Daily Archives: May 29, 2017

Conservative Judaism 2017: ‘God Is Without Boundaries’

The Hebrew word for holiness, kadosh, means “separate” or “boundary.” The essence of Judaism is boundaries between Jew and gentile, between the Sabbath and the other days of the week, between man and women, human and animal, adults and children, … Continue reading

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LAT: ‘How L.A. County is trying to sign more people up for food stamps — and why it’s not easy’

That seems like a good use of government resources — get more people on welfare. At my lowest moments, I never even considered getting unemployment benefits or food stamps. Los Angeles Times: In addition, many immigrants who are in the … Continue reading

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LAT: ‘You’re just there, trapped’: Why one Mexican woman decided to ‘self-deport,’ long before Trump’

Everything that made her self-deport, I think we should do at ten times the intensity so that more illegals self-deport. Still, many will argue that it is a real shame that such a beautiful and talented woman is no longer … Continue reading

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Apocalypto (2006)

Greg Johnson: “At the end of that movie, not a single person in the movie theater was not relieved to see the white people show up and provide a little adult supervision.” Greg: “I want a complete ban of future … Continue reading

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Reflections On Little Rock

This was written by Hannah Arendt in 1957 and published in 1958 (hat tip to Kathy Shaidle). I will excerpt and comment. First, some background from Wikipedia: “The Little Rock Nine was a group of nine African American students enrolled … Continue reading

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