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Thane Rosenbaum

Thane Rosenbaum

Thane Rosenbaum is a novelist, essayist, law professor and Distinguished University Professor at Touro University, where he directs the Forum on Life, Culture & Society. He has written numerous works of fiction and nonfiction and hundreds of essays in major national and global publications. He is the legal analyst for CBS News Radio and appears on cable TV news programs. His most recent book is entitled “Saving Free Speech . . . from Itself.”

Kristallnacht, Act II

Given the grotesque carnage in southern Israel on October 7, global Jewry is today mindful of a brokenness far worse than glass—the confidence of their place in the world, which far too many had believed was secured. 

The Naked, the Dead, and the Ivy League

Students and faculty offered their full-throated applause to those who gleefully slit the throats of Jewish infants. This on college campuses purportedly obsessed with microaggressions and “safe spaces” granted to defenseless groups.

Barbarians Through the Gate

The murderous events of this past weekend surely now constitutes the fifth military conflict. If Israel does what it must, and what no other nation would hesitate in doing, perhaps this war will be the last.

Mourning for New York

Is New York capable of another comeback? Can America endure the death march of its cities?

Indictment Meltdown

It is safe to say this is more than enough legal jeopardy for a single human being to manage—especially one running for president. The campaign trail will be one long march of legal trials.

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