As America grapples with a crisis of children on its southern border, another image from another time seems inescapable: that ship full of Jewish refugees off our shores as World War II approached. Continue reading
Today, as we watch the fracturing of Iraq, we would be wise to ask a different question: “How does one end a war?” The answer remains elusive, but Iraq is quickly becoming a case study in how not to do it. And unless we learn from this experience, Afghanistan could well be next. Continue reading
Hillary Clinton’s book roll-out the past few days has shown, as expected, that she still commands an army of rapturous fans, but the best news for her this week came from the completely unexpected: the defeat of Republican leader Eric Cantor.
Rarely has a GOP primary for a seat in the House of Representatives had such wide repercussions. For Clinton, they almost all run in her favor. Consider just three: Continue reading
McFarlin Auditorium, Southern Methodist University campus
New Jersey Performing Arts Center, Fairleigh Dickinson University