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Shalala Hasanova
by | Feb 15, 2017

Foreword: Nagorno-Karabakh: The Long Frozen Conflict and the World It Affects, by Jason Katz Azerbaijan and Armenia have been locked in a “frozen conflict” for a half century with no peaceful resolution in sight. This conflict, were it to turn…

by | Sep 9, 2013

Sometimes, I wonder why I bother to read Time magazine. Then a rare gem surfaces that makes the drudgery of leafing through each issue worth it. Or at least, almost worth it. Time’s August 12 cover story is a case…

by | Jul 26, 2013

Following in the footsteps of states like Texas, North Carolina is on the verge of enacting critical new pro-life policies that likely will result in the closure of abortion clinics in the state. In one omnibus bill, the state legislature…

by | Jul 8, 2013

I hope that the pro-abortion movement follows Beth Matusoff Merfish’s advice in this column appearing in The New York Times — because doing so will cement the declining fortunes of the pro-abortion crowd. Merfish writes about the shame and secrecy…

by | Apr 11, 2013

One of the best indicators of media bias isn’t how an outlet chooses to portray a story, but whether they choose to run the story at all. A good example is the Kermit Gosnell trial in Philadelphia. Journalists are ignoring…

by | Mar 28, 2013

I rub elbows with libertarians (note the lower-case “l,” signifying a political philosophy rather than political party) quite frequently. Their most common rejoinder to the traditional conservative argument (that marriage should be recognized for what it is — between one…

by | Feb 20, 2013

Establishment Republicans warn that the GOP must abandon social issues to cope with new political realities, but they forget the shifting tide on perhaps the most prominent social issue of our time: abortion. D Magazine, a periodical out of Dallas, has…

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