This Year in Jerusalem: Donald Trump and 70 Years of Israeli Glory

At about 4:00 on the afternoon of Friday, May 14, 1948, a small, humble man who chaired the Executive Committee of the Jewish Agency in British Mandate Palestine named David Ben-Guriyon stepped before a microphone in the main gallery of the Tel Aviv Art Museum and made a proclamation Jews everywhere had long awaited: The Land of…

Special Counsel Investigation Faces a Massive and Unexpected Setback

by Brad Lacerda In a recent article I discussed media manipulation and suppression otherwise referred to as “fake news” and how it is applied to control the public. Right now as I write this there are several stories being force fed by the media that have a dual purpose. These stories aim to control the public and…

Do Not Negotiate with Iran

On Tuesday, May 8, 2018, President Trump finally announced that the United States would officially withdraw from the Obama administration’s unconstitutional 2015 deal with the Islāmic Republic of Iran. After many months of anticipation in the wake of the president’s decision of October 13, 2017 to de-certify the deal, those worried whether the Trump administration would…

The Challenge of Legacy

by Edwin Black This is a transcript of my April 11, 2018 keynote address in the Michigan Capitol Rotunda for that state’s official Holocaust Commemoration. Today, I come not just to mourn nor to scorn but rather to warn our world, that is, the world of today whose memories are still whistling and bristling with…

(Honest) Science is Hardly at Odds with Faith

Much is made of those of faith — or politics differing from those of MSNBC — and their supposed “war on science.” The phrase “climate change denier” — vile in its veiled, condescending comparison between those it describes and the few deluded racists remaining who deny the Holocaust — is common parlance. In fact, such…

Islām’s Most Dramatic Humiliation Remade in HD by the Israeli Army

by Jake Steinfeld As Jews across the world prepared to celebrate Passover on Friday, March 30, a riot took place at the border of Gazah with Israel. As if the world had not had enough of marches, this display of fury marked the beginning of the annual, six-week “March of Return,” culminating in “Nakbah Day,”…

Hubble Telescope Locates Most Distant Star

If you go about your day feeling your omnipotence or you believe you know the secrets to life, death, or the hereafter, here is something new to think about. NASA has reported the Hubble Space Telescope has imaged the light from the most distant star to ever to be photographed. Icarus, as it has been…

Sinclair Media Vilified for Expressing Bias

Is there a written rule anywhere that the owner of a media company is not allowed to express a bias — whatever that might be — as one of the perks and rights of ownership? On CNN there is exactly that sentiment. And perk. What is that perk? That the only bias other news media…