In the wake of the murder of three outside of a Jewish community center in Kansas City, Kansas over the weekend, Harvard University Law School professor Alan Dershowitz noted that the extreme anti-Semitism is one of the few views the far-left and the far-right in America share.
Matt Berkman says attacks on Alan Dershowitz last week by the rightwing donor base of the pro-Israel community show that the left side of Jewish life is leaving Israel support entirely, while the right side grows ever more intolerant and extreme
Photo taken in Sulaymaniyah's Torture Museum in Iraq by Orlando Crowcroft Retired Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz once wrote that “all forms of torture are widespread among nations that have signed treaties prohibiting torture.” Italy is no exception. Show More Summary
On CNN Monday night, Alan Dershowitz wasted no time in criticizing the CNN reporter in the segment before him for her legal analysis, saying she "couldn't have been more incorrect."
Alan Dershowitz warned that “prosecutorial ineptitude” may lead Angela Corey to appeal Dunn's convictions which could result their being overturned.
Alan Dershowitz and Charles Bronfman and Michael Adler, Israel right-or-wrong guys, sign up with liberals Roly Matalon and Neil Barsky on a letter urging Netanyahu to go along with Kerry's framework. Zionism is in crisis, and the liberals and rightwingers are putting aside their differences.
Today we learned that the U.S. wants to target another American citizen with a drone attack who they say is a terrorist: An American citizen who is a member of al-Qaeda is actively planning attacks against Americans overseas, U.S. officials...Show More Summary
On Friday, Todd Beamon, writing for Newsmax, reported: Alan Dershowitz told Newsmax on Friday "the dominoes are beginning to fall" in the spiraling bridge-gate scandal engulfing New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, and said "I think he hasn't told the whole truth and is in trouble." "The U.S. Show More Summary
Famed liberal Harvard Law School professor Alan Dershowitz joined other legal experts in slamming the Obama administration for targeting conservative filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza for campaign finance law violations. “This is clearly a case...Show More Summary
Alan Dershowitz may be phasing out his days as a Harvard law professor. But that doesn't mean he's stepping off the pedestal. His latest topic of concern: Dinesh D'Souza.
"If they went after everyone who did this, there would be no room in jails for murderers," says Alan Dershowitz (about the prosecution of Dinesh D'Souza).The Justice Department's tactics remind Dershowitz of the words of Stalin's secret...Show More Summary
Lawyer Alan Dershowitz says New Jersey Governor Chris Christie could be held liable for the death of a 91-year-old woman who possibly died because of traffic tie-ups when the state purposely messed up traffic patterns. Dershowitz said that prosecutors could hold Christie liable for “willful negligence” and recommended that he be prosecuted in New York […]
Lawyer and Harvard Law School professor Alan Dershowitz appeared on CNN on Thursday where he insisted that New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie could be held criminally liable for the death of a 91-year-old woman who passed away after being caught in traffic resulting from the closure of two lanes on the George Washington Bridge in 2013. Show More Summary
Noted defense attorney, legal scholar and liberal Democrat Alan Dershowitz has concluded that New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie "may well be liable for the damage caused by the lane closures on the George Washington Bridge" under "existing...Show More Summary
Anyone reading Joan Peters’s From Time Immemorial or its fetid progeny, Alan Dershowitz’s The Case for Israel, will find Mark Twain’s Innocents Abroad invoked as evidence for the claim that there weren’t many or any Palestinians in Palestine. What isn’t so well known is Twain’s hilarious satire of Christian and Jewish Zionism in Tom Sawyer Abroad (1894).
According to an interview with the Jerusalem Post, Alan Dershowitz has stepped down from Harvard University because he genuinely wants to spend more time with that which he loves most of all: the State of Israel.
Attorney and Harvard law Professor Alan Dershowitz slammed Edward Snowden for revealing what he did and defended our right to spy on other countries, including our allies. In particular, Dershwoitz slammed Snowden for bringing to light the agency’s surveillance activities against other countries, saying they “raise some questions, but [were] not unconstitutional. “We have an […]
During an appearance on MSNBC Thursday, Alan Dershowitz confronted Washington Post journalist Barton Gellman, one of the few doing expansive reporting on the NSA, over the individuals acting on Snowden's behalf by exposing these programs in their reporting.