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  • Israel Turning Into Theocracy
  • Israel is slowly but inexorably turning into a conservative theocracy while the Diaspora is largely dedicated to liberal democracy.

  • The Israelification of American Domestic Security
  • The Israelification of America's security apparatus, recently unleashed in full force against the Occupy Wall Street Movement, has taken place at every level of law enforcement, and in areas that have yet to be exposed. 

  • Capitalism vs. the Climate
  • Denialists are dead wrong about the science. But they understand something the left still doesn’t get about the revolutionary meaning of climate change.

  • Ray Kelly's Lonely War
  • Between racists, rapists, ticket-fixers, and gunrunners, NYPD Police Commissioner Ray Kelly is under fire for a department some say is out of control. But let's not be so quick to crucify him

  • Up in Smoke
  • Did the idea of a legal war die along with Muammar al-Qaddafi?

  • Which Bank Is the Worst?
  • Wonder why Occupy Wall Street is so angry with Bank of America and its brethren? Naming and shaming the worst big banks.

  • When Women Make Peace
  • Are women inherently more peaceful than men? And are women's interests always united when it comes to debates over war and peace?

     

  • Anyone but Obama
  • The social conservatives at this weekend's Values Voter Summit may want a "true conservative," but there's one thing they want more than that.

  • Ban Birth Control? They Wouldn't Dare..
  • For nearly a decade prochoicers have been warning that abortion foes were gearing up to go after contraception, but the possibility of losing birth control was too far-out for most people to take seriously. Well, wake up, sleepyheads, it's happening.

  • Cruel America
  • Roars of applause for executions at the GOP debate, official approval of torture, barbaric prison conditions, obstruction of aid to storm victims and children in need — is our nation descending into barbarism? 

  • Hot Teachers
  • The revolution may have left Tahrir Square, but Egypt's education system is boiling with anger.

  • The New American Jujitsu
  • In the wake of 9/11, we have summoned up imaginary demons to spare ourselves from facing the all-too-real burdens of our time.

  • Conflict in Israel
  • A problematic speaking deal between the Jersusalem bureau chief Ethan Bronner of The New York Times and PR firm Lone Star Communications. (After this article was published, Bronner cut his ties to the PR company.) 

  • Brooklyn by the Book
  • In "Literary Brooklyn," the argument that emerges, recedes, rallies and falters throughout is that Brooklyn, because more human in scale, is more American than Manhattan and has particular stories to tell about the rest of the land.

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