The transcript of Ron Radosh's speech honoring the The New Republic's Israel-basher.
Why such a focus on the Holocaust when looking back at WWII? “The Jewish domination of the media,” says Stone. (And also read Ed Driscoll: "And Now, a Few Words from Oliver Stone.")
Could the isolationist right and the Stalinist left forge an alliance over our Afghanistan policy?
In another week, the Russian spy swap will be yesterday’s news. But time is needed to gauge their actual impact, particularly as recruiters for potentially more dangerous spies.
This is a throwback to the 60s and 70s, when the Soviet regime swapped unwanted dissidents who were creating political turmoil at home with actual Soviet spies operating in the West.
Boris and Natasha: the Next Generation: Meet the "mysterious flavorful conversationalist" and the "femme fatale" with "the Victoria's Secret body."
The new Russian intelligence agency plays some old tricks once again; old goals live on.
About what you'd expect from the likes of Stone, a virtual know-nothing who uses his celebrity and acclaim as a director to spew out hatred for the country that has made him wealthy and influential.
The Nation magazine spent the previous decade with a strong case of Bush Derangement Syndrome. The initials remain the same for their newest obsession: boycott, divestment, and sanctions against Israel.
What happens in the decadent capitalist city of Las Vegas, stays in the decadent capitalist city of Las Vegas, comrade.
I have a simple question to ask: would the Nation or the New Yorker print an article by a conservative who sharply criticizes a book by a liberal writer they all revere?
Bragg is a British leftie who considers himself someone in the tradition of both Woody Guthrie and Bob Dylan. When he wrote his ode to Corrie back in 2006, he proved himself instead to be anything but a singer who gets what Bob Dylan is all about.
There is no excuse for the various left-wing and liberal commentators who have seized the moment to find new reasons to bash Israel and portray it as the aggressor.
You can learn a lot about a man by his choice of heroes.
Sound anti-communist labor history, not the second coming of Van Jones, and something Kagan has a right to still be proud of.
While properly acknowledging the evils of the Soviet Union, did a City Journal author overstate the lack of Soviet-era documents to scholars in a new article? Update: City Journal's Claire Berlinski responds to Radosh. Radosh rebuts Berlinski, reprinting lengthy correspondence from a pair of fellow historians. Start here, follow the links.
Ronald Radosh has been called many names in the past, including "counter-revolutionary" and "traitor to the left." But Andrew Sullivan comes up with a new charge: “pro-Israel fanatic.” Somehow, he'll manage to live with this.
Liberals such as Andrew Sullivan, Alan Dershowitz, Jonathan Chait, and Matthew Yglesias have recently made former South African Justice Richard Goldstone a controversial figure to say the least. Ronald Radosh was on the case months ago at PJM documenting Goldstone's support of apartheid, as he writes today.
Just because the White House is attempting to reassure American Jewish leaders doesn't mean that they've actually softened their tough anti-Israeli policy.
For a while, John Mearsheimer tried to pretend he was a friend of Israel trying to save the country from itself. These days though, he sounds much like Pat Buchanan, or Charles Lindbergh during his America First era.
Half a century places England's version of radical chic into sharp perspective.
Come for the McCarthy references, stay for the comparison of the tea parties morphing into FDR's internment of Japanese-Americans in World War II. "We are right now in a time that is going to dwarf the era of Jim Crow and segregation," Lewis sagely opines in a new video.