Daily Archives: May 17, 2017

The Slow-Motion Assassination of President Trump

Scott Adams writes: I saw this quote on CNN.com today: “The episode is the latest woe for Trump, whose administration is engulfed in a series of scandals linked to Russia.” A “series of scandals linked to Russia”? Would it be … Continue reading

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The Jewish Question In 19th Century Europe

Andrew Joyce writes: The Jewish push for political advancement in Western Europe provoked other insightful assessments. In France, while the Revolution was still ongoing, there was a robust and lengthy debate on whether Jews should be considered full citizens on … Continue reading

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A People That Shall Dwell Alone

Andrew Joyce writes: The 1992 contribution of John Klier (1944–2007), along with his Russians, Jews, and the Pogroms of 1881–2 (2011), was emphatic, even at the highest levels of the academic establishment. Although gatekeepers and the dedication of ethnocentric academic … Continue reading

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Who killed the Armenians? Muslims

Dennis Prager writes: The Journal’s editor-in-chief, Rob Eshman, recently wrote a column under the headline “Morgenthau’s Children,” about the film “The Promise,” whose subject is the Armenian genocide, and he addressed the subject of genocide in general. It was important … Continue reading

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Are You Addicted to Love?

From The Fix: Sex addiction, says Sarah Osborne, Director of Clinical Operations at Mountainside Treatment Center, involves preoccupation with sexual acts, and over time, the need for increased risk level associated with them. The sexual acts aren’t about the partner, … Continue reading

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