Written by James Simpson
By James Simpson | Watchdog Arena
The Federal Communications Commission will vote on a new “net neutrality” regulatory framework for the Internet on Feb. 26. FCC has already been stopped in its tracks twice by federal courts which have ruled that the FCC has no authorityto impose such regulations. ...
Written by Col. Tom Snodgrass (Ret.)
Much Is Made Of The Claim That The Vast Majority Of Moslems Practice A “Moderate Islam” And That “Radical Islam” Has Nothing To Do With The “True Religion Of Islam”
By Col. Tom Snodgrass (Ret.), Right Side News
Examples Of People Spouting Ignorance About Islam Are On Both Sides Of The Political ...
Written by Eliana Benador
By Eliana Benador
The Creator of the Universe gave unambiguous instructions to His Chosen People, the Jews:
I call heaven and earth to witness against you this day, that I have set before thee life and death, the blessing and the curse; therefore choose life, that thou mayest live, thou and ...
Written by Roger Aronoff
By Roger Aronoff
As Hillary Clinton further delays the announcement of her 2016 run for the White House, more news has broken regarding her role in the 2011 disastrous intervention in Libya, which set the stage for the 2012 Benghazi attacks where we lost four brave American lives.
Written by ELIANA BENADOR
In hindsight, it was as if by design, pieces of the puzzle fit together beautifully as Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the opening of an American war epic "American Sniper" and the State of the Union coincided in the same week.
It took two men who never met but have now united for the same ...
Written by Kenneth R. Timmerman
Rep. Trey Gowdy came out swinging at Tuesday’s hearing of his Select Committee, laying into Democrats for playing political games and blasting the State Department for refusing to produce documents and for preventing witnesses from testifying before the committee.
Written by Charles G. Battig
The origins of the epithet, “Good enough for government work,” are not precisely known, but it is definitely a part of the American vernacular. It serves as a diminishing, if not downright demeaning, label for the perhaps adequate, but not particularly stellar result of some project, physical or ...
Written by Daniel Greenfield
Even articles about Muslim Anti-Semitism rarely want to talk about Muslim Anti-Semitism. In the aftermath of the Kosher supermarket massacre in France, articles about the Muslim persecution of Jews in Europe nervously hover around the subject before swerving away to discuss the European far-right.
Written by Hannah Szenes
You can always judge a society by the way it values and treats its children. Childhood is a Garland of Roses (Babylonian Talmud, Shabbat 152,119a)
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In Israel, Jews embrace the traditional Jewish approach that childhood is considered a period of purity, joy, and beauty to ...