From Commentary, an article on I.F. Stone, Soviet agent — Case Closed; and Norman Podhoretz on how Obama's America might threaten Israel. How Jewish is the State of Israel? David Goldman wants to know. Running out of solutions: For Benny Morris the Israeli left isn't where it used to be. From Forward, do Jews have a Jesus problem? From Moby-Dick to Naked Lunch to Gravity’s Rainbow, bad eating makes for good reading. From Spiked, Tim Black on how to beat up chavs. The Politics of Superheroes: Want a map of the debates of the early 21st century? Watch a comic-book movie. It's a stew of man, bird, and pig — and Mike Davis warned about it four years ago; Scott McLemee catches up (and more). From TAP, Mark Schmitt on the Myth of 100 Days: To a transformational president, each day is a blessed opportunity, none more or less important than another. Sara Robinson on the Far Right's First 100 Days: Shifting into overdrive (and more). David Frum on how to rebuild the GOP. Jacob Wesiberg on why we're all complicit in torture. After the Great Recession: Obama discusses how his policies on schools, energy and health care might change daily life in America. Is America's system of graduate education really the Detroit of higher learning? Lee Iacocca on Chrysler's slide into bankruptcy.