The Philanthropic-Industrial Complex

By RON JAGER— In his farewell speech to the nation on January 17, 1961 President Dwight Eisenhower warned of the power and influence of what he famously called the “military industrial complex”. An expression that was coined to depict the enormous power yielded by the leaders of the Defense industries and all those corporations involved…

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Hating Jews: A global study

By BRUCE BAWER, FRONTPAGEMAG— “The study of antisemitism,” admits Bruno Chaouat, a professor of French in Minnesota, “can be tedious.” This admirably candid confession appears relatively early in the pages of Resurgent Antisemitism: Global Perspectives, a collection of nineteen new essays edited by Alvin H. Rosenfeld, the distinguished director of Indiana University’s Institute for the…

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Israelis called to mass Temple Mount protest

By RYAN JONES, ISRAEL TODAY— Israelis are growing increasingly fed up with the lack of religious freedom for Jews on Jerusalem’s Temple Mount, Judaism’s most holy site, because of ongoing fear over a Muslim backlash. For years already, unofficial restrictions bar Jews and Christians from praying atop the Temple Mount or carrying a Bible to…

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A triumph for terror

By MICHAEL FREUND, JPOST— They murdered men and women because they were Jewish, stabbed 13-year-old kids and firebombed Israeli buses and cars. They hurled grenades at Israeli civilians, kidnapped, tortured and killed young soldiers, and assaulted and slew the elderly, including a Holocaust survivor. These are just a few of the 104 Palestinian prisoners the…

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Why Is The United States Asking Israel To Release Terrorists?

By ELLIOTT ABRAMS, PRESSURE POINTS— The Government of Israel has announced that it will release 104 “security prisoners” in an effort to induce the PLO to return to the negotiating table. This was a PLO demand that was backed by the United States, as part of Secretary Kerry’s efforts to get talks restarted. Put aside…

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Placating Palestinians is formula for more bloodshed

By EARL COX, JPOST— A popular definition of insanity is to keep doing the same things over and over expecting different results.  Others call this perseverance.  Either way, those who try to solve the same problem using the same method that always ends in failure are left frustrated and unsatisfied; the problem remains unsolved. The…

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