Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Most important case once there is a solid Supreme Court majority? Decide it is constitutional to have foolproof, incorruptible,verifiable citizenship ID to vote

Most important case once there is a solid Supreme Court majority? Decide it is constitutional to have foolproof, incorruptible,verifiable citizenship ID to vote. Democrats will always try and steal elections. Trump is of course right that millions illegals voted, especially in sanctuary state California, hence the Hillary popular vote edge.

Rabbi Jonathan Ginsburg

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Why the anti-Trump protesters are wrong

To the violent protesters and the crybabies in mourning leftists: you are WRONG on every complaint. You have it backwards.
Radical Saul Alinsky called your types "useful idiots."
1. Trump has been in public eye and never once accused of racism or bigotry until the Democrats do what they ALWAYS do: accuse the opponent of racism because they lose on all the real issues. He has employed thousands of minorities and women who adore him.
2. The same charges were made about Reagan and he was the best president in 100 years. More freedom, booming economy, ended Cold War. You make the same lying phony charges against every Republican candidate because you have nothing else.
3. Democrats have always been racists. KKK, slave trade, opposition to civil rights were all democrats. President LBJ bragged he went ahead with civil rights to con blacks. Republicans fought always to end slavery and end bigotry.…/democratic-party-racist-his…
4. Wikileaks PROVES the leadership of the Democratic National Committee are racists, bigots, anti-Semites, made fun of Catholics, Evangelicals, Republicans, Hispanics.…/boggles-mind-decent…
WHY don’t you care?
5. Hillary often made anti-Semitic, anti-disabled, racist comments in private and took money of hundreds of millions from nations that throw gays off of roofs and mistreat women and hate Jews. She thinks a huge part of America are irredeemable deplorables.
6. Hillary's campaign was "ok I'm incompetent, corrupt, a liar, bribe taker, reckless and negligent with our secrets, murderer, psychotic, and I wholeheartedly endorse Obama's worst ever presidency, but vote for me because I'm a woman and Trump is terrible." Did not work. How can you support this Hillary monster?
7. Many of these protesters are hired thugs to create mayhem and anarchy, paid for by Hillary’s top donor, George Soros. Project Veritas proves White House and Hillary directed the hiring of thugs to INCITE violence at trump rallies to make Trump look bad.…/caught-tape-clinton-funded-democ…
8. Hillary embraces Obama’s legacy of RECORD POVERTY, GROWING INEQUALITY, increased tension, doubling of debt. Why don’t you care?
9. It is the Democrats who threaten rights. Right to free speech, right to assemble, right to gun ownership. They use Nazi-like tactics to suppress conservatives.
10. So many Democratic leaders are abusers of women. Rapist Bill Clinton, Ted Kennedy killed Mary Joe, catch me coming adultery Gary Hart, JFK sharing Marilyn with mafia don, John Edwards, etc.
11. Trump came very close with women voters, college educated and did better than Romney with minorities, Hispanics, women,
12. Obama has left the nation and world much worse off. Worst president ever by every measure. Hillary would have continued these horrible policies.
Keyboard warriors: Be strong and resolute. Chatzak vematz

Why does burning the flag bother people so much? Someone burning a Torah would really bother me.

Why does burning the flag bother people so much? Someone burning a Torah would really bother me. We don't burn it, we BURY it when it is too old to be kosher. Burning a Quran leads to mass murder for Muslims. I don't know the equivalent in Christianity, maybe burning a cross, but KKK used to do that. How are these equivalent to burning a US flag? It has to do with understanding American civil religion. The flag is SACRED, SANCTA to Americans. American civil religion is a sociological theory that a nonsectarian quasi-religious faith exists within the United States with sacred symbols drawn from national history. Scholars have portrayed it as a cohesive force, a common set of values that foster social and cultural integration. Americans may not know what civil religion is, but they intuitively and viscerally feel the flag is sancta. Read more

The Supreme Court 5-4 ruled it was a form of free speech. Maybe. Maybe the next Court will reverse it.

Obama will spend time trying to convince voters to vote dem. Really? after this disaster?

Obama will spend time trying to convince voters to vote dem. Really? after this disaster?
To assess Trump presidency, we need to know starting point. At the end of Obama's worst ever presidency, we have 1. Record poverty 2. Increase in income inequality 3. Gutted military 4. IRS abusing conservative citizens 5. VA unfixed 6. More businesses closing than opening 7. Historic low labor participation rate 8. Doubling all previous debt to $20 Trillion 9. Social security and Medicare not made more solvent 10. Deterioration of infrastructure 11. Massive spread Islamic terror 12. Russia, China, n Korea more aggressive. Trump inherits most dangerous world since Reagan took over.13.Middle East under Iran hegemony 14. Obamacare disaster 15. Iran deal catastrophe 16. Historic poor economic growth over 8 years etc. 17. Democrats DNC exposed as anti semites, racists, bigots through wickileaks. 18. World's highest corporate tax rate. 19. Record flood of business killing regulations. 20. Flood illegal aliens. 21. Killing of cops. 22. Race riots. 23. Appointed radical leftists to Supreme and Federal Judgeships. 24. Job killing restrictions on production of American energy. 25. rising murder rates across American cities. Let's see after 8 how Trump improves all this. He will DRAIN THE SWAMP.

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

media ignores evidence illegals voted

So during the media call conducted by Sean Spicer and Jason Miller, when NPR’s Tamara Keith asked if they could point to evidence of voter fraud and the “millions of people who Trump claims voted illegally,” Miller was happy to comply. Miller referred to the 2014 Washington Post study that indicated more than 14 percent of non-citizens in both the 2008 and 2010 elections indicated they were registered to vote, and the Pew Research study that said approximately 24 million, or one out of every eight, voter registrations in the United States are no longer valid or are significantly inaccurate. Miller went on to say that the same Pew Research study notes that 2.5 million people have registrations in more than one state. These are studies and examples of where there have been issues of both voter fraud and illegal immigrants voting.
Later, Todd Gillman of the Dallas Morning News asked if the Justice Department would investigate the people who actually did vote illegally after Trump takes office. After saying it would be inappropriate for him to speculate about Justice Department activity following the transfer of power has been completed, Miller than added to his previous response. I do think that’s an issue of concern, the fact that there’s a concern shown by the Pew research study and the Washington Post report.
Here is a transcript of the exchanges between Miller and the two reporters:
TAMARA KEITH: I am hoping that you could point to the evidence of millions of people who Mr. Trump claims voted illegally and also any evidence you have of election fraud that he claimed on Twitter happened in New Hampshire, Virginia and California.
MILLER: Yes, thanks for bringing that up.
You know, one of the things I’d say just, kind of, on the front end that I really do think that it’s been ridiculous that so much oxygen’s been given to the recount effort where there’s absolutely no chance of any election results changing. This election’s been decided, it’s a conceded election, and I think even to the fact that, you know, Clinton’s general counsel has mocked the McCrory recount effort in North Carolina, it’s even a — a much smaller margin.
You know, with regard to, you know, additional — you know, but I think it’s also important to point out that if so much time and attention is gonna be given to recount issues and some of the other things that Jill Stein has been bringing up, it’s important to talk about some of the other concerns that are out there with regard to voting.
And in particular, I’d point to the 2014 Washington Post study that indicated more than 14 percent of non-citizens in both the 2008 and 2010 elections indicated they were registered to vote, and that Washington Post story is important.
I’d also point out some of the other examples that we had raised during the campaign. Some numbers include the Pew Research study that said approximately 24 million, or one out of every eight, voter registrations in the United States are no longer valid or significantly inaccurate. And in that same Pew Research study, the fact that 2.5 million people have registrations in more than one state.
So all these are studies and examples of where there have been issues of both voter fraud and illegal immigrants voting. So if this much attention and oxygen’s gonna be given to a completely frivolous, throwaway fund-raising scheme by someone like Jill Stein, then there should be actual substantive looks at the — the overall examples of voter fraud and illegal immigrants voting in recent years.
And so that’s — that’s the — the broader message that I think should be taken away here
[. . .]
At risk of being accused of taking a second bite of the apple, I wanna ask about the allegations of all the millions of people who voted illegally.
Jason, you — you mentioned people who might have but not people who actually did vote illegally. Will there be a Justice Department investigation once Trump is president? And has he asked state or federal officials, election officials, law enforcement, to investigate these allegations that billions of people voted illegally this year?
MILLER: Well, thank you very much for the question.
So I think it’d be inappropriate for me to speculate as far as Justice Department activity following — after inauguration or after swearing in and the transfer of power has been completed. So I’ll go ahead and — I’ll go ahead and leave that one.
But obviously, I — I do think that’s an issue of concern, the fact that there’s a concern that so many voted who were not legally supposed to.
And I think that one of the — the key points — I think there’s a — a responsibility from members of the media is to give an appropriate level of — of attention to some of these different concerns as — as we’ve seen from the Pew research study and the — the report that was in The Washington Post and a number of others and — as opposed to just chasing the — the shiny object of the Jill Stein recount effort, which is really just a way for Ms. Stein and the Green Party to go and make money.
I think they’ve already raised — I think the number I saw earlier was some $6 million. It’s just completely ridiculous and I think anyone who looks at that on — on face value just sees how — how nonsensical it is.
So, I appreciate that, Todd.
The press went way overboard on their negative coverage of this issue.

Should California alone decide our presidential election?

The Founders did NOT want California to decide our elections. Hillary's vote edge in California was MORE than her total popular US vote edge. The rest of the country was for Trump. When is a giant earthquake going to separate California permanently? In the middle of the night each night, God lifts up the country from the East and everything unmoored ends up in California. Some of the rest ends up in socialist Hawaii. California already has 1/5th of all electoral votes. By the way, it is basically bankrupt and run by Democrats. Unfair that so much beauty goes to those horrible states.

Jimmy Carter says US must recognize Palestine at UN

Jimmy Carter says US must recognize Palestine at UN. Oh goody, another corrupt, Islamic terrorist nation. Just what we need. Same buffoon who lauds mass murderer castro. Don't blame it on his brain cancer. Carter has been a delusional fool from way back. Tough choice for worst President ever. Carter or Obama.

another Muslim, another terrorist attack here

Isis says use Car as weapons. Alquida encourages random knife attacks. Israel has had both. Obama brings in 44000 Muslim Somali refugees. Several have been involved in terrorist activities. Yesterday one, complaining about not enough Muslim prayer rooms, drives his car into crowd and starts stabbing those who ran over to see if he was ok. PC morons still debating if it was terrorism. Democrats are blaming gun control except that it was a gun that SAVED people here by shooting the terrorist. Hillary wanted to bring in tens of thousands Muslim refugees who we cannot vet. Obama had brought in one million muslims, mostly from jihadist nations. 25% USA Muslims admit to supporting violent jihad. No Muslim nation will take any refugees. They obviously understand reality whereas our Democrats do not. Insane Democrats only care about votes, not keeping us safe

Monday, November 28, 2016

why give biased media seats in White House briefing room?

Media has been proven to be over 90% biased for Democrats. First step. 49 seats in White House briefing room. None should go to NBC, CBS, ABC, CNN, MSNBC, not, Univision, ap, nyTimes, Washington Post. They gave lost the right to have access send they gave been proven to be part of Democratic propaganda ministry. President had perogative to assign the seats. Fox, Newsmax, Levin TV, Washington Times, wall Street journal, conservative bloggers can keep administration on its toes fairly.

To assess Trump presidency, we need to know starting point.


Saturday, November 26, 2016

It is a lie that cuba was terrible before Castro. Castro was tyrannical brutal mass jurderer

“High infant mortality” — (in fact,  Cuba’s infant mortality in 1958 was the 13th lowest — not in Latin America, not in the Hemisphere — but in the WORLD — lower than Ireland’s.)
“Subhuman housing” — (in fact, Mr. English, Cuba’s per capita income in 1958 was higher than half of Europe’s, including Ireland’s.)
“Dispossession of small farmers” — (in fact, Cuba’s agricultural wages in 1958 were higher than half of Europe’s, including Ireland’s. And — far from huge latifundia hogging the Cuban countryside — the average Cuban farm in 1958 was SMALLER than the average in the U.S.)
"Illiteracy” — (In fact, Mr. English, in a mere 50 years since a war of independence that cost Cuba almost a fifth of her population, Cuba managed 80 per cent literacy and budgeted the most (23% of national expenses) for public education of any Latin American country (more than Ireland, by the way). Better still, Cubans were not just literate but also educated, allowed to read George Orwell and Thomas Jefferson along with the arresting wisdom and sparkling prose of Che Guevara.
You will be shocked to hear that English’s sources (like Jon Lee Anderson’s sources for Che, A Revolutionary Life) are primarily officials of Cuba’s Stalinist regime which English visited often. Indeed, English dedicates his book to one such official, Enrique Cirules, who he calls a “Cuban author.” Fine, I’ll call Julius Streicher “a German author.” and Ilya Ehrenburg “a Russian author. “
The Willion & Morrow published book continues the "Idiot’s