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Reclaiming Our Brains Managing Diversity

Reclaiming Our Brains Managing Diversity

Prompted by yesterday's translation about the cultural enrichment of public schools in Oslo, our Austrian correspondent AMT has written a call for her fellow Austrians to take back their country from the Multiculturalists who are leading it to destruction.

 Managing Diversity by AMT

As usual, ...

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Showdown between UN Human Rights Council and Israel?

Showdown between UN Human Rights Council and Israel?

While thousands were being butchered by the Assad regime in Syria, the Human Rights Council outrageously passed a resolution condemning Israel for the "suffering of Syrian citizens in the occupied Syrian Golan." Of course, none of the actors at the HRC offered to take concrete steps, such as ...

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Is the Future of Gun Control Same as District of Columbias Huge List of Unapproved Guns?

Is the Future of Gun Control Same as District of Columbias Huge List of Unapproved Guns?

Future of Gun Control? DOC List of Unapproved Guns

In general, rifles, shotguns, revolvers and handguns may be registered in the District of Columbia. Per DC Official Code ... as amended by the Firearms Control Amendment of 2008, registration of the following firearms is prohibited in the District ...

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Interfaith Dialogue Based On Ethics Not Politics

Interfaith Dialogue Based On Ethics Not Politics

In item 9 of the ICLA Mission Statement we make a commitment to engage in interfaith dialogue.  In the spirit of this commitment we are now engaging with a new organisation called Ethical Interfaith.  It introduces itself in the following terms:

“This interfaith group is for people of all ...

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Egypt's Only Hope: Freedom Fighters

Egypt's Only Hope: Freedom Fighters

This month marks the two-year anniversary of Egypt's revolution for democracy led by youth freedom fighters. Their movement remains as vital today as when the uprising began on January 25, 2011 -- currently the same number of core participants, zeal and commitment to human rights. To date, their ...

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Noxious Nominations: The Four Horsemen of the American Foreign Policy Apocalypse

 Noxious Nominations: The Four Horsemen of the American Foreign Policy Apocalypse

I did a lot of soul-searching before writing my latest article, "After the Fall: What Do You Do When You Conclude America is (Temporarily or Permanently) Kaput?" Of course, I believed every word of it and have done so for a while. But would it depress readers too much? Would it just be too ...

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Jew, Know Your Enemy

”When two Jews are gathered in a room, there will be at least three opinions.” So goes the saying that we used to laugh at in my youth when we were sitting around the dinner table.

Essentially the saying is very positive. It reflects Judaism’s taste for discussion and its willingness and ability to ...

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What Do Abbas's Latest Threats Really Mean?

What Do Abbas's Latest Threats Really Mean?

Mahmoud Abbas has once again threatened to dismantle the Palestinian Authority which he heads in the West Bank.

This time he chose to make his new old threat in an interview with the daily Haaretz.

"If there is no progress [in the peace process] even after the election I will take the phone and ...

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A Paradox of U.S. Middle East Policy: The Friend Who Acts like an Enemy is an Enemy

A Paradox of U.S. Middle East Policy: The Friend Who Acts like an Enemy is an Enemy

The expression, "With friends like you who needs enemies?" is an apt summary of a major problem for U.S. foreign policy during Obama's second term.

Here's the issue: a number of supposed allies of the United States don't act as friends. In fact, they are major headaches, often subverting U.S. goals ...

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