why America Is in Real Danger | RealClearPolitics

Americans have long been proud of the fact that, unlike European countries, America never went the route of totalitarianism as embodied in communism, fascism and Nazism.
This achievement may be...

Politics | Opinion

For Israel, Not Winning is Losing :: Middle East Forum

The late war hero and U.S. Senator John McCain once said: "When you're not winning, you're losing." Israel has won a lot of wars in its relatively brief history, but the last outright victory came almost half a century ago, in 1973 when it rebounded

Politics | Op-Ed

Victor Davis Hanson: Our Summer of Cultural Suicide

Professional sports, universities, and the motion-picture industry all know that what they are doing is bad for business. They also are ignorant of history and cannot be persuaded that they are destroying themselves.

Politics | Opinion

Why Israel will always be a Jewish state - The Jerusalem Post

Israel’s greatest security risk is a binational state from the Jordan River to the Mediterranean Sea.

Politics | Op-Ed

Why A Newsom Recall Could Succeed

here isn’t a political professional to be found in California who believes the current attempt to recall Governor Gavin Newsom will succeed. With petitions approved for circulation and a deadline of November 17, recall campaign volunteers are trying to de

Politics | Op-Ed

Victor Davis Hanson: George Floyd unrest – when the revolution doesn't go as planned

The ancient Greeks created new words like "paradox" and "irony" to describe the wide gap between what people profess and assume, and what they actually do and suffer.

Politics | Opinion

Israeli Sovereignty, Not Appeasement, Is the Key to Lasting Peace

It is long past time for Israel to apply sovereignty to large swaths of Judea and Samaria.

Politics | Op-Ed

Coronavirus hype is the biggest political hoax in history - Washington Times

The new coronavirus is real. The response to the coronavirus is hyped. And in time, this hype will be revealed as politically hoaxed.

Politics | Op-Ed

Welcome Back to History America

Welcome back to history, America, it was wondering where you were. The coronavirus pandemic has upended most everything we assumed about the future, including the assumption that the Drudge Report would forever be a grounded center-right news aggregator.

Politics | Politics

Netanyahu’s victory is an indictment of his indictment

The silver lining for Netanyahu of not having an immunity request on the Knesset’s docket was that long debates on his status would not be at the top of the news in the weeks before an election.

Politics | Opinion

History won't forgive the leaders who say 'no'

There are moments in the life of a nation that require transcending the "petty" and which outweigh all political scores.

Politics | Conservatism

When Will Conservatives Understand That It’s Not a Contest of Ideas? – American Greatness

Even as Donald Trump continues to frustrate #TheResistance after three years of ceaseless fabrication and hysteria, conservatives must not forget just how close they are to the edge. We have a defender in the White House, but the social ideas of the Left

Politics | Opinion

Don’t confuse me with facts: It’s always about the ‘occupation’

The American Jewish left has once again fallen in line with the Palestinian demand that the Israeli-Palestinian conflict always be conflated to a problem of “occupation,” regardless of facts or history.

Politics | Liberal Hypocrisy

The Insanity of Hollywood Socialism

Hollywood is now obsessing about increasing ethnic and gender diversity. Good. There's been nasty racial and gender discrimination in the movie business. Unfortunately, Hollywood has no interest in one type of diversity: diversity of thought. In most ever

Politics | Op-Ed

Prager: Does the Left Hate America?

Whenever leftists are charged with not loving or even with hating America, they respond angrily, labeling the question absurd, mean-spirited and an example of right-wing McCarthyism. But there can be little doubt that the left has no love for America, jus

Politics | Op-Ed

The War on Common Sense – American Greatness

When Thomas Paine appealed to “common sense” to make the case for American independence, it probably never crossed his mind that there would ever be a need to make the case for common sense itself, at least not in America. But common-sense thinking has fa

Politics | Op-Ed

Did We Learn the Lesson of 9/11? | Daily Wire

It's now been nearly a full generation since September 11, 2001. There are people currently serving in the U.S.

Politics | POLITICS

The Political Perils Of Supporting Israel

Long before Donald Trump came around, conservative Jews argued that Jewish Democrats would have to deal with the anti-Israel faction in their party.

News | ISRAEL NEWS

An Israeli Victory Is Necessary if Peace Is to Be Achieved

Palestinians gather near the Israel-Gaza Strip border fence, east of Gaza City, May 15, 2019. Photo: Reuters / Mohammed Salem. …

Politics | Politics

Victor Davis Hanson: Biden and Booker threats to punch out Trump no laughing matter

Those who brag of wanting to violently attack the president should worry about where their boasts will lead.

