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My Costco Angel

My Costco Angel

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The manager made a red X on my receipt and took my carts away.

Witness at Darfur

Witness at Darfur

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Brian Steidle's experiences in Darfur propelled him to become one of the foremost activists trying to focus the world's attention on the ongoing genocide.

My Life List

My Life List

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Things to do while you're alive.

Selling Your Soul

Selling Your Soul

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Do we each have our price?

Challenging the UN's Darker Side

Challenging the UN's Darker Side

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With Durban II now in the works, the UN secretary general can choose to speak truth to power now.

Truth and the Armenian Genocide

Truth and the Armenian Genocide

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Genocide denial must be intolerable, above all to those for whom "never again" is a sacred principle.

Making Room for Moderates

Making Room for Moderates

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The vicissitudes of genuine Muslim moderates.

Lost & Found

Lost & Found

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If I don't give up hope of finding something, it still belongs to me.

"Flying Imams" and Reichstags

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"If you see something, say something." Prudent action or racist fear-mongering?

Quo Vadis Vatican?

Quo Vadis Vatican?

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Reviving the Latin mass without first eliminating the anti-Jewish language gives tacit encouragement to those who wish to return to the demonization of Jews.

Avoiding the M-Word

Avoiding the M-Word

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Denial is a luxury we cannot afford.

Just Ask

Just Ask

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Great discoveries often begin with a question.

The Naked Truth

The Naked Truth

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Is photographer Spencer Tunick serving the advancement of society?

A Beggar and a Man

A Beggar and a Man

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I've carried an idea of him in my mind. Who, for him, was the young girl with scorn in her eyes?

Now I am the Patient

Now I am the Patient

by Kenneth Nazinitsky, M.D.

It will only take one person to save my life. Could it be you?

Hero at Virginia Tech

Hero at Virginia Tech

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Professor Liviu Librescu, a Holocaust survivor, was shot as he shielded the classroom door so his students could safely escape.

Goering and My Grandmother

Goering and My Grandmother

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Leading a secret life as a Jewish resistance fighter, you just never know who you're going to meet.

Inclusion

Inclusion

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Paving the way for our children with developmental disabilities.

Hostile to Israel

Hostile to Israel

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Jewish intellectuals -- then and now.

The Freedom to Shut Up

The Freedom to Shut Up

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Not all criticism is created equal.

Meltdown in Darfur

Meltdown in Darfur

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What happened to 'Never Again'?

Ex-President For Sale

Ex-President For Sale

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Carter is making more money selling integrity than peanuts.

Burning Issue

Burning Issue

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Israel's first crematorium opens for business. What would Moses say?

The Straightforward Arithmetic of Jihad

The Straightforward Arithmetic of Jihad

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The extent of support for global jihad is frightening in its proportions, and the numbers are anything but insignificant.

Jimmy Carter's Jewish Problem

Jimmy Carter's Jewish Problem

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Carter has repeatedly fallen back on traditional anti-Semitic canards.

Greed

Greed

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Gordon Gekko is alive and well. Meet his rival.

A Time to Hate

A Time to Hate

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Would we really wish to live in a society in which no one gets angry when children are slaughtered?

How the West Could Lose

How the West Could Lose

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Pacifism, self-hatred and complacency are lengthening the war against radical Islam and causing undue casualties.

Indict Ahmadinejad

Indict Ahmadinejad

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Iran's intentions are nakedly, malignantly clear. What is not clear at all is what the civilized world will do about it

Confronting Iran

Confronting Iran

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The UN must expel Ahmadinejad's murderous regime, says one of the world's leading moral voices.

A Tale of Two Circuses

A Tale of Two Circuses

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One circus warmed our imaginations, the other left us cold with disgust.

Gabbing About Goodness

Gabbing About Goodness

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How to change the world with your tongue.

Mel's Teshuva, and Ours

Mel's Teshuva, and Ours

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Owning up to our mistakes, without the excuses.

The Missing Muslim Outcry

The Missing Muslim Outcry

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The real insult to Islam is the violence, terror, and bloodshed that Islamist fanatics unleash in the name of their religion

Memories

Memories

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When it comes to children, there's no such thing as gone.

9/11 Heroes and Memories

9/11 Heroes and Memories

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Finding solace for those left behind.

England's Cognitive Dissonance

England's Cognitive Dissonance

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Britons have finally awakened to the fact that they have a serious problem in their midst.

My 9/11 Un-Miracle

My 9/11 Un-Miracle

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I didn't have to climb down 65 flights of stairs. Thank God, I had the greatest miracle of all: I got to work on time.

Hear the Quiet

Hear the Quiet

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In the era of Blackberries and Bluetooths, where can you find a vestige of absolute peace and quiet?

Mel, Kofi and Me

Mel, Kofi and Me

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Like soft drinks and poison, anti-Semitism comes in various flavors and strengths.

Mel Gibson's Jewish Problem

Mel Gibson's Jewish Problem

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Based on my previous interviews with the Gibson family, nothing Mel said comes as a surprise.

What's Stopping Al Qaeda

What's Stopping Al Qaeda

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The secret of why Al Qaeda called off a plot to gas the New York City subways.

Just Say No

Just Say No

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If Roy kicked the habit, you can too.

Seven Ways You Can Help Israel

Seven Ways You Can Help Israel

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Israel needs your help. Here's what you can do.

Plugging In

Plugging In

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When was the last time you were fully alive in the moment?

United in Soccer

United in Soccer

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If the point that unites a group defines its essence, what does the World Cup say about humanity?

Oh That Fifty Feeling

Oh That Fifty Feeling

by Frank Jaffe

I'm looking for the secret of life. And if that fails, at least I'll get a discount at the movies.

A Stone's Throw

A Stone's Throw

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A small revolution began with a broken window.

Desperate for a Donor

Desperate for a Donor

by Annette Cooper

My mother's kidneys are failing. Will someone help save her?

David Irving and Freedom of Speech

David Irving and Freedom of Speech

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Irving's opinions are vile, and his arguments about the Holocaust are ludicrous. But he doesn't belong in prison.