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GOP’s Israel Plank Challenges the Democrats

As they did in 1944, the Republicans today have thrown down the gauntlet. Can the Democrats match that, given the sentiment toward Israel among some segments of their party?

It Was a Smokin’ Affair

Some cultural forensics can uncover the lives and aspirations of immigrant Jews in mid-20th century America.

The Torah of Truman

Though some internal disagreements in the U.S. government remained, Truman recognized Israel minutes after its official founding on May 14, 1948.

Land of the Free, Home of the Self-Haters

We once believed in American Exceptionalism; now such declarations are proof-positive of American imperialism, war-mongering, and promiscuous meddling in foreign affairs.

The Pundits Danse Macabre

Within minutes after the Presidential debate was over, the fever got hold and the delirium started.

What Churchill Knew

Churchill rightly understood the miraculous nature of the Jewish story.

Woody Allen and the IDF

Woody’s screen persona was that of a clown, mocking a stereotype: Jewish Passivity.

Israel’s Future Depends on Unity

Israeli Haredim must come up with a workable solution that finally casts the scourge of Haredi separatism to history.

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