Politics | Opinion

Elder Of Ziyon - Israel: How and Why we are Losing the Cognitive War

The long war against Jewish sovereignty in the Land of Israel has been going on since before the founding of the state. The identity of our enemies varies depending on their ability to fight at any given time and other factors, but – with one important exception that I will discuss later – they are drawn from the Arab and Muslim nations in our region.

Politics | Politics

Progressives Discard the Truth to Demonize Israel

Progressives have made hatred of the world's only Jewish state part of their moral and political doctrines.

Politics | Op-Ed

How Hard Can It Possibly Be For Democrats To Denounce Antifa? | Daily Wire

If an elected Republican refused to properly condemn a vile group of domestic terrorists that bears the faintest trace of purported relation to the political Right, one is left to ponder just how scathing and pervasive the media onslaught against the elec

Politics | Hamas, Gaza & The Palestinian Authority

Why The Palestinian Problem Is Dying of Natural Causes

"West Bank grows calmer as pocketbook issues take priority of protests" is the headline of a New York Times story today. It seems that the Palestinian jihadists of the old intifadas are more concerned about making a living than killing Israelis. Writes re

Politics | Donald Trump

The Master Of Reality: Street Smarts in the White House – American Greatness

President Trump went to an Ivy League school, but he came out still talking like a New Yorker, with his street smarts intact. What does it mean to have street smarts? It’s knowledge of how to spot trouble coming, how to cope with mean bastards, and

Politics | Op-Ed

A ‘Green Book’ for Conservatives? – American Greatness

Last year, an Oscar-winning movie made known to many of us what the “Green Book” was—a guidebook listing accommodations for the African American traveler during the days of Jim Crow segregation. 

Today, I fear, we may need a

Politics | Op-Ed

Why Nike's Capitulation To Kaepernick Matters

By bowing to Colin Kaepernick’s objections, Nike is helping to normalize the brittle sensitivities of social justice warriors.

Politics | Op-Ed

Of Course the Census Should Ask a Citizenship Question | The Heritage Foundation

It’s being described as a loss, but the Trump administration actually won a partial victory Thursday in the lawsuits filed to prevent the reinstatement of a citizenship question on the U.S. Census.

We need accurate information on our population — includi

Politics | Liberal Hypocrisy

WALSH: Antifa Punks Brutally Assaulted A Journalist. Here's The Real Reason Why Democrats Still Refuse To Condemn Them.

Over the weekend, a gang of violent, fascist cowards ironically known as Antifa gathered for a violent riot in downtown Portland. Every Antifa gathering is a violent riot. The group exists for no other purpose than to stage these riots. This one was even

Politics | Election: 2020

Adam Brandon: Either 72 percent of Americans are wrong or 10 Dem 2020 hopefuls are -- My money is on the Dems

​​​​​​​Americans know economic prosperity when they see it, and they don’t need a field of out-of- touch, big government Democrats starring in a version of “The Emperor’s New Clothes.” 

Politics | Politics

To Avoid War With Iran, Democrats and Europe Should Support Trump - Bloomberg

The regime’s leaders are the only ones who should be made to answer for Iran’s campaign of terror.

Politics | Antisemitism

Don’t Give Anti-Semites What They Seek | Jewish Journal

When you look at a rabbi with a white beard wearing a black hat, a long black coat and a gartl, what do you see? Anti-Semites see a refugee from the

Politics | Opinion

How Bibi Did It:
The West’s most successful politician scores again

Watching Benjamin Netanyahu win elections has become so customary that it is easy to miss the profound significance of his April 9 victory. When Netanyahu lost to Ehud Barak in 1999—the last time he was booted from office in an election—the Labor Party alliance won 26 seats.

Politics | Politics

Thoughts from a hipster coffee shop… - Alpha News

My generation is becoming the largest voting bloc in the country. We have an opportunity to continue to propel us forward with the gifts capitalism and democracy has given us. The other option is that we can fall into the trap of entitlement and relapse into restrictive socialist destitution. The choice doesn’t seem too hard, does it?

Politics | Opinion

Analysis: AIPAC's moment to step back from two-state solution

AIPAC conference registered a first. It invited to speak an official representative from across the Green Line. Will it signal a more open position by the pro-Israel lobbying giant toward the Arab-Israel conflict?