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The Unknowns of 9/11

20 years after the 9/11 attacks, one might expect that the commemorations would be an opportunity to honor the victims and remember the horrors of the days surrounding the tragedy.…

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Playing Politics at the Pump

Amid rising prices at gas pumps and for other energy needs, the Biden administration asked the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) to increase its crude oil output, a…

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The Sky Didn’t Fall After All

As the coronavirus pandemic raged across the United States last year and the nation went into lockdown, the effect on the national economy was acute. Overnight, stores were shuttered, factories…

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A Critical Eye on Critical Race Theory

Critical Race Theory was an idea developed and discussed by a small group of academics decades ago, but was largely contained to the world of a few left-wing intellectuals. Yet,…

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A New Era of Trustbusters

President Joseph Biden laid out a plan which could alter the map of America’s business world and potentially define his legacy. Labeled by the White House as an effort to…

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An A+ Year for School Choice

When the teachers’ unions mounted a pitched battle to keep schools closed or minimally functioning during the COVID pandemic, they did not intend that the period that revealed the depth…

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Our Man In Dubai

The Abraham Accords are changing the landscape of the Gulf region, and a modern-day Jewish Renaissance man is changing the landscape of that region’s nascent Jewish community. Recently appointed as…

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A Big Picture

Weighing the Risks and Benefits of COVID Vaccination The proliferation and increasingly easy access to COVID vaccines in America has seemingly substantiated predictions that immunization would end the virus’ pandemic…

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New Puppet, Same Masters

A Look at Iranian Nuclear Talks in Vienna, and Iran’s New President   Iran’s leadership successfully engineered a transfer of its presidency to Ebrahim Raisi, the head of the nation’s…

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OPINION: A Rabbi by Any Other Name

My mother always had an inquiring mind. Born into a distinguished Chassidish family in Transylvania, with no Bais Yaakov in her little town, she was largely self-taught and a voracious…

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Seeing is Believing

It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words. Seeing that picture is made possible by the cornea — a transparent, dome-shaped tissue that sits at the front…

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Forever an Ally? Israel and the Democratic Party

Ritchie Torres is widely seen as a bright light for the progressive left. A young, well-spoken Afro-Latino legislator from the South Bronx, Torres emerged from a pack of Democratic Primary…

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Is the President Fit to Serve?

The Biden presidency has already produced a number of moments when the self-labeled “gaffe machine” seemed to grope unsuccessfully for the right words to say. Recently, President Joseph Biden appeared…

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When Hackers Go Pro

America’s largest oil pipeline was forced to shut down and sensitive data from the police force of Washington, D.C., was compromised, all in the space of a few days, by…

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60 Years Later: Eichmann in Jerusalem

Let me introduce myself. I am a proud child of two Holocaust survivors. I was a young girl when the Eichmann trial began in Yerushalayim. One day during the course…

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