Daily Archives: April 25, 2017

LAT: ‘How a Montana county became a stage for the national debate over refugees’

Los Angeles Times article: To him, being a Presbyterian meant a life of public service and openness to other cultures. Back in Long Island, he sat on a refugee council at his church and once housed a Vietnamese refugee and … Continue reading

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Differences between the Eastern European immigrant community in the US and the older German-Jewish establishment — and their commonalities

I have always found Paul Gottfried’s criticisms of Kevin MacDonald ludicrously unfair, which is weird because normally Gottfried’s criticisms are like a laser. MacDonald has always distinguished between different types of Jews and different types of circumstances. No sane person … Continue reading

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