Ever worry what children are learning in school? Maybe you’ve heard some disturbing reports. Thanks to a group out of Texas, Truth in Textbooks, you can not only find out what’s in school textbooks, you can join the process of evaluating them yourself.
“We stand with Israel because your cause is our cause, your values are our values, and your fight is our fight,” Vice President Pence said to the Knesset on Jan. 22. “We stand with Israel because we believe in right over wrong, in good over evil, and in liberty over tyranny.”
‘Industry of Lies: Media, Academia, and the Israeli-Arab Conflict’ is an excellent book by Israeli journalist Ben-Dror Yemini which eviscerates the big lies told about Israel.
Frustrated and powerless in the face of Trump’s Jerusalem embassy move, Mahmoud Abbas reacted the only way Palestinian Arab leaders know how – by going bats**t crazy.
I recently reviewed Racing Against History: The 1940 Campaign for a Jewish Army to Fight Hitler by Rick Richman (Encounter Books, 2017), which covers the efforts of three Zionist leaders to raise a Jewish army in America to fight Hitler.
A couple of weeks ago, James Zogby, the founder of the Arab-American Institute, went bananas over hummus. His rant was sparked by celebrity chef Rachael Ray’s tweet about “Israeli nite” featuring a yummy assortment of Israeli dishes including hummus.
Israel’s former ambassador to the U.S. Michael Oren said that terrorists caught in the act should be shot dead. This is a surprisingly un-PC statement from Oren, whose history books are replete with political correctness.
The U.S. recognized Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. That’s a good thing. Though it shows Israel’s political situation is far from great when its capital is finally recognized 70 years after having already been its capital. That aside, President Trump deserves …