FWIW, the Wikipedia entry for Barbara Walters gives lots of information about her love life.
Walters has been married four times, to three different men. (How is this possible? She married Merv Adelson, her third husband, then divorced him, then remarried him, then re-divorced him.)
In her autobiography, Audition, Barbara Walters mentions an affairs that she had with Edward Brooke, then a married US Senator from Massachusetts in the 1970's.
Walters has also been romantically linked with U. S. Senator John Warner in the 1990's.
In 2007 she dated Pulitzer Prize-winning gerontologist Robert Neil Butler. Walters was only 78 at the time.
In conclusion, Barbara Walters seems to have enjoyed a rich and rewarding love life. No stability, but hey, girls just wanna have fun.
And I for once I agree with the famous quote from A. M. Rosenthal about journalist ethics and sleeping with your sources.
Instead of saying that the American Jewish Establishment is "terrified by Palestinians," it might be more accurate to say they are terrified by the possibility that the wretched Palestinians might gain support at the expense of Israel. And of course they're rational to be terrified, because the Palestinians are gaining support, at Israel's expense. Even though many Palestinian leaders are jailed by Israel.
Actually, the Palestinian cause is already supported worldwide, not just in the Arab world, judging by votes in the UN.
You mentioned David Frum, who used to be a somewhat important neoconservative. His claim to fame was inventing the phrase "axis of evil", meaning three countries (Iran, Iraq and North Korea)
N Korea had nothing to do with either of the other two, and Iran and Iraq had recent waged a very bloody war. Yet Frum's phrase was incorporated in G W Bush's speeches.
I see From has recently become disillusioned with Republicans and conservatives, and idiots.
But I repeat myself.