• April 8, 2010

    Yom HaShoah: Remembering the Wrong Thing: The new obsession with Jewish vengeance, and what it suggests

    The Jewish Week

    In the topsy-turvy post-Holocaust world, genocide never ended and the Holocaust itself became a brand name. Yom HaShoah competed with Yom Kippur for mourners. A museum in Washington, D.C., doubled as a Jewish Mount Rushmore. And Anne Frank was adopted by every culture on earth as a metaphor for adolescence interrupted. Elie Wiesel, a precocious, sensitive boy from a remote region of Transylvania, ended up as a Nobel laureate, a worldwide celebrity, and an honored guest on Oprah.

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  • April 5, 2010

    Obama's Muddled Message To Terrorists The administration needs to have a consistent stance on terrorism

    Prosecuting terrorists in the U.S. is beginning to resemble a game of three-card monte with President Obama channeling his inner Monty Hall.

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