As far as we know, the person who attended CPAC after becoming infected with Coronavirus passed his infection to no one while he was there. It nonetheless made for interesting times — for Senator Ted Cruz, who went into self-quarantine, and for… me.
Although opponents claim the protection of children who survive abortions is unnecessary, the evidence clearly says otherwise. The Born-Alive Infants Protection Act of 2002 merely says that an infant born after an abortion is a human being, which allowed Kermit Gosnell to be convicted for first-degree murder. It does not prevent passive neglect. Do we really imagine those who wanted to practice “Partial-Birth Abortion” would be unwilling to see a child die on the birthing table?
See the Coalition for Jewish Values Statement on Abortion for the authentic Jewish view, which runs counter to what we frequently hear.
But when Bernie Sanders slanders AIPAC in a flatly Anti-Semitic fashion, Greenblatt says nothing.
And don’t miss the stunning results when Ami Magazine asked Orthodox Jews whom they trust to fight Anti-Semitism!
In this podcast I discuss House Democrats’ effort to resurrect the Equal Rights Amendment nearly 38 years after its timely death.
See also the DOJ’s guidance on the expiration of the ERA, and the outrageous outrage from the left at Ruth Bader Ginsburg, for having the audacity to put the law first, and her own ERA advocacy second.
It is clear that the ERA would force taxpayer funding of abortions, and give men a constitutional right to use women’s restrooms. This would exclude women from sports competitions and scholarships, because biologically a person who gets regular doses of testosterone through puberty gets an insurmountable advantage.
In this episode I dive into the partisan impeachment — and offer three reasons, all found in basic ethics and American jurisprudence, why it should never have happened.
Two previous articles are referenced herein, both at the Daily Wire:
This week I’ve launched a new podcast, called “Moral Heritage.” My goal is to share my thoughts on today’s issues from a perspective sourced in Jewish values.
In this episode I give a brief introduction, and then talk about the new Peace Plan.
I refer to:
Robert Malley and Aaron David Miller’s The Real Goal of Trump’s Middle East Plan
Jonathan Tobin’s Time for the architects of Middle East failures to be quiet
Rabbi Prof. Dov Fischer’s The Deal of the Century: A non-starter?
Rabbi Steven Pruzansky’s The Deal of the Century: Cautious pessimism
One might have imagined that, with so much of world history behind us, we would have learned better than to search for an excuse to charge or convict another person. You would think that this was obvious. Put “charging political adversaries with imagined crimes” on a Jeopardy! board, and the question is: “What were the Stalin Show Trials?”
Twenty-five thousand people marched in New York City on Sunday under the banner “No Hate, No Fear,” ostensibly targeting anti-Semitic violence directed at recognizably-Orthodox Jews. Only two things were missing: Printed signs with the words “anti-Semitism” or “Jews,” and more than a smattering of recognizably-Orthodox Jews.
The overwhelming majority of both evangelical Christians and Orthodox Jews reject the notion of impeaching the president and plan to vote for him in 2020. It is not hard to understand why.
Succinctly put, President Trump last week made one of the most positive moves to combat anti-Semitism ever seen from a world leader. Media outlets such as The New York Times are doing tremendous harm to Jewish students on campus — and to simple fairness, to boot.