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In the killing of a journalist, and the disruption of her funeral, Israel faces tough questions

In the killing of a journalist, and the disruption of her funeral, Israel faces tough questions. Even tougher is the deafness to the answers.

Prisons. Rehab centers. Schools. Social media. Deadly weapons.

We enjoyed a reprieve — but it was oh so short. During the first year of the pandemic, a certain event was notably absent: mass shootings.

Harvard Crimson embraces BDS — journalistic kleptomania

Some newspapers welcomed Hitler. Now, some welcome a new hatred.

Imagine a world without Israel

Despite long odds and predictions of Israel’s doom in 1948, the genius, and the blood, sweat, tears and toil, of the Jewish people allowed the state to prevail and...

Ignored: the naivete behind a fossil fuel free economy

If we were to believe the opponents of fossil fuels, the Messiah will be just around the corner once the world frees itself of its dependence on oil and gas. Climate...

74 years later, Israel still flourishes, still seeks peace

Vision and blindness, like in 1948, still exalt us and constrict us.

Dr. Mort Mower, 1933-2022

IJN eulogy for Dr. Mort Mower, co-inventor of the implantable cardioverter defibrillator.

The Roe leak

There should be no debate, however, that whoever leaked Justice Samuel Alito’s draft majority opinion against Roe should be held to the same penalties as anyone else...

Our sweet, literate, charming, articulate, dedicated, loving, artistic, earnest, intelligent, refined friend . . . Dennis Gallagher

We marveled at the first news story we read about the passing of Dennis Gallagher. It was long on his love of all things Irish and short — short? make that...

Re: Saudi Arabia, the US shoots itself in the foot

Re: Saudi Arabia, the US shoots itself in the foot. We treat our friends as enemies and our enemies as friends.