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War Stories

Netanyahu’s Deadly Gambit

The Israeli prime minister is insincere. The only outcomes that would please him are Iranian regime change or outright war.

Google’s Plans to Upend the Cellphone Industry Could Shrink Your Monthly Bill

No One in America Thinks They’re Rich

Netanyahu Just Did Obama a Big Favor

Bibi’s speech inadvertently proved that the current negotiations are our best strategy for dealing with Iran.

Politics

They’re Always Hiding Something

The fuss over Hillary’s email isn’t about whether she broke a rule. It’s about whether she can be trusted.

Foreigners

The Gross Hypocrisy of Benjamin Netanyahu

Don’t pretend Bibi didn’t mean to offend Obama. He is a bully and a liar. 

How Clinton Responds to Questions About Her Email Will Tell Us How a Clinton White House Would Operate

Benjamin Netanyahu Is a Bully and a Hypocrite

The Parents Who Let Their Kids Walk Home Alone Were Charged With “Unsubstantiated Child Neglect”

Dream On, Baby Boomers. You Will Retire. And It Will Be Bleak.

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