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George Will and capital punishment

Tue, Nov 4, 2003

There are few people whose opinions I so trust that, when I am ambivalent or ignorant about an issue, I rely on their views to shape my own. George Will is one of those people. I have read him for many years, always admiring his knowledge, values and clarity of thought. It is therefore akin to an earthquake to read his latest column in which he...

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The Passion: Jews and Christians are watching different films

Tue, Oct 28, 2003

Early this past summer, Mel Gibson invited me to see “The Passion,” his film on the trial and crucifixion of Jesus. The invitation was significant in that I was the first practicing Jew and active member of the American Jewish community to be invited. He did so because he believed, correctly, that he could trust me. I have long worked...

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The second American civil war: What it’s about: Part II

Tue, Oct 21, 2003

In part one, I described nine areas of major conflict between the Right and the Left in American life, a conflict that rivals the First Civil War in intensity, though thankfully not in violence. Here in part two, I describe 15 others. The Left regards American nationalism as dangerous, is more comfortable celebrating world citizenship and prefers...

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The second American civil war: what it’s about

Tue, Oct 14, 2003

Whatever your politics, you have to be oblivious to reality to deny that America today is torn by ideological divisions as deep as those of the Civil War era. We are, in fact, in the midst of the Second American Civil War. Of course, one obvious difference between the two is that this Second Civil War is (thus far) non-violent. On the other hand,...

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Only those with beliefs can defeat those with beliefs

Tue, Oct 7, 2003

As both supporters and opponents of President Bush acknowledge, America is largely going it alone in the war against Islamic terror and tyranny. Until a month ago — yes, one month ago — the European Union would not even label Hamas a terrorist group. There are many explanations for the lack of support for America in this war, a war of...

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Caucasian clubs and race-based cookies

Tue, Sep 30, 2003

Two recent news items may represent the tip of an enormous explosion about to take place in this country. Many young Americans are not reacting to the dominant liberal message of dividing the country into racial and ethnic categories in ways that liberals had anticipated. The first news item is out of Oakley, Calif., where a 15-year-old girl is...

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When women marry, Democrats lose

Tue, Sep 23, 2003

It takes a particularly noble Democrat to promote marriage and family. The strengthening of these institutions is not in the Democratic Party’s self-interest. The more people marry, and especially the more they have children after they marry, the more likely they are to hold conservative values and vote Republican. That is why it is...

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Taking back our country — one way to begin

Tue, Sep 16, 2003

One of the most common questions I am asked is, “What can I, a simple citizen, do to make our country better?” The answer: Change the little things first. Most people who are worried about the direction of our country think that all the battles are big ones. But we cannot win any of the big ones if we keep losing the small ones. Here...

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The Democrats’ counter-revolution

Tue, Sep 9, 2003

At the Democratic presidential candidates’ debate in New Mexico last week, the Democratic Party publicly rejected the motto of our country, e pluribus unum, “out of many, one.” The Democratic Party has declared war on the centuries-long revolution of coalescing people of every ethnic, linguistic, racial and religious background...

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Socialism kills

Tue, Sep 2, 2003

In a period of two weeks during August, more than 11,000 elderly French men and women died of heat stroke. It is important to note that this is not nearly the scandal in France that it would be in America. In fact, upon hearing the news, French president Jacque Chirac decided to stay on vacation in Quebec. Why has this happened? In large measure...

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