Don’t Invade the North; Play the Game Right

By Armando Simón When North Korea’s dictator, Kim Jong-un weeks ago backed down from launching a missile towards Guam, the collective view of politicians, pundits and generals in this country was that the dictator had finally gotten the message, and, more importantly, that he would be acting more responsibly henceforth. After all, the United States…

Stopping by Synagogue on a Holiday Evening

By Juda Englemayer As the Jewish high holidays ebb, aside from any spiritual uplifting it is supposed to have brought me, a wave of concern hit as I realized the new reality in America.  If you pass a synagogue during a time of prayer or gathering, you will be hard-pressed to find one without some…

American Universities Must Own What They Have Created

Linda Sarsour is lauded by the leftist Ford Foundation as a Muslim “racial justice and civil rights activist,” hailed as a rising feminist icon, co-organizer of the “Women’s March,” and the general toast of The New York Times and cable news segments. She is popular. She is rising. She is a star of the exceedingly…

9/11 in Pictures

As the anniversary of 9/11 passes, only images of that moment in our nation’s story can suffice to bring to us the raw emotion of such an event. That day, the cruel bite of circumstance stole from us an American innocence which was taken for granted in such an open, powerful, and welcoming society. Liberty,…