Category Archives: R. Marvin Hier

American Jews & Immigration 2012

From the 2012 Jewish Yearbook: Another issue that continued to divide Americans was the status of an estimated 11 million undocumented aliens in the US. Arizona enacted legislation known as SB 1070 that some considered draconian. The law expressed as … Continue reading

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Do 100 Million Gentile Victims Of Communism Deserve A Memorial?

Jewish groups can’t get enough Holocaust memorials, they can’t get enough mandatory Holocaust education, but they’re surprisingly uninterested in memorials for the victims of communism. I suspect that has to do with the vital role that Jews played in the … Continue reading

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Los Angeles Jewish Leaders Condemn Donald Sterling

The more religious the Jew, the less he cares about Donald Sterling’s putative racism. The more religious the Jew, the less he cares about what people say privately. The more religious the Jew, the less he cares about the goyim … Continue reading

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Rabbi Marvin Hier’s Legacy

Saul Austerlitz writes for Tablet magazine: Hier’s remarkable success is, in fact, the primary cause of his detractors’ dissatisfaction. “He’s like a high-rent, ethical version of Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton,” said Luke Ford, a Los Angeles blogger who covers … Continue reading

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What Is Marvin Hier’s Legacy?

Newsweek magazine called Marvin Hier the most powerful rabbi in America. “Hier is one phone call away from almost every world leader, journalist and Hollywood studio head.” As Rabbi Hier heads towards retirement, what is his legacy? Here are some … Continue reading

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