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Israel’s Constitutional Identity Crisis

Caroline Glick, A fight over the regulation of settlements becomes a fight over the character of Israel. Originally published by the Jerusalem Post.  Israel’s coalition crisis over the settlements regulation bill is not a normal power struggle between overweening politicians. It is not popularity contest between Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon and his Kulanu Party and

Criminal Hillary Clinton and Criminal Globalist Pal George Soros

Joy Overbeck,  There’s so much that’s shudder-worthy in Hillary’s illegal behavior and disastrous decisions around the world that her deep ties to her mentor, shady lawless billionaire mega-player Soros are being overlooked. Hillary and Soros have literally been as thick as thieves since before the first Clinton administration. The two share the same political passions:

What does the future hold for the International Criminal Court?

Brett D. Schaefer, For a certain kind of liberal internationalist, the International Criminal Court (ICC) is one of the world’s more noble innovations. Created by 1998 Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court and situated in The Hague, the ICC is charged with prosecuting war crimes, genocide, crimes against humanity, and aggression. Fourteen years after