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The Dwindling Fed
New York Sun  |  May 13, 2014
Excerpt: The Federal Reserve, for the first time in its 100-year history, is on the verge of operating with just three governors, the New York Times is reporting this morning. It says that the “dwindling of its board” is “straining the Fed’s ability to manage ...

Obama and Herzl
New York Sun  |  March 19, 2013
Excerpt: An ideal, if imaginary, day for President Obama in Israel is being sketched by Jeffrey Goldberg at the Atlantic. He dreams of the world’s most powerful leader taking a room at the American Colony Hotel in the eastern, Arab part of Jerusalem, where he ...

United Nations Rolls Out the Red Carpet To Fete New Anti-Israel Movie
New York Sun  |  March 13, 2011
Excerpt: UNITED NATIONS – The General Assembly, for the first time, will attempt tomorrow evening to morph itself into Hollywood, conducting a red-carpet premiere event that will see diplomats mingling with film stars and cinema moguls – and, in the process ...

U.N. Seeks Obama’s Attendance at ‘Durban III’ on 10th Anniversary of 9/11
New York Sun  |  November 24, 2010
Excerpt: UNITED NATIONS – If the majority here gets its way, President Obama may attend next year an event celebrating a decade of verbal anti-Israel attacks at the same time that most Americans commemorate the tenth anniversary of the deadliest terrorist ...

UN Default on Korea Spells Trouble in Lebanon
New York Sun  |  July 15, 2010
Excerpt: UNITED NATIONS — Responding to combative provocations with meek diplomacy, the West is allowing North Korea and Iran to further arm themselves and their proxy armies, risking a much more serious military confrontation in the next rounds. Meeting the ...

Thinking of Robert Stethem
New York Sun  |  June 13, 2010
Excerpt: Robert Dean Stethem is the first person we thought of when news came over the wires of the arrest in Poland of a man the Associated Press characterizes as an alleged Mossad spy, who is sought by Germany in the case of the terrorist who allegedly was ...

Turkey’s Next Move Will Be To Marshal Sentiment Against Israel at United Nations
New York Sun  |  May 31, 2010
Excerpt: UNITED NATIONS – After initiating and aiding a provocation that resulted in the deaths of at least ten of its citizens, Turkey will next move to marshal world opinion and attempt to harness it to promote Prime Minister Erdogan’s regional goals, which ...

Killings of Egypt’s Christians Escalate In Ghastly Slaughter Nearly Ignored in the West
New York Sun  |  May 19, 2010
Excerpt: At 11:30 p.m. on January 6, the Orthodox Christmas for millions of Egyptian Christians, gunshots rang from a drive-by car, killing 7 parishioners exiting evening mass. The Nagaa Hamadi Church Massacre, as it became known, left 26 seriously injured in ...

Dwight David Obama: President Is Likened To Eisenhower
New York Sun  |  April 7, 2010
Excerpt: NEW YORK — The latest prediction from the Arab World is that President Obama shall transmogrify into a new Eisenhower, an American president who will ‘’force’’ Israel to withdraw from the West Bank as Eisenhower ‘’forced’’ the Britain, France, and ...

American Credibility at Stake In Showdown Over East Jerusalem Construction
New York Sun  |  March 16, 2010
Excerpt: What is at stake is American credibility and American honor. Four months ago, Israel and the United States concluded compromise that neither government was particularly happy about: Israel reluctantly agreed to suspend all new construction in the West Bank for nearly a year, and the U.S. reluctantly accepted Israel’s refusal to do the same in Jerusalem. Now, America has reneged on its word. ...