The New York Times and the Politically Correct Mindset

By Myron Kaplan The New York Times is often guilty of bias by commission and omission in its Arab-Israeli coverage. In the March 11, 2014,...

A Small, Incoherent State of the Union Address

By Stephen F. Hayes President Barack Obama delivered a State of the Union Address last night that was important less for what he said than...

Kissinger on Iran: Has the U.S. Already Conceded a New Era of Nuclear Proliferation?

One big question coming out of the Munich security conference is whether Iran and the U.S. can strike a nuclear deal before the next,...

Following The Money: How Much Of Iran Deal’s Sanctions Relief Will Fund Terror?

By Alina Dain Sharon and Sean Savage Beyond the recently reached nuclear deal’s implications for Iran’s nuclear program itself, much of the fear about the...

Opinion: You Can Do It

By Rabbi Pinchos Lipschutz  This week's parsha of Ki Seitzei begins with the halachos of the eishes yefas toar. Rashi quotes the Sifri which explains...

True Social Activism

By Rabbi Avi Shafran Most people will be forgiven for not imagining that the late Theodore Sorensen, President John F. Kennedy's close confidant and speechwriter,...

A Message from the Kalever Rebbe for Purim 5775: What is the Solution...

Horrific acts of anti-Semitism have recently spiked in Israel, Europe, and even in the United States of America. Jews in Paris, London, Buenos Aires,...

How to Harvest What You Sow

By Rabbi Naphtali Hoff One of the many names of the holiday of Succos is “chag ha’asif,” the festival of the harvest. It was at...

How the U.S. Government Should Deal With the Jerusalem As Israel’s Capital Issue

By Barry Rubin Recently there has been a controversy when State Department spokespeople refused to say what they thought to be Israel's capital. To...

US – Forex Online

By Kevin Craig, Matzav.com One of the most popular currencies dealt with in Forex is USD and this week has not been a good one...