Senator DeMint on School Choice

South Carolinians for Responsible Government has produced a new video featuring Senator Jim DeMint (R–SC) on the importance of school choice. DeMint outlines the keys to achieving educational success not just in South Carolina but in the rest of the country: If we want true innovation in education to reach the widest range of student […]

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Using the Holocaust to Bash Israel at UCLA

In the never-ending quest amongst Middle East studies academics to demonize Israel, a trendy new approach has appeared: employing the Holocaust. A recent lecture co-sponsored by UCLA’s Center for Near Eastern Studies, “Traumatic Memory Discourses in Israel: Holocaust History, Territory and Self-Critique,” fit the pattern. It was delivered by Joseph Rosen, a postdoctoral fellow in Montreal at […]

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Itamar Massacre Fails to Change Obamas Anti-Settlement Policy

The Netanyahu government’s decision to build 500 new homes in Judea and Samaria (Yesha) as a response to Arab terror does not move the United States, which still insists that “settlements are illegitimate.” Despite the American criticism of Israel’s renewed Yesha building , restricted to major population centers, National Union party chairman MK Yaakov Katz […]

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Japan Seeks U.S. Help With Nuclear Reactor Emergency

Japan Asks U.S. Nuclear Commission for Help With Fukushima’s Troubled Reactors. By DAVID MUIR and JESSICA HOPPER March 14, 2011— The Japanese government formally asked the United States’ Nuclear Regulatory Commission for help in stabilizing its troubled nuclear reactors in the wake of the country’s massive earthquake and tsunami. The NRC sent two boiling water […]

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A Prayer of a Chance for Those Most in Need

World magazine recently highlighted the impressive impact of the community outreach of one urban congregation in Manhattan. This inspiring story is just one example of the uniquely powerful effectiveness of indigenous faith-based service in neighborhoods burdened by enormous financial and societal problems. At a time of cutbacks in government services, the faith community remains as […]

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Back to the Shores of Tripoli?

by Daniel Pipes National Review Online March 10, 2011 The official hymn of the U.S. Marine Corps famously begins with “From the Halls of Montezuma to the shores of Tripoli, we fight our country’s battles on the land as on the sea.” The reference to Tripoli alludes to the Battle of Derna of 1805, the […]

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Egypt: Two of Sadat’s Killers Released

Egypt’s interim government has announced the release of dozens of political prisoners who have served 15 years or more of their sentence. Among those slated for release are two Islamic Jihad terrorists involved in the assassination of former President Anwar Sadat. The two, Aboud and Tarek el-Zomor, have served their sentences. They were kept in […]

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