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A Sad And Shameful Day In Israel

The heartbreaking scene was captured by Arutz Sheva, which posted videos and photographs of the day's action: read more...

UNlikely Happenings?

We witnessed the usual bias at the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC), where resolutions critical of Israel are de rigueur. The latest criticism is of Israel's judicial system for handing down a sentence of "only" 18 months to Sgt. Elor Azaria, after finding him guilty of manslaughter in January. Of course, Sgt. Azaria was in the middle of combating "Palestinian" Arab terrorists whose goal was to murder as many Israelis as possible. read more...

Four New Israeli Supreme Court Justices: Righting A Leftward Tilt?

The first three are considered conservative-leaning. David Mintz is a resident of Dolev (in the Binyamin region of the Shomron); he and Yael Willner are Orthodox Jews; and George Karra is a Christian Arab. read more...

MSNBC's Brzezinski: "Controlling What People Think is Our Job"

Today's Jerusalem Post contains an insightful article about America: American Society Headed Toward A Breaking Point. The author claims that although liberalism in itself may be a noble idea, in practice, "a society cannot be vital and vibrant unless many different views vie against one another and in the process become polished and refined," and America has become a society where contrary views are barely tolerated anymore. read more...