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When Trump Hatred Goes Berserk

Hatred alone is bad enough, but when it reaches levels that are hysterically over-the-top, the hate itself can backfire and even generate sympathy for the man taking all the fire.

While Consumed with Gaza, is Israel Losing the North?

The tragedy of the north is the dark secret of post-Oct. 7 life in Israel. The massacres of Oct. 7 were so horrific and traumatizing they have sucked up most the emotional energy of an exhausted nation.

Beauty Without Borders

I was amused by this scene of an elderly, ultra-Orthodox couple enjoying a coffee while a sensual French song came on. Do they have any idea what this song is about? I wondered.

In Israel, Fear Has Different Ingredients

It’s one thing to be afraid to get punched in the face in high school; it’s another to know you have 15 seconds to get to a bomb shelter from your high school prom.

How Hatred of Trump Undermined Journalism

When the disastrous debate made Biden’s mental condition no longer possible to cover up, the media had to immediately pivot to cover up their cover-up.

Feeling the Spirit of July 4th in Israel

If there has been one fundamental freedom that has benefitted the Jews in America, it is surely the freedom to practice our religion and express our Jewish identity as we see fit.

How Biden Became a Threat to Both Sides

Democrats are facing an excruciating double nightmare: supporting a candidate they fear will put their Orange nightmare back in the White House.

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