Thou Shalt Not Punch Someone 132 Times: A Ten Commandments’ Tale

‘If not you, then who?┬áIf not now, when?’ hillel what happened in yonkers must not stay in yonkers. an asian-american woman was severely beaten. she was struck 132 times in a hate crime attack. dailymail.com beyond her being struck over a hundred times, the attacker felt the need to exact violence on an innocent andContinue reading “Thou Shalt Not Punch Someone 132 Times: A Ten Commandments’ Tale”

Alex, I’ll Take Apologies For $200.00: A Ten Commandments’ Tale

“Go now you are forgiven” dispatch recently anointed jeopardy host mike richards’ apology tour has just begun. he is taking time to seek forgiveness for past transgressions. when you are not the right type of person, societal forces such as the media and social media will come after you. in jeopardy’s case, even mr. richards’Continue reading “Alex, I’ll Take Apologies For $200.00: A Ten Commandments’ Tale”

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”

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”

Machines, Humanity, and a Canadian Tragedy: A Ten Commandments’ Story

“talk about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road,” deuteronomy 6:5 operating a motor vehicle is a privilege. improperly operated, they are instruments of death and destruction. this operational impropriety can range from inattentive negligence to sinister intent. the tianamen square incident, as discussed in a prior blog, representsContinue reading “Machines, Humanity, and a Canadian Tragedy: A Ten Commandments’ Story”

The Life and Tragedy of Ee Lee: Are Some Asian Lives More Equal Than Others? Welcome Back to the “Animal Farm”: Part VII of the Series

george orwell, in his classic novel “animal farm,” has the famous line “all animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others.” this statement has always troubling and true with respect to humanity. while we are all god’s creation, certain individuals, for certain reasons, are given more importance than others. as we seeContinue reading “The Life and Tragedy of Ee Lee: Are Some Asian Lives More Equal Than Others? Welcome Back to the “Animal Farm”: Part VII of the Series”

Ms. Ee Lee’s Life & Tragedy: If You Are a Lives’ Matter Supporter, Did Her Life Matter? Part IV of the Series

ms. ee lee was a vulnerable person in the united states. while she was 37 years old, she had the mental capacity of an 8-year-old. while she was asian, she was from a marginalized asian ethnicity, the hmong. the hmong, unlike other asian ethnicities, are a people without a country. u.s. societal movements have broughtContinue reading “Ms. Ee Lee’s Life & Tragedy: If You Are a Lives’ Matter Supporter, Did Her Life Matter? Part IV of the Series”

Ms. Ee Lee’s Life and Tragedy: An Unreported Asian Hate Crime? Part II of Series

not all crimes and arrests happen instantaneously. some crimes require dedicated law enforcement officers to investigate and apprehend the accused. the ee lee murder case was one of them. therefore, initial reports did not investigate the murder as an asian hate crime. due to police investigation efforts two arrests have been made in the matter.Continue reading “Ms. Ee Lee’s Life and Tragedy: An Unreported Asian Hate Crime? Part II of Series”