Tag Archives: Warfare and Conflict

Veterans’ Day Invocation

Who came up with the notion that the best way to resolve our conflicts was to brutally murder each in a lethal bloodbath of vitriol? Whose idea it was that the best way to rebuild toppled regimes was to further … Continue reading

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60 Minutes: A Response

Several people have requested an article on Lesley Stahl’s 60 Minutes piece last night. The following is my response to the piece: Lesley Stahl’s reporting on the City of David during last night’s 60 Minutes was an almost-flawless example of … Continue reading

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The High Road

Tonight, Israel faces a life-or-death decision. Throughout the past few weeks, representatives of several parties (including Israel, “Palestine,” and the United States) have met in an attempt to “get the ball rolling” on fresh Middle East peace talks. These talks, … Continue reading

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The World Is Going To End

Why are Jewish Americans so angry? Last week, Karl Vick’s article (see shortened version here) was published in Time magazine. It explains that average Israelis have become intrinsically indifferent to the peace process and, in essence, have begun moving on with … Continue reading

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