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Ruth Messinger

Ruth Messinger
By November 28, 2006

If there is one Jewish-American who has done more than any other to ensure that the spirit of “Never Again” be made flesh, that the ethical lessons of the Holocaust be extended into today's world, it is Ruth Messinger. “Never … Read More

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Katharine Jefferts Schori

Katharine Jefferts Schori
By November 28, 2006

Katharine Jefferts Schori might be presiding over one of the biggest schisms in Christendom since the Reformation. As the new head of the U.S. Episcopal Church, Schori has caught flack from the Worldwide Anglican Communion (WAC) not only for being … Read More

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Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani

Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani
By November 28, 2006

The world would be a vastly better place if more monarchs were like Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani, the emir of Qatar. Since ousting his father in 1995 in a bloodless coup, al-Thani has worked tirelessly to eliminate his own control … Read More

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Bill Gates

Bill Gates
By November 28, 2006

Bill Gates, the archetypal capitalist shark, has done more to help the world’s most economically disenfranchised people than have 158 years of socialist activism. Gates has done more than just establish himself as a Jewcy radical—he’s forced us to reconsider … Read More

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The Death of Edge

The Death of Edge
By November 27, 2006

Every writer wants to push boundaries. We all want to be “edgy.” I’m sure I’m not the first writer who has found himself lying awake at night wondering who he has to pay to get banned, seized, and censored. But … Read More

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Adventures in Arabia

Adventures in Arabia
By November 24, 2006

“Il’an Abuk!” curses a mother of four, veiled in black, in Kuwaiti dialect. She’s eager to board the plane, but her tiniest is still fumbling with the visor of his Homer Simpson baseball cap—much the way his bearded father fusses … Read More

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Wiki Wars

Wiki Wars
By November 16, 2006

Wikipedia has long been bashed by its critics as a free-for-all where the trashiest visitor ruins the facilities for all. Britannica editor-in-chief Robert McHenry famously described it as a public restroom. Wikipedia’s process may be vulgar and its output occasionally … Read More

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The Jewish Jihad for Jesus

The Jewish Jihad for Jesus
By November 15, 2006

Writing in Time a few months ago, Andrew Sullivan coined the term “Christianism” to describe the archconservative evangelical wing of the Republican Party. Sullivan distinguished Christianists, who traffic in a malign fusion of scripture and public policy, from Christians, who … Read More

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