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Combating BDS Act of 2016

boycott-israelIt was bound to happen - an attempt by the U.S. Congress to sanction the attacks on the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement already taking place in some states and municipalities. The strategy is to legitimize an increasingly standard approach to undermining the boycott of Israel, an approach wherein the investment of any state funds, including pension funds, in any business or organization that boycotts the Zionist state is forbidden.

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Iraq War: Not a Mistake, But a Holocaustic Crime

Jeb BushEither our minds have softened in the United States, or our hearts have hardened way beyond the callous stage. Or, likely both!

Just 13 years past his criminal decision to invade Iraq, George W. Bush is campaigning in South Carolina to get his younger brother, Jeb, in the White House.

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Charles Krauthammer: America’s Conservative Voice

Charles KrauthammerCharles Krauthammer is the most celebrated contemporary conservative thinker in the United States. However, let it be known that he is not just a theorist. He is man of political action who wants a conservative in the White House to line up with those already in control of Congress.

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2016 Presidential Election: Hillary’s Progressive Halloween Costume

Hillary Clinton“Everybody wants to get inta da act! Inka dinka doo, a dinka dee, a dinka doo.” Our parents, our grandparents, remembering the 40’s or 50’s are likely to smile if reminded of that entertainer, Jimmy Durante, who traversed from vaudeville to the early days of television with his antics. 

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On the Down Side of Institutionalized Religion

Institutionalized ReligionIdeologies are pre-set forms of thinking that shape people's worldviews and, supposedly, help to order and simplify reality. While this supposition is always flawed to one extent or another, ideologies can be very seductive. In part this is because they free their adherents from the hard work of critical thinking. Thus, they are often held onto tenaciously.

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