Tuesday, April 28, 2015 Iyyar 9, 5775
GOP veep pick's speech reignites culture wars and sets liberals' teeth on edge
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Jonathan S. Tobin
One of the most intriguing episodes of American political history, and one with particular resonance for observers of this year's presidential race, took place at the Democratic National Convention in 1896. At that time, the Democrats were split between supporters of the policies of outgoing conservative incumbent President Grover Cleveland and the party's left wing, known to history as the...
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Free Speech Obviously Extends to Islamists But Not to Their Critics Columnist Clifford D. May writes in www.Townhall.com on Sept. 4 about the drive to restrict free speech about radical Islam: "In Europe, free speech may end with neither a bang nor a whimper -- but with a lawyerly assist. "It was three years ago this month that the Danish...
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Media Clippings The world, especially in all of its particulars, continues to evolve rapidly these days. As print journalism struggles for survival in the United States, it seems that, in India, magazines are thriving, and especially lifestyle magazine with high-end design and content. And why shouldn't that be so? It makes perfect sense in our constantly shifting landscape. India's economy...
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Media Clippings When the immensely successful director Sydney Pollack died at age 73 of cancer several months ago, there was an outpouring of praise for him as an artist and a person. I read a lot of the pieces, but just caught up with one of the best, thanks to a colleague who passed on the June 9 issue of...
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The fate of the electronic book and its effect on publishing was the subject of yet another article in the Arts section of The New York Times . Reporter Edward Wyatt began by asking "Is the electronic book approaching the tipping point?" This was a topic, he wrote, that both "energized and unnerved" people attending BookExpo America out in Los...
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