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Arnold Steinberg, a contributing editor to The American Spectator, is the author of WHIPLASH! From JFK to Donald Trump — A Political Odyssey. A political strategist with wide-ranging expertise, especially in public policy and campaigns, he has authored classic graduate school texts on politics and media.

ARTICLES BY: Arnold Steinberg

December 22, 2017 9:24 am

Trump Was Right to Pardon Rubashkin

Somewhat more than two months ago, I explained in some detail why President Donald Trump should pardon Sholom Rubashkin. Indeed, President Trump’s just-announced commutation (an exoneration, as...

September 29, 2017 10:15 am

A Pardon for Sholom Rubashkin

On June 20, 2010, federal judge Linda R. Reade of Iowa’s Northern District fined Sholom Mordechai Rubashkin $27 million and sentenced him to 27 years...


The Integration Between Israeli and American Jews in New Jersey

JNS.org - Rather than a classroom setting, New Jersey middle and high school students participating in the Israeli-American Council’s (IAC)...

Senior US Police and Public Safety Officials Boost Skills in Israel

JNS.org - After two intensive weeks of public-safety leadership training with Israel’s top police...

IDF Cyber Defenders Prepare Their Responses to the ‘Unknown Threat’

JNS.org - The Israel Defense Forces' cyber defenders are preparing to deal with future...


Russian Establishment Chalks Up Trump Summit as a Win for Putin

Russia's political and media establishment heralded talks between the Russian and US leaders in Helsinki as a victory for Vladimir Putin in breaking down Western resolve to treat Russia as...


Israeli Lawmakers Vote to Ban Some Left-Wing Groups From Schools

Israel's parliament passed a law on Tuesday that could see groups critical of government policies toward the Palestinians banned from entering Israeli schools and speaking with pupils. Critics of the law,...

Middle East

World’s Oldest Bread Found at Prehistoric Site in Jordan

Charred remains of a flatbread baked about 14,500 years ago in a stone fireplace at a site in northeastern Jordan have given researchers a delectable surprise: people began making bread,...