President Bush Ambushed by Malicious ‘Comedian’ at Correspondents’ Dinner

Revulsion is the emotion that best describes the feeling I and others felt while watching a malicious comedian blindside George Bush with unrelenting attacks. The President and Mrs. Bush, bowing to protocol, endured a nauseating barrage at the annual Correspondents’ Dinner this past Saturday night at the star-studded event of 2,700 at the Washington Hilton. […]

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Beware of More “Tookie-ism” and Tokenism

Two capital punishment executions took place in America within the same week. John Nixon, an uncelebrated white man with no political cause, was given a lethal injection in Mississippi, and no one came. Not Hollywood, not Jesse and Al, nor the liberal, politically correct sermonizers. Nixon founded no gangs and wrote no so-called children’s books. […]

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This American Rabbi Values Christmas

It is once again Holiday Season, so the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is back working the courts as the Grinch to steal Christmas. Not content with dismantling from public venues evocative and inspiring nativity scenes, the ACLU is determined to eradicate altogether any public reference to Christmas as an American holiday. In Covington, Ga., […]

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In Katrina I Didn’t See Racism, I Saw Brotherhood

In New Orleans, beginning Tuesday morning, I saw men in helicopters risking their lives to save stranded flood victims from rooftops. The rescuers were White, the stranded Black. I saw Caucasians navigating their small, private boats in violent, swirling, toxic floodwaters to find fellow citizens trapped in their houses. Those they saved were Black. I […]

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Judeo-Christianity Girds America

Even before the United States formally declared itself a nation, it resonated and inhered exceptional national characteristics: liberty; individualism; capitalism; opportunity; productivity; strong institutions; stability. This instantaneous greatness bespoke a founding ethos, something concrete, not something haphazardly evolved. It is the “something” that makes America unique, so capable and workable. The guiding ethos upon which […]

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It’s Not the Iraq War, It’s Culture War

Though only a handful of individuals among the 135,000 American soldiers stationed in Iraq participated in the Abu Ghraib incident, the accusatory howls from domestic “humanitarian” groups indicted our entire army and Defense Department establishment. Any objective observer would concede that when measured against normative civilian misbehavior the misconduct of ten out of 135,000 is […]

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