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The Key Lessons of “The D-Day Prayer”

Seventy-five years ago, on the night of June 6, 1944, President Franklin Roosevelt spoke on the radio to announce the success of the D-Day invasion, not with a jubilant proclamation of victory, but with a humble request for the anxious...

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Herman Wouk: Living his Values

By Diane Medved — In a time when we’re exposed to so few national leaders and celebrities whose personal lives are worth admiring, the deeds and virtues of rare individuals who combine outstanding achievement with fine character...

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Distrusting the People

Angry nationwide demonstrations against more restrictive state abortion laws demonstrate a destructive tendency of the left—distrusting the will of the people, as expressed through their elected representatives. If activists dislike new...

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A Popular But Under-Rated Genius: Herman Wouk

On May 17th, America lost one of the 20th Century’s most significant, popular but under-rated writers, when Herman Wouk died just ten days before his 104th birthday.  Author of THE CAINE MUTINY, MARJORIE MORNINGSTAR, WINDS OF WAR and...

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A One State Solution Means No “Safe Haven”

Representative Rashida Tlaib, Democrat of Michigan, says “I want a safe haven for Jews.” The question she hasn’t been asked and cannot answer is: where do you think that “safe haven” should be? She obviously doesn’t think it...

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Uncle Sam Shouldn’t Subsidize Bad Habits

A Republican named Briscoe Cain has filed an important bill in the Texas legislature, blocking food stamp recipients from using taxpayer money to buy soda, candy and other junk foods. Latest figures from the Department of Agriculture show...

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No Two Sides on Gaza Rockets

The old-saying “there are two sides to every argument” doesn’t apply to violent exchanges between Israel and the Gaza terrorists of Hamas and Islamic Jihad. Without provocation or purpose, Palestinian terrorists launched 690 rockets...

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Life Is Stronger than Death

On the last days of Passover, while helping lead a holiday festival retreat in the California desert, I saw my father for the first time in ten years. Awakened by a loud, frightening knock on our hotel door at three in the morning, I...

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Tolerating Hatred In Their Midst

Six months to the day of the infamous synagogue massacre in Pittsburgh, neo-Nazi terrorism struck again with a murderous rampage at a vibrant Hassidic congregation in suburban San Diego. The attack occurred days after the New York Times...

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