Ari Shavit’s book ‘My Promised Land’ is instructive not despite but because of its prejudice and inconsistency.
This excellent short film drives home the Libertarian non-aggression principle.
Peter Klein explains why the Obama administration can’t create innovative manufacturing hubs by simply throwing around taxpayer’s money.
“World War I: American Legacy” vividly tells the many forgotten stories of the men and women who served in the Great War, reminding Americans of their impact on our country that can still be felt today.
The New York Times, in keeping with its standard propaganda narrative, once again whitewashes the US support for Syrian armed rebels in a recent editorial.
Islamic extremists are on the rise in Egypt, as predicted would occur as a result of the US-backed military coup that overthrew President Mohamed Morsi.
A New York Times article on the controversy surrounding Scarlett Johansson and SodaStream contains outrageous propaganda downplaying Israel’s occupation.
New York Times columnist Roger Cohen this week made an openly racist argument against the Palestinian right of return, declaring his opposition to this goal of the BDS movement on the grounds that it would threaten Israel’s existence as a “Jewish state”.
Binyamin Applebaum in the New York Times actually makes the argument that slowing spending on health care is hurting the economy. That should sound idiotic to you on its face, but Applebaum does a fair job of trying to make a ridiculous idea sound plausible, so its worth taking a few moments to actually address his arguments.
Danny Postel and Nader Hashemi argue in a New York Times op-ed that the international community should invoke the “Responsibility to Protect” principle to intervene in Syria but unwittingly illustrate why this is a dangerous doctrine.