Understanding Pollard: He is Not the Victim his Supporters Portray
Jonathan Pollard, the U.S. intelligence analyst who spied for Israel and was sentenced to life in prison, could be released as early as November, when he becomes eligible for mandatory parole, according to the Justice Department.
Sin of Contemporaneity: Cleansing History By Applying Today’s Standards To Our Ancestors
It is good that the Confederate battle flag has been removed from the South Carolina statehouse grounds. It properly belongs in a museum. Robert E. Lee himself would agree.
Proposal To Remove Hamilton From $10 Bill Is An Assault on U.S. History
Secretary of the Treasury Jack Lew announced in mid-June that the Treasury Department’s 2020 redesign of the $10 bill will feature a female portrait. While including women on our currency is long overdue, and a welcome step, removing Alexander Hamilton makes no sense. In fact, it is an assault upon American history itself.
Obama’s choice for Justice Dept.: Defender of radical cop-killer
Adegbile represented Mumia Abu-Jamal, a radical Philadelphia journalist who was convicted of killing a police officer.