Thursday, July 19, 2018
The former Harvard law professor complained in an article that he has become alienated at his favorite summer getaway.
His theory: Israel is working with another country to make sure that clouds that enter Iranian airspace are not able to release raindrops.
The former Texas congressman later deleted the image, which he said was meant to explain "cultural Marxism."
Fox was able to paint vivid portraits of her subjects and inject humor when appropriate.
Dinesh D’Souza said he did not see the hashtag when he retweeted a post that included praise and a trailer for his new movie.
Israel's prime minister appeared eager to capitalize on street protests that have rocked Tehran.
A contributor to the reputable conservative magazine called the Inquisition's use of torture "downright progressive."
NEW YORK (JTA) — A few months ago I wrote a humor piece titled “Don’t eat off the seder plate, and other tips for non-Jews attending their first seder.” It drew a miffed response from a rabbi friend who...
Sodom oppressed strangers and punished the merciful, writes Rabbi Jill Jacobs, who visited an immigrant detention center in Texas.
The president's son-in-law and adviser seemed intent on driving a wedge between the Palestinian people and their leadership.


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