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IJN Editorial Staff
IJN Editorial Staff

Another affirmative realignment in the Middle East

It’s not just the Arabs who are coming around to Israel. By now we are somewhat accustomed to what seemed impossible for decades: a rapprochement between Israel and...

What — still COVID?

Perhaps more stressful than the COVID shutdown of virtually every institution and many businesses, and the de facto house arrest of millions, is figuring out what the...

Biden looms — Israel covers its bets

Israel apparently acts against Iran while it thinks it can The definition of “pro-Israel” under the Trump administration is something of a game of smoke and...

Four teens die, and what do we know?

We learn much about the latest victim, much about youth programming, nothing about . . . you guessed it The sign of the times is not what we know, it is what we...

Zach Banner has it right, ‘Change your heart . . . and let’s all uplift each other’

Is it really so difficult to affirm that all lives matter? Pittsburgh Steelers offensive tackle Zach Banner, who is black, put it a lot more beautifully and poetically...

For foootball, it’s a City of Brotherly Hate

Sadly, we are not surprised by the double standards. While people are being canceled for actions or opinions expressed some 20 years ago, a current NFL player can tweet...

The Cultural Revolution

Google it. It’s all right there: the campaign to destroy old customs, culture, habits and ideas. Among the victories of the campaign against the old are to assign new...

Pandemic precautions trump protests

Have people forgotten we’re in the middle of a pandemic? Are people not aware that the number of positive cases, here in Colorado, are going back up? Do people not...

ADL and NAACP boycott of Facebook is wrong

Just to clear the air: Hate speech is reprehensible. Social media have a down side. When boycotts are limited to speech they are legal and should remain so. All that...

Remembrance trumps erasure

The Egyptians, the Babylonians and the Persians rose, filled the planet with sound and splendor, then faded to dream-stuff and passed away; the Greeks and Romans...