Yet another shining example of clueless government health care bureaucrats in action.
A UK court declares that a Jewish school's faith-based admissions criteria violate anti-racism laws.
A UK charity holds an anti-Israel event and bans a Jewish activist from attending.
The magazine urges readers to stop worrying and learn to love the multicultural utopia.
The magazine's fawning interview with the president is a disgrace, even by mainstream media standards.
Once again, the mainstream press gets distracted from a truly important story at the worst possible time.
Other entertainers accomplished far more and overcame larger racial barriers — long before Jackson hit the stage.
No, not Pelosi. But if Britain can get rid of its disgraced speaker, America can do the same.
Sixty-five years later, the emotional scars remain.
Why would we want to flatter backward nations whose attitudes to women and to religious minorities are medieval?
On this anniversary of D-Day, let us pledge to never forget those who gave everything for our freedom.
Some in the creative community have had enough of anti-Jewish plays and anti-Israeli boycotts.
British leaders got taxpayer-funded reimbursements for everything from dog food to mortgages.
The National Union of Journalists' participation in an upcoming anti-Israel rally is all the proof of media bias you'll ever need.
Is it really "defamation" for a government official to point out a radical's radicalism?
You don't have to agree with controversial radio personality Michael Savage to question the logic of banning him from the UK.
Last month's terror raid in the UK may have been botched, but it highlighted a growing threat.
In some pundits' fevered imaginings, this shows that Auntie Beeb has fallen into the grip of the Zionists.
The true story of a capitalist life bringing nothing but anguish.
With a founder who is pro-Israel and a symbol of globalization, Starbucks was bound to attract the haters.
Left-wing artists and entertainers are rewriting the past to paint America and Israel in the worst possible light.
If you enjoy hatred, you'll love the website of the Muslim Public Affairs Committee UK.
As terrorists plot more attacks, British police are busy probing a British intelligence agency.
As the media fawns over pop culture icons, an author remembers the flying ace who introduced her to the Spitfire Girls.
The world needs to switch its paranoia mechanism away from Israel to the turbulent tinderbox that is Pakistan.