The Questions we should be asking Donald Trump

Donald Trump is steamrolling his way to the Republican nomination for president of the United States. Well, he thought at the beginning of this process that he would “run the table” but that hasn’t happened. So, steamrolled might be the wrong description.  I am sure he would deny the “run the table” comment now, because…

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Difference between Trump and Cruz on Israel

If you are both an Israel supporter and supporter of Donald Trump then you need to read this article. While Ted Cruz and Donald Trump fight each other for the Republican nomination in July and while they are alike in many ways ideologically, there are some stark differences. One of those differences is of great…

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Movie Review: Wrong is Right

  The best movies about the future are those that are not intended to be futuristic.  The problem with that is the only way we would know how prophetic its genius is if we actually live in the future It is portraying so we can recognize it. This is the case with the rather obscure…

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The questions we should be asking Donald Trump

Donald Trump is steamrolling his way to the Republican nomination for president of the United States. Well, he thought at the beginning of this process that he would “run the table” but that hasn’t happened. So, steamrolled might be the wrong description.  I am sure he would deny the “run the table” comment now, because…

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Review: Start up Nation

“”””The two real fathers of Israeli hi-tech are the Arab boycott and Charles De Gaulle, because they forced on us the need to go and develop an industry.”””” ——-Yossi Vardi, owner of dozens of Israeli startups. “Start-up Nation” is the story of Israel that you generally don’t hear about unless you are part of it.…

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Review: Madam Secretary

  It’s no secret that Hollywood is a bastion of liberal, leftwing, sometimes Marxist and criminal ideas. Sean Penn interviewing “el Chapo,” Quentin Tarrentino calling for cops to be killed in support of Black lives matter, Penelope Cruz and Javier Vardem’s letter in 2014 calling Israel’s defensive actions genocide while jihadists reined thousands of rockets…

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The 35: Israel’s legend of The Alamo

    How did the mighty fall in battle- Samuel II 1:25 There are many stories of the creation of Israel that are left unknown to the general American public. The parallel to American history is sometimes strikingly similar. Both nations built on immigrants, both violently disconnected themselves from British imperialism, and both were completely…

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What is going on over at the Times of Israel?

I have been a registered blogger with the Times of Israel (TOI) since January 2015. I have enjoyed a good relationship with the editorial staff, publishing fourteen articles  in five months through May of this year. Most who regularly read my columns are aware that I am clearly an advocate for the State of Israel,…

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Israel no longer enjoys majority support from Democrats

Poll shows clearly, certain elitist anti Jewish elements in the Democratic Party  are finally starting to sprout fruit. Frank Luntz’s most recent poll on attitudes toward the State of Israel shows more than ever before a clear distinction between Democratic and Republican voters. A higher percentage of Democrats do not support Israel, while Republicans are…

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Review: My Italian Secret: The Forgotten Heroes

Although the Holocaust is fading as a personal experience, with survivors dying every day, its historical implications remains one of the seminal events in 20th century Western Civilization history. For us Jews especially, we cannot and will not ever forget. In the case of Italy this is best explained in a well  researched and well…

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