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Abraham H. Miller
Abraham H. Miller
Emeritus Professor, University of Cincinnati
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      Abraham H. Miller

      Abraham H. Miller is an emeritus professor of political science at the University of Cincinnati. He also was a faculty member at the University of California, Davis and the University of Illinois, Urbana.

The Red Scare, Then And Now

1:22 PM 07/17/2017

I haven’t been this concerned about my Russian heritage since my elementary school teacher, “Mrs. M,” after meeting my mother at PTA night, asked me, “Is your mother from Russia?” It was as if Sen. Joseph McCarthy just asked me if I had ever been a card-carrying member of the Communist Party.

‘Tis The Season Of Anti-Semitism

3:42 PM 05/16/2017

It’s been a good season for anti-Semites. Jewish students graduating CUNY will have as their last memory of the school some inspiring words from professional anti-Semite Linda Sarsour, who believes a Jewish homeland has no place in the community of nations, Sharia should be law, and Zionist women cannot be feminists.

Milwaukee Burning: Just The Beginning

11:19 AM 08/15/2016

Few things in politics are predictable, but one thing is certain:  Any police shooting of a fleeing black man, even if he is carrying a gun, will likely trigger a demonstration, if not a riot.

JVP Standing In The Jewish Community Rivals Hamas And The KKK

2:45 PM 06/28/2016

“I’m Jewish, and I want people to boycott Israel,” pens Rebecca Vilkomerson, in the Washington “Post Everything” column of the WaPo on June 24. Vilkomerson is the executive director of Jewish Voice for Peace, an organization that is neither a voice for peace nor Jewish except when Jewish traditions can be manipulated to support the Palestinian cause.

The Allure Of Radical Islam

4:54 PM 05/05/2016

The Aryan superman was as blond as Hitler, as tall as the dwarf Goebbels, and as slim as the corpulent Goering. That these three clowns could get the German people to deny what was before their eyes and embrace an ideology of racial superiority that its proponents’ very physical presence contradicted is still one of the great mysteries of history.

Prince Talal And The Future Of The Middle East

10:45 AM 11/03/2015

Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin was a military hero whose death is commemorated by Israelis of all political stripes. If Rabin had survived he would have found a way to make peace, observed President Bill Clinton. Even those who disagreed with Rabin’s policies had no doubt that his unswerving goal was to create a peace between the Arabs and Israelis that would end the senseless bloodshed on both sides and forge a new economic alliance providing a better future for both Israelis and Palestinians.

The Administration Says The Paris Attack Is A War On Civilization, But Which Side Is It On?

10:16 AM 01/08/2015

The terrifying and brutal attack in Paris on the French satirical newspaper, Charlie Hebdo, reminds us that the West is in a struggle between the savage and civilization. Whether the perpetrators are caught or not, the attack will have its desired effect. It will intimidate the next set of journalists who think about writing about Islam in a way that is not acceptable to a significant portion of the Muslim community that does not share the Western ideal of the free marketplace of ideas.

Rosie O’Donnell’s Anti-Israel ‘Art’ Is Just The Latest In A Lifetime Of Lunacy

5:36 PM 12/15/2014

Celebrity and television personality Rosie O’Donnell is no stranger to controversy. Some of her opinions are so outrageous that it is difficult to discern whether they’re a manifestation of a profound and cultivated ignorance, or a calculated and misleading attempt to keep her visage before the public. The shame, however, is somewhat less O’Donnell’s than her admirers, who are willing to believe the drivel she broadcasts.

J Street’s Loss Is George Soros’s Loss

12:09 PM 05/06/2014

The anti-Zionist Zionists, J Street, lost its bid to become a member of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations. The prestigious and influential group said no to George Soros’s fifth-column attempt to gain admission to the Jewish community’s big tent. Even some liberal Jews, despite their mantras of inclusion and outreach, showed they still understood the difference between tolerance and self-inflicted sabotage.