The book that claims that Israel harvests Palestinian organs must be held to the academic standards of President Eisgruber’s “truth-seeking institution.”
Moderates from both parties came together years ago to form No Labels, a movement devoted to bipartisan solutions. Why has it suddenly come under attack?
If money makes the world go round, in the Jewish communal world antisemitism makes the money come out.
Two new books shed light on iconic financier, philanthropist and social entrepreneur Michael Milken, whose latest venture is a D.C. complex that promotes his lifelong passion: Advancing the American Dream.
The term “judicial overhaul” was always misleading. What this extremist coalition is after is an Israel overhaul. Neutering the Supreme Court is simply the instrument to get there.
With a crucial final vote on a key part of the legislation scheduled for early in the week, the protestors timed their march to have their presence felt with legislators. If the coalition continues to dig in, a dangerous tipping point looms.
How bad must things get before Bibi says “enough” and brings his country back from the brink? He knows that the buck stops with him, and the burden of preventing a disaster is squarely on his shoulders.
Regardless of which side of the political fence you’re on, all lovers of Israel must be on the side of stopping this looming disaster and putting Israeli unity first.
Why is the Media Ignoring “The Sound of Freedom,” a Film About the Child Sex Trade that Did Better Than “Indiana Jones”?
The Journal will continue to track media coverage. We will continue to cover the movie and the cause, and we hope that other media outlets and social justice activists will follow.
If the paper is serious about combating slavery and teaching it in the schools, it shouldn’t settle for only the year 1619. There’s another year that demands our attention: 2023.