Monthly Archives: January 2018

Does Trump Remind You Of The Pharoah?

Howard Kurtz writes in his new book Media Madness: Donald Trump, the Press, and the War over the Truth: But perhaps the most forehead-smacking piece in the Washington Post began with a Passover Seder held by a woman whose guests … Continue reading

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‘Here’s a graduating class of Aboriginal Australian doctors. Each was the recipient of a scholarship.’

They look full-blooded aboriginal to me! (Hat tip) REPORT: UNSW Medicine celebrated a milestone today with the graduation of six Indigenous doctors – the highest number in a single year. The graduations cement UNSW’s place as a leader in Indigenous … Continue reading

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Rabbi Dresner’s Dilemma: Torah v. Ethnos

E. Michael Jones wrote in 2003: I never liked the title of Rabbi Dresner’s book. It was called Can Families Survive in Pagan America? and was published in 1995 by Huntington House out of Lafayettte, Louisiana. I got a copy … Continue reading

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A Pensive & Pessimistic KMAC

Dennis Dale blogs: A pensive and pessimistic Kevin MacDonald joined us this morning on Luke Ford’s Torah Talk. 1:50. Professor MacDonald has a book about Europeans coming out this year “sort of summarizing” his writings over the years, going beyond … Continue reading

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Reality TV show follows black-Jewish couple to the chuppah

When Jews adopt black babies, the reaction they get from fellow Jews can shock them. Many Jews, particularly the more traditional, do not believe that a black can ever really be Jewish. Most traditional Jews, I suspect, think that a … Continue reading

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