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My Son, “My Cadillac”

It was about 25 years ago when the phone call came. I was a young kollel yungerman living in a tiny one-bedroom apartment on...

Lifnei Iveir, The New York Times and Us

Of all the sins of The New York Times – and there are certainly many – one of the most subtle and therefore most...

Trump’s 2018 Report Card – Both Good and Bad

November’s midterm election delivered a mixed verdict on the first two years of Donald Trump’s presidency. Democrats made gains in the House that were...

One of a Kind

He was extremely outspoken, yet he was quiet and unassuming. He considered himself to be, proudly, at the far-right of Orthodox Jewry, yet there...

The Democrats’ Noose Tightening Around Trump’s Neck

Now that it appears increasingly unlikely that Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation will produce evidence to support the original allegations that it was created...

Media in Impeachment Frenzy Over Mueller Sentencing Documents

After almost two years of waiting for Special Counsel Robert Mueller to show any evidence of wrongdoing by President Trump, the liberal media went...

George H.W Bush Dies

George H.W. Bush, the 41st president of the United States and the father of the 43rd, who steered the nation through a tumultuous period...

Crisis at the Border

President Donald Trump’s pre-midterm election warnings that a wave of Central Americans, including an unknown number of dangerous individuals, was being organized by left...

Trump vs. CNN’s Acosta and the War on Fake News

The recent flap over CNN’s chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta’s press pass raised larger questions about the troubling relationship between journalists and the...

Eleven Jews Killed in Pittsburgh Massacre

The deadliest attack on the Jewish community in American history began at about 9:45 a.m. this past Shabbos at the Tree of Life -...

Migrant Caravan Reignites Immigration

Can dramatic news pictures of thousands of Central American immigrants marching through Mexico in order to storm the southern border of the United States...

GOP Midterm Prospects Rise After Supreme Court Fight

The battle over the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court has energized the Republican Party and rejuvenated their hopes to maintain...

Trump Punishes Palestinians for Rejecting Peace

The growing tensions between the Trump White House and the leadership of the Palestinian Authority, which began when President Trump recognized Yerushalayim as Israel’s...

Mueller Investigation Follow Up: Broader Anti- Trump Conspiracy Revealed

More evidence keeps appearing that the FBI investigation of Russian collusion by the Trump campaign was a two-phase operation. According to a detailed article...

No End to Mueller’s Probe In Sight

Special Counsel Robert Mueller is not honoring the 60-day time-out period traditionally ob-served by Justice Department prosecutors to avoid having their criminal investigations influ-ence...

Trump Fighting Mueller in the Court of Public Opinion

Over the past week, President Donald Trump issued a series of tweets quoting conservative personalities who challenged the legitimacy of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s...

Trump Steps Up Attacks on Mueller Probe

President Donald Trump has stepped up his attacks on Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe, pointing to the absence of evidence to justify allegations that...

Behind the Russia Mania of Trump’s Critics

Trump’s opponents, who never gave up hope of finding proof of collusion with Russia to drive him from office, have spun the ambiguous answer...

Examining The IG Report

The 568-page report released last week by Department of Justice Inspector General (IG) Michael Horowitz condemned former FBI Director Jim Comey for insubordination and...

G7 Ends in Clash Between Trump and Canada’s Trudeau

Since 1976, the US president has met annually with the heads of America’s most important allies and trading partners. For a while, the group...