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  • May 23, 2022

    Distortions and Israel's Dilemma

    Jewish Journal of Los Angeles

    Tragically, a female reporter for Al Jazeera was killed in a crossfire skirmish between Israeli troops and Palestinian terrorists in one of the most dangerous regions of the West Bank. Almost instantly, Israel was blamed for the continuing spread of COVID-19 and gasoline price-gouging.

    Responsibility for the dead broadcast journalist was a given.

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  • May 23, 2022

    The Terrorism of Untruths

    B'nai B'rith International Report on The Apartheid Slander Against Israel

    Imagine a large, boisterous high-rise condominium, occupied by colorful people of different races, ethnicities and nationalities. Each floor is divided according to owners who share similar identities and characteristics. And each housing unit varies widely in size and overall dimension.

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  • May 9, 2022

    Bedlam and More Blook Libels

    Jewish Journal of Los Angeles

    It has been nothing but nonstop bedlam in America. Look around. Chaos is everywhere, along with declining public confidence in just about everything.

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  • April 25, 2022

    The Duplicity and Violence of Al-Quds Day

    Jewish Journal of Los Angeles

    What will you all be wearing this Friday for Al-Quds Day? If you’re Jewish, you should really be giving it some serious thought. I wouldn’t take the day too lightly.

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  • April 11, 2022

    Corporate America's Mary Poppins Problem

    Jewish Journal of Los Angeles

    Corporate America is having a serious Mary Poppins problem. I am quite serious. Employees are having the run of the house. Meanwhile, the chieftains who are actually in charge, cower from their corner offices, tolerating insolence everywhere, mismanaging a payroll filled with latchkey laborers.

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