Since the dawn of time, the primary, and frequently only, goal in any war of conflict has been victory. The means to that end on the part of the ultimate victors has been almost entirely disproportionate. Those with the latest
Paul Murdaugh killed Mallory Beach. One cold night in February, he was driving drunk, as he often did, and he put every life on his boat in jeopardy. When the boat crashed, everyone was injured, and Mallory paid the price for Paul’s criminal recklessness with her life.
One of the major hurdles in taking a harder line against Palestinian terrorism, rejectionism and intransigence in recent years has been the inability or unwillingness of Israeli political leaders to stand up to the security administration. In a functioning
The State Department’s announcement Tuesday of a sanctions waiver that will allow Iran to access blocked funds in Japan and South Korea was the latest in a string of decisions indicating that President Biden’s foreign policy team is afflicted with an appalling
Jews are constantly lectured that antisemitism and anti-Zionism are two separate concepts. Attacks on Jews are “justified” as a response to Israel’s actions, we are told. Even when the attacker does not mention Israel, we are often told that it
“Victory belongs to the most persevering,” said Napoleon Bonaparte. Bonaparte, who knew something of victory, is saying that victory is rarely overnight or quick, but takes time and patience. Unfortunately for the State of Israel, its opponents are demonstrating that