Trump’s Critics Desecrate the Holocaust

Jay Winik Separating alien families was an inhumane policy. Likening it to the Nazi genocide is obscene. Almost everyone, including President Trump, agrees that separating alien children from their parents and housing them in detention centers was an untenable policy that needed to be changed. Some have said, not without justification, that the images were…

Trump Neutralizes Kim Jong-un; Can He Do Same with Khamene’i?

The pundits are all babbling that there is not enough substance to what happened in Singapore Tuesday between President Trump and Kim Jong-un. Perhaps they preferred the seemingly unending cycle of threats and counter-threats as the North Koreans master nuclear technology and promised to rain atomic bombs on Japan and the United States or anyone…

“Trump’s appointment of Bolton raises concern in Asia”: Oh, Really?

The above is Friday’s headline in the New York Times. One would believe that appointing John Bolton the president’s national security advisor was as dangerous or more dangerous than the nuclear bombs and intercontinental missiles the North Koreans have been building virtually unfettered for the past 25 years. Reporters and editors for the Times obviously…

Violence Should Not Determine Policy

by Alan M. Dershowitz Violence should be responded to by police and military action, not by giving in to the unreasonable demands of those who use violence as a tactic. The reason violence — whether rock-throwing or more lethal forms of terrorism — is used is because it works… as a way to extort concessions from…

U.S. Military: More Fake News from the New York Times

by Peter Huessy While it was true, for example, that the Soviets under SALT II had to dismantle many missiles, a point the New York Times emphasized, what was also true was that the remaining silos under the terms of the treaty became the homes of new, vastly more powerful missiles with far more warheads. President Reagan pursued…

France: New Anti-Terrorism Law Takes Effect

by Soeren Kern The new law authorizes prefects to order the closure of mosques or other places of worship for a period of up to six months if preachers are deemed to express “ideas or theories” that “incite violence, hatred or discrimination, provoke the commission of acts of terrorism or express praise for such acts.” French…