If Jabotinsky were here today, what would he say?
That keeping to the middle of the road only makes us vulnerable to being hit.
We must choose.
There is a time to lie low and a time to fight, and the time for the latter is now.
The alternative is to surrender and let evil prevail.
God has been on our side through the ages, and He is with us now.

Introductory Handgun Training – Thursday, May 28, 2015 | 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

“We can either live in a paranoid politically correct world frantically trying not to offend the Hitlers and Mohammeds, and blaming their victims when they kill, or we can be free men and women who have chosen to take the
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Days of Age: Bill Ayers and the Legacy of the 1960s Radicals and Bombers in Education with Mary Grabar, May 7

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In addition to Bill Ayers, we now learn that expert bomb-setter for the Weatherman terrorist group, Ronald Fliegelman, also enjoyed a long career as a teacher and molder of young minds. Many might say, “Good for them: they’ve done something
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Gustavo Perednik: Who Killed the Prosecutor? The Argentine Coverup

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One month ago, Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman was murdered, just a few hours before he was due to expose the complicity of the Argentine government with Iran in a joint attempt to cover up Iran’s guilt for a mega terrorist
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How to Fight Anti-Semitism on Campus


Advice for today’s Jewish college students: build and affirm, don’t plead and apologize. During the fall of 2005—my sophomore year at Columbia—I took a lecture course on the history of the Middle East taught by a then untenured professor named Joseph Massad. One
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Legitimizing Censorship: ‘Islamophobia Studies’ at Berkeley


“Islamophobia studies” is the latest addition to the academic pantheon of politicized, esoteric, and divisive “studies” whose purpose is to censor criticism of differing views by stigmatizing critics as racist or clinically insane. The University of California, Berkeley’s recent Sixth
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ISIS executes Syria civilians, including nine children, in advance on ancient Palmyra

The ancient city of Palmyra in central Syria. -- PHOTO: EPA

BEIRUT (AFP) – Extremists from the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) militant group executed at least 23 civilians on Friday as they advanced towards Syria’s ancient desert metropolis of Palmyra, a monitoring group said. The Syrian Observatory for
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  • Prohibiting Firearms for Political Profit

    Politicians make political profit by passing ineffective laws.  I study firearms laws, so that is where I noticed it first.  When it comes to violence in our society, a politician doesn’t need to actually improve things with their legislation.  In
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  • How to Cure a Flinch

    We’ve all done it. Mysteriously misplaced holes appear in the target. The holes are low, below the bullseye, and usually fall left of the centerline. What in the world could cause that? A flinch. A flinch happens when your muscles
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  • Court Rules Firearm Possession is Not Probable Cause for Detention

    SOTG 176 – Court Rules Firearm Possession is Not Probable Cause for Detention Hold on to your hats, two separate courts ruled in favor of gun owners and firearms possession. The first case has to do with open carry and
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Doris Wise Montrose, Founder of Jews Can Shoot, Talks About the Organizational Mission


Conference Call with Yossi Kuperwasser


With the deadline for a framework agreement with Iran fast approaching, TIP held a conference call with Brig.-Gen. (ret.) Yossi Kuperwasser, Former Director General of the Israeli Ministry of Strategic Affairs (2011-2014) ABOUT THE SPEAKER: Brigadier-General (ret.) Yossi Kuperwasser was
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PODCAST: European Jews in Danger Again: Amending the Immigration Act for Jews Wanting to Emigrate to America

Desecrated Jewish Graves in France