Teaching Them Terror


Remember when you were a kid, sitting in class learning about science and world history? We read the stories of historical figures who fought for freedom and civil rights. We were taught to respect those who are different and to better understand the world around us. Maybe your school was named after a More »

Intolerance at Brandeis University

From Princeton’s Nassau Hall and Dartmouth’s Baker Library to the streets of Claremont McKenna and Yale, American colleges across the country have witnessed protests of racial injustice that silence dissent and opposing viewpoints. Deans, presidents, faculty members, and student leaders have all been forced to apologize and even resign for the mere More »

Israel, France, Nigeria, and Their Common Enemy

Stop. Arrêtez. Ta’atzo. Enough is enough. Too many people are in mourning after reeling from events of the past weeks. Stabbings and shootings in Israel. Bombings, shootings, and hostages in France. Bombings in Lebanon and Nigeria. It’s time to call a spade a spade and acknowledge the threat facing free people across the globe: Radical More »

The World is a Paradox

This planet has become a paradox, in which right is wrong, good is evil, and silence is a course of action.

The past couple of weeks have proven to be horrifically violent for the tiny Jewish state. Palestinian terrorists have made a point of attempting to accomplish one goal, and one goal only: to More »