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  • White House tour unlocks the secrets of the West Wing [Commentary]

    White House tour unlocks the secrets of the West Wing [Commentary]
    I am here to report that the White House Oval Office is not an abstraction. It's a real place. And that President Obama keeps a bowl of fresh apples on the coffee table for guests to partake of. By the way, the room is not nearly as spacious or as grandiose as I had originally thought. And the hallways at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. are narrow enough to leave visitors, this one included, with a touch of claustrophobia.
  • Helen Thomas was a journalist who wasn't afraid to speak up for Palestinians' rights

    Helen Thomas was a journalist who wasn't afraid to speak up for Palestinians' rights
    Letter writer Jerry Levin's assessment of the journalist Helen Thomas as a "hateful old bigot" because she dared to criticize Israel's treatment of the Palestinians could not be further from the truth ("Helen Thomas was a path breaker — but also a...

    Helen Thomas' Arab ancestry was no excuse for her anti-Semitic views

    Helen Thomas' Arab ancestry was no excuse for her anti-Semitic views
    Susan Reimer's column about pioneering female journalist Helen Thomas makes light of Ms. Thomas' vicious comments about Jews that ended her career ("Helen Thomas opened journalism for women," July 25). Ms. Thomas' views were not simply "intemperate" and...

    Concert, mitzvot pay tribute to murdered teens

    Since the news broke on June 30 that the three Israeli teenagers (Naftali Frenkel, 16, Gilaad Sha'ar, 16, and Eyal Yifrach, 19) kidnapped by Hamas terrorists on June 12 were murdered, it has become harder and harder to imagine peace ever coming to the...