Ira Stoll

Ira Stoll is the author of JFK, Conservative and Samuel Adams: A Life. He is also the editor of and a columnist for the Las Vegas Review-Journal and for the Algemeiner. He lives in Boston.

Items by Ira Stoll

Cuomo Scholarship Turns Golden Door Into Golden Handcuffs

Secret Behind McConnell Gorsuch Victory? Shrug Off Liberal Hysteria

Why Trump Isn’t All Washed Up — A Lesson from Baseball

The Cure For Trump-Related News Blues

Trump Budget Cuts: Real or ‘Reality’ Show?

What’s A Fired Prosecutor To Do?

Could Federal Probe of New York City Mayor Lead To Chuck Schumer?

A Liberal Case Against Leaks

Platinum Partners Case Is Latest Prosecutorial Overreach

Trump Faces Foreign Policy Choices on Eve of Netanyahu Visit

FBI’s Insider Trading Strategist Faces Criminal Inquiry Over Leaks to Press

How Obama Caused the Trump Refugee Debacle

The Problem With Block Grants

Donald Trump’s Worst Idea

Not All Interests Are Conflicts

Treaty Can Repair U.S.-Israel Relationship

Battle To Watch: Trump Versus the “We Bes”

Is an ad for breast implants the answer to post-election healthcare panic?

Presidential Panic

Call it the Jonathan Gruber election

“President Hillary Clinton” just may find herself missing Justice Scalia

Hillary Clinton: Sinner or saint?

Rosh Hashanah, self-examination and a presidential election year

Does this feel like peace and prosperity to you?

Trump supporters to Washington: ‘You’re fired.’

Bloomberg does Clinton no favors with endorsement

Five ways to improve economic growth

Trump v. Amazon

The Left lacks solutions to terrorism

Johnson-Weld ticket could close deal with better foreign policy answers

Free trade, taxes and the closure of a Maine paper mill

The most important woman in the history of Massachusetts?

Do our leaders have the political will to fight ISIS?

Yale should follow GE to Boston

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