Monthly Archives: November 2007

Olmert Warns of “South African-style Struggle”

Olmert alludes to apartheid South Africa in describing Israel and its future. Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has said failure to negotiate a two-state solution with the Palestinians would spell the end of the State of Israel. He warned of … Read More

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Morning News Round-up

Bloomberg and Obama? Mayor Bloomberg had breakfast with Democrat candidate Barak Obama, causing many in the media to speculate about the mayor’s future plans. They Shot Rodney King? Police believe the troubled man was shot in an alcohol-related domestic disagreement. … Read More

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On The Nightstand Thursdays: Jewish Living, Part Two

Earlier this month, I wrote about Jewish Living magazine, and I was really iffy about it. I was questioning the stated target market of the magazine, among other things. Bon Appetite, Goumet and the like are cooking and food magazines, … Read More

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It’s Against, Like, the Geneva Conventions and Stuff

Thanks, Will.  

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Jonah Goldberg Ha Sempre Ragione

So, Jonah Goldberg and Peter Beinart have this series of webcast debates that have been going on for some time now, and the latest one was about American imperialism. I haven't had a chance to watch it yet, but I'm … Read More

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Terrorists Aren’t the Only Ones Who Eat Falafel!!?

Here's the deal. A reporter named Jeff Stein wrote an article about how "the FBI sifted through customer data collected by San Francisco-area grocery stores in 2005 and 2006, hoping that sales records of Middle Eastern food would lead to … Read More

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All Things in Moderation

At first glance, the interview with Ayaan Hirsi Ali in the current London Spectator seems slight, a rehash of the innumerable articles that have written about her since she became the face of anti-Islamic courage and the target of Islamic … Read More

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Jennifer Sánchez

My work examines relational space. Specifically, it explores the idea that space, while having no positive existence of its own, allows everything else to exist. My paintings invite the viewer to experience new and emergent spaces. I use rhythmic circles, … Read More

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