The Miracle of the Resurrection of Hebrew

The story of the resurrection of Hebrew goes back thousands of years. Millennia ago, the Jewish people spoke ancient Hebrew to one another, engaged in commerce speaking Hebrew, and worshiped in Hebrew – all in the land of Israel. The Bible, too, was written in Hebrew. For over 3,000 years, the Jewish people have read […]

Full Story

America the Multicultural

by Daniel Pipes Sep 30, 2014 Cross-posted from National Review Online, The Corner The Center for Immigration Studies finds that the foreign-born population of the United States numbers 41.3 million, or one out of six adults, more than twice the number than in 1980. There are many ways to gauge the impact of this huge […]

Full Story

HHS Has Spent At Least $44 Million on Obamacare Translation Services

March 24, 2014 In October 2013, ProEnglish launched an investigation into the amount of taxpayer dollars that were being spent on foreign language translation services under the new health care law (commonly referred to as “Obamacare”). ProEnglish submitted a FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) request to HHS (Department of Health and Human Services) seeking all […]

Full Story

British Schools to Exclude Hebrew as Foreign Language

The British government is planning to exclude Hebrew from its list of officially recognized languages for primary schools, in a move that could damage Jewish education in the country, the Jewish Chronicle (JC) reported. Education Minister Elizabeth Truss announced plans last month to make it compulsory to teach a foreign language to children aged seven […]

Full Story

Obama Appoints La Raza Radical Amnesty Advocate to Lead US Domestic Policy

Barack Hussein Obama continues stacking the deck of government leadership in favor of wide-open borders and amnesty for all. His latest move: appointing the former senior vice president of the National Council of La Raza, Cecilia Muñoz, to head the Domestic Policy Council. The White House announced today that La Raza radical Cecilia Muñoz will […]

Full Story

Arabist Snobs

by Daniel Pipes National Review Online November 22, 2011 Is knowledge of Arabic necessary to write about Arabs or make policy toward them? Yes, sniff some of those who have learned the language, known as Arabists. Antony T. Sullivan, for example, pulls rank in the journal Historically Speaking. Critiquing an article, “The Military Roots of […]

Full Story

It’s time to end foreign-language voter ballots

Last week, the Census Bureau released its list of covered jurisdictions that will be required to provide bilingual ballots for the upcoming 2012 elections. This list includes 248 counties in 25 states. 100% of the counties in California, Texas, and Florida will be required to foot the burdensome bill to print foreign-language ballots and to […]

Full Story