The Catalans, the Scots, the Basque... it seems that all Europe wants to go it ownw ay.
Israel's Jews should be able to point the Arabs to the San Remo conference and stop trying to defend the Balfour Declaration.
We in America are permitting confused youths to be used as guinea pigs in medical procedures that mutilate the anatomy and flood the body with potentially damaging hormones.
Hollywood media moguls are intent on preserving a dying business model. Worse yet, they expect technology companies to provide the technical expertise to protect their quasi-monopoly.
The problem is not so much who owns the land but what to do with the Arabs on that land.
As Europe reignites with separatism, as the British exit the EU, Quebec will, in a typical example of Gallic contrarianism, do the opposite, and probably finally settle down into accepting the Canadian federation.
Spain is fascinating because it is not a country, but at least five countries, possibly more.
Next year will be the anniversary of a number of major historical events concerning religion and the Mideast: 500, 120, 100, 70, 50, and 40 – top-heavy with religious, historical, and/or Zionist implications.
Israel is upset that France will be requiring goods and produce made by Israelis in the Judean and Samarian (West Bank) areas to be labeled as such, not as products of Israel.
If there is one thing that President-Elect Trump may do right, it is apply some Realpolitik to the Mideast. It may be the only possible way to deal with the matter.