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June 6, 1944, D-Day: The day that saved the world

The movies call D-Day “The Longest Day,” but a more apt description would be “The Day That Saved The World From Tyranny.” Op-ed.

June 6, 1944, D-Day: The day that saved the world

Reagan's would-be assassin freed after 41 years

John Hinkley spent most of his life in mental hospital, now determined to be in remission.

Reagan's would-be assassin freed after 41 years

John Hinckley, who shot Reagan, to get unconditional release

Judge announces that attempted Reagan assassin John Hinckley will be released from prison on June 15 after four decades behind bars.

John Hinckley, who shot Reagan, to get unconditional release

American politicians can learn from The Book Of Exodus

Today the people of America are slaves to political pettiness.Opinion.

American politicians can learn from The Book Of Exodus

Blast from the past: How President Reagan connected to Hanukkah

Watch: In a video circulating on the web these days President Reagan is seen at a Maryland JCC Menorah Lighting Ceremony.

Blast from the past: How President Reagan connected to Hanukkah

Bennett: Israel crushed Covid

Bennett exuberant over his success over the Delta variant, and aims to tackle climate change and the cold war.

Bennett: Israel crushed Covid

Man who attempted to assassinate Reagan released from jail

John Hinckley, who wounded former U.S. President Ronald Reagan and three others in a 1981 assassination attempt, to be released in June.

Man who attempted to assassinate Reagan released from jail

Watch: Biden plagiarizes Reagan, chides class for not clapping

The President berated his audience after a lackluster reaction to a line out of Ronald Reagan's speech.

Watch: Biden plagiarizes Reagan, chides class for not clapping

Reagan and Thatcher in the 1980s and Trump today

Reagan and Thatcher were loathed by the left, but history has vindicated them. Op-ed.

Reagan and Thatcher in the 1980s and Trump today

Pikuach Nefesh due to Corona wrongly bans Jewish gatherings

Drivng a car is more dangerous than gong to shul if you keep the rules. So why are the shuls still closed?

Pikuach Nefesh due to Corona wrongly bans Jewish gatherings

Reagan administration attorney Allan Gerson dies at 74

Allan Gerson, lawyer who helped bring Nazi war criminals to justice and made it easier for terror victims to sue governments, dies at 74.

Reagan administration attorney Allan Gerson dies at 74

Trump transition team member visiting Israel

Becky Norton Dunlop, a member of Donald Trump's transition team, spoke to Arutz Sheva about the new administrations approach to Israel.

Trump transition team member visiting Israel