Good Intentions, a Little Girl’s Murder and the Refugee Road to Hell
St. Andrew’s-Wesley United Church is, in its own words, an “affirming church” with “diverse” members and a “progressive” faith.
The Double Standard of the ICC
The US is justified in its refusal to cooperate with the ICC over alleged war crimes committed by its forces and close allies, democratic countries are capable of trying their own soldiers; but the Palestinians, who fund murderers and their families, turn to the ICC to file complaints against Israel.
Is Germany Colluding With Islamic Terrorists?
Terrorism can have borders. All you have to do to save lives is protect those borders.
NY Times Pits Crazy Trump Against Level-Headed Advisers
“Many European members of NATO thought Mr. Mattis was being too ambitious in pushing it,” The Times wrote. “But in the rush to get the agreement done before the meeting, the Four 30s initiative was approved.”
Israel’s Sucker’s Game on the Gaza Border
There was a depressing familiarity both to Hamas’s suicide protest operation along Gaza’s border with Israel this week and to Israel’s response to it.
Mexican Cartels Attempt to Crash US Border
Yesterday, Mexican drug cartels sent 2.25 million Mexicans: men, women, and children, to face off across from US National Guard troops along their common border.
Canada to Formally Apologize for Turning Away Jewish Refugees From Nazi Germany
‘When Canada denied asylum to the 907 German Jews on board the MS St. Louis, we failed not only those passengers, but also their descendants and community,’ said Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Israel Turns a Corner on Protecting Its Sovereignty
Monday may have been a turning point in the global battle between the forces of nationalism and national self-determination on the one hand, and the forces pushing for a post-nationalist world with open borders on the other.
What Can Israel Do About Its ‘Brain Drain’ Problem
When we replenish the Israeli heart, the Israeli brain will work even better.
How the Left Became its Own Worst Enemy – Part I
It is one of the ironies of modern politics that the same word can be susceptible to more than one meaning, creating confusion for everyone.