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  • Rothschild: 'Social Justice,' 'Global Citizen' buzzwords for godless government

    In my previous article on "Social Justice," I began to expose the "Wolf in Sheep's Clothing." I am referring to noble sounding, but ill-conceived government initiatives that insidiously displace individual rights and freedoms with collectivist goals. This...
  • Definition of anti-Semitism provokes campus debates

    The definition of anti-Semitism was at the center of a battle of words Monday involving campus protests about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. This comes as some Jewish students say that protests against Israel’s occupation of the West Bank...
  • Methodist church, lesbian couple reach agreement

    Methodist church, lesbian couple reach agreement
    The Methodist church that dismissed two gay day-care workers said Monday that it has reached an agreement with the women. The pact was announced after Aloma United Methodist Church was threatened with a lawsuit and was rebuked by state leaders for...
  • Local activists push for global human rights

    Local activists push for global human rights
    Three volunteer Jewish activists from South Florida traveled to Washington, D.C. on May 13 as part of the American Jewish World Service Policy Summit, where they met with members of Congress to advocate for policies that combat violence against women...
  • Varying knife laws can confuse across state, local lines

    A few miles off in any direction, and the debate about the knife involved in Freddie Gray's arrest by Baltimore police may have been completely different. The state of Maryland has one set of laws governing knives. The city of Baltimore has its own...
  • Albany environmental activist elected Sierra Club president

    Aaron Mair, a civil rights and environmental justice advocate in Albany, has been elected president of the Sierra Club, becoming the first African-American to serve in that role. The Guilderland resident began his activism 31 years ago when he...
  • NY AG takes on transgender discrimination in health care

    New York's attorney general has started a program to ensure transgender individuals have equal access to health care. Eric Schneiderman's office announced the initiative Friday. Staffers with the attorney general's Civil Rights Bureau will conduct...
  • Protesting Macedonians demand government's resignation

    Tens of thousands of protesters gathered Sunday in the center of the Macedonian capital to demand the resignation of conservative Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski. Zoran Zaev, leader of the opposition Social Democrats and the keynote speaker in the rally,...
  • Disturbing Imbalance In Tickets To Whites, Minorities

    Disturbing Imbalance In Tickets To Whites, Minorities
    Whether police disproportionately stop minorities more than white motorists has been discussed for years. But now comes a new state study that examines another, related issue: How many of those stopped, of whatever race, are actually given tickets?...
  • Clinton deserves black vote

    Clinton deserves black vote
    Political pundits have wondered whether Hillary Clinton will enjoy the same enthusiastic support from the African-American community in her presidential bid that President Barack Obama received. Others have wondered whether she deserves it. After her...
  • CANNES WATCH: Portman eschews politics, Mara's fashion coup

    The first week of the Cannes Film Festival came to an end this weekend with plenty of buzz. Natalie Portman talked about why her new film in Israel is not political, there was an honor for Jane Fonda and a big deal for Tom Ford. And then there was also...