Netanyahu Government Must Protect Israel from Wokism


Political philosopher and author Yoram Hazony joined me at the JNS.org studio in this week’s “Caroline Glick Show.” Hazony heads the National Conservatism Movement, which operates in the United States and Europe.  We discussed his new book, Conservatism: A Rediscovery, and its lessons for Israel. We went through the major thesis of the book, namely that liberal democracy has been subsumed into…

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Does the Israeli Left Protect Israel from the International Left?


Does the Israeli left protect Israel from international condemnation and prosecution? This has been the left’s key claim for more than a generation. From former Supreme Court President Aharon Barak to opposition leader Yair Lapid and his colleagues, to the last of Israel’s leftist reporters, commentators and activists, all major and minor operatives on the Israeli left have long insisted…

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A Pope for the Ages, and for the Jews


Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI, who passed away this week at the age of 95, was a historically significant figure for many reasons: He was the first pope in six centuries to retire, rather than die in office. He was the first German pope in postwar history. He was also a friend of the Jews. To be sure, Benedict’s restoration of…

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Where the Netanyahu Government Differs from its Predecessors


With the swearing-in of the latest Netanyahu government, Israel will embark on a new course in foreign policy—and just in time. For the past year-and-a-half of the Bennett-Lapid-Gantz government, Israel’s foreign policy ceased to be independent. In the days and weeks before Naftali Bennett, Yair Lapid and Benny Gantz formed their coalition, they committed themselves to a policy of “no…

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Jason Greenblatt: The “Two State Solution” is Meaningless


This week’s show is really two shows. I had a lot to say about the progressive commissars on campuses and the campaign to erase Jewish identity on U.S college campuses in an act of Hellenistic (or Communist) anti-Semitic persecution. And the first half hour of the show are comprised of my remarks on the subject. Beginning around a half hour…

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Hanukkah and the New Imperialist Assault on Judaism


 Ahead of Hanukkah, two students at Colgate University in New York vandalized a campus menorah. When they were caught, they explained that they didn’t mean it. They were just drunk. The incident at Colgate isn’t a big story in and of itself, because anti-Jewish incidents on campuses happen every day, all over the United States. However, the explanation the students…

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DEBATE: Does the Supreme Court have Too Much Power?


The incoming Netanyahu government’s intention to enact reforms of the legal systems to limit the powers of the Supreme Court has stirred up a lot of controversies. In this week’s episode of the “Caroline Glick Show,” I hosted a debate between two eminent jurists – Harvard’s Professor Alan Dershowitz and Bar Ilan’s Professor Avi Bell. While the two law professors disagree about the scope of…

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Ayman Odeh and Coalitions of Hate


On Dec. 9, MK Ayman Odeh met in New York with U.N. Secretary General Antonio Guterres. The meeting was arranged by the PLO’s mission to the U.N. Odeh heads the Hadash Party and is a co-leader of the five-member Joint Arab List Knesset faction, along with MK Ahmed Tibi. During the course of their meeting, Odeh reportedly delivered a petition…

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The Women’s Revolution in Iran


The revolution underway in Iran is unique in history as it was instigated by women. To discuss this unique event, this week, my friend, exiled Iranian journalist and researcher Banafsheh Zand joined me on this week’s episode of the Caroline Glick Show. Zand’s father was killed by the regime during his incarceration in 2006. Her mother is a leading Iranian…

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Lapid and Colleagues Incite A Civil War


Outgoing Prime Minister Yair Lapid has never been a high-minded politician. During his five months in power as caretaker prime minister, he tried to get the only non-leftist television station in the country thrown off the air. He called his political opponents and their voters “s**ts,” and “forces of darkness,” who have no right to exercise their legal right to…

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