Wasn’t it the Nazis who supposedly were the world’s foremost book burners? For more on the Amazon book ban, see article here. Readers might also be interested in a commentary by Gilad Atzmon. Suffice to say, freedom of thought, the right to question history, the right to call for a boycott against Israel–all of these freedoms are under attack now. Something to keep in mind as we head into day two of the the AIPAC conference.
The American Israel Public Affairs Committee kicked off its annual policy conference in Washington this morning. A total of 32 members of Congress are scheduled to speak (full list below). One of them is Senator Ben Cardin, who this past Thursday, March 23, 2017–just three days before the conference was set to begin–introduced a bill in the Senate, S.720, designed apparently to deny his Maryland constituents the right to boycott Israel.
Filmmaker Jason Pollock
Millennials today have lived their entire lives in a culture
in which deprecatory remarks about whites are viewed as trendy and acceptable…
By Richard Edmondson
Whether the film “Stranger Fruit” was intended to inflame racial tensions in America, it likely will have that effect. The film rehashes events surrounding the 2014 shooting of African-American teen Michael Brown by a white police officer in Ferguson, Missouri, purportedly shedding new light on the case by means of previously unreleased video footage.
You run into the phenomenon time and time again: US Jews who favor open borders and unlimited immigration to America while at the same time supporting the apartheid state of Israel–a country which seeks to preserve its own ethno-religious purity even as it denies Palestinians the right of return. For hypocrisy it’s hard to top that.
Another Jewish cemetery has been vandalized. According to news reports, some 75-100 headstones were knocked over at the Mount Carmel cemetery in Philadelphia sometime either Saturday night or early Sunday morning.
Statue of Jesus vandalized at the Cottage Avenue Pentecostal Fellow Church, in Indianapolis, Indiana
Attacks against Jews…
Attacks against Christians…
Which Prompts VP to Action?
Two heinous acts of religious desecration occurred last weekend at two separate sites in two separate states. In response to one of these events, the vice president of the United States personally involved himself, making a trip to the scene to denounce what had happened and to assist in the cleanup.
A rather fascinating interview with Stephen Cohen, professor emeritus of Russian studies at Princeton University–fascinating, perhaps, as much for what is said as what is left unspoken.