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Herb London
Herb London
Herbert I. London worked as the president of Hudson Institute and professor emeritus of New York University. He is the author of Decade of Denial (Lexington Books, 2001) and America's Secular Challenge (Encounter Books, 2008).


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Jan. 31, 2012 2:03 pm
December is the month of bowls, football bowls from sea to shining sea. Some of them with obscure names and others quite familiar such as the Cotton Bowl, the Rose Bowl and the Sugar Bowl. Christmas has become as much a football festival as a time for religious reflection and gift sharing. It is also a time for final exams with the winter semester coming to a close. But as I was thinking about...  Read More
Jan. 25, 2012 2:08 pm
While public opinion polls suggest a majority of Americans support President Obama’s foreign policy, it would seem most adherents are ignorant of the failures in almost every corner of the globe, from Iraq to Egypt, from the Hindu Kush to the Urals. One of the first blunders was to renounce the agreement with Poland and the Czech Republic on missile defense in order to satisfy Russian leaders....  Read More
Jan. 23, 2012 4:13 pm
Attempting to parse the often obtuse language in the New York Times has become an easier task than the past due, in no small part, to the transparently hostile view of Republicans and the consistently admiring stance towards President Obama. Let me cite an interesting example from the 12/25/11 Jodi Kantor profile of Mitt Romney during his Harvard Business School years. She wrote: "And unlike...  Read More
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