Another Museum Of (In)Tolerance: A Ten Commandments’ Tale

And you shall not oppress a stranger, for you know the feelings of the stranger, since you were strangers in the land of Egypt. exodus 23:9 holocaust museums, at their inception, may have been a good idea. unfortunately, many of these institutions have embarked on a path towards a pathway that will lead to bothContinue reading “Another Museum Of (In)Tolerance: A Ten Commandments’ Tale”

A Strike Out Of Baseball May Be A Warning Sign: A Ten Commandments’ Tale

baseball player brad netzer took many swings and perhaps struck out on his career. mr. netzer, the reports indicate, is a problematic individual who has one redeeming quality. he, unlike other individuals, is truthful. he admitted to his free expressions racism, homophobia, and anti-semitism. strike one, two and three. boston.com these expressions cost him hisContinue reading “A Strike Out Of Baseball May Be A Warning Sign: A Ten Commandments’ Tale”

The Unhealthy Obsession With Anne Frank: A Ten Commandments’ Tale

Emperor Meiji:Tell me how he died. Algren:I will tell you how he lived. last samurai quotes.net i asked a friend, if you had to choose between two people to admire, “which one would you choose?” her choices were as follows: (1) a young german-dutch woman who was a talented writer. she, along with her family,Continue reading “The Unhealthy Obsession With Anne Frank: A Ten Commandments’ Tale”

Choosing An Anti-Semitism Envoy Is a Historical Decision: A Ten Commandments’ Story

conversations concerning anti-semitism must be centered as to when jewish history begins. modern anti-semitism thought is political. a segment of society and intellects view the rise of adolph hitler and his genocidal program as the beginning of jewry. their bible is “the diary of anne frank.” the ending point of jewish history was supposed toContinue reading “Choosing An Anti-Semitism Envoy Is a Historical Decision: A Ten Commandments’ Story”

Cancel Culture vs. Understanding Culture: A Ten Commandments’ Story

And you shall not oppress a stranger, for you know the feelings of the stranger, since you were strangers in the land of Egypt. exodus 23:9 jesse owens will forever be viewed as an all-time olympic great. for some, he is the athlete who stood up to hitler in gold medal performances. others, however, viewContinue reading “Cancel Culture vs. Understanding Culture: A Ten Commandments’ Story”

The Asian “Massacre The Jews Game” Is Now Academic at the UCLA Department of Asian American Studies: A Ten Commandments’ Story

the guardian reported that “preparations for the opening ceremony of the tokyo olympics have been thrown into further turmoil after the show’s director was sacked over a joke about the holocaust he made in the late 1990s. kentaro kobayashi, a popular entertainer, was dismissed after a video clip resurfaced online of a skit in which he joked aboutContinue reading “The Asian “Massacre The Jews Game” Is Now Academic at the UCLA Department of Asian American Studies: A Ten Commandments’ Story”

Anti-Semitic Ice Cream? A Ten Commandments’ Story

recently, the ceo and national director of the anti-defamation league was forced to admit that the political left has an anti-semitic problem. also recently, the state of israel has found that there is anti-semitism lurking in the shopping market freezer sections in the form of ben and jerry’s ice cream. these recent developments lead toContinue reading “Anti-Semitic Ice Cream? A Ten Commandments’ Story”

Homeland Security Thought I Was A WMD, Why Wasn’t He? 9-11 Happened Again In Boston: Just Ask Rabbi Shlomo Noginksi: A Ten Commandments’ Story

pre-covid, i flew up to san francisco for business. my companion and i went through los angeles international airport tsa screening with flying colors. in san francisco, as i entered the court reporter’s offices for a deposition, i took advantage of the hand sanitizer with aloe to lather my hands and elbows. life was good.Continue reading “Homeland Security Thought I Was A WMD, Why Wasn’t He? 9-11 Happened Again In Boston: Just Ask Rabbi Shlomo Noginksi: A Ten Commandments’ Story”

Family Redemption From Unforgiveable Acts? A Ten Commandments’ Tale

in minnesota, a successful palestinian family went into a crisis mode. their daughter’s once deleted tweets went public. as a 16 year old, their daughter posted vile tweets that were anti-black, anti-jewish and anti-gay. as a result, the community and social media upset ensued causing interruption to their business. the reported financial losses have beenContinue reading “Family Redemption From Unforgiveable Acts? A Ten Commandments’ Tale”

God Gave Israel To The World, Not Imperialism: A Ten Commandments’ Story

sometimes, individuals pontificate their beliefs and advocacy with little understanding of history. the following is a perfect example. blm co-founder ms. patrisse cullors is quoted with the following: ‘palestine is our generation’s south africa,’ she told the students. ‘if we don’t step up boldly and courageously to end the imperialist project that’s called israel, we’re doomed.’ dailymailContinue reading “God Gave Israel To The World, Not Imperialism: A Ten Commandments’ Story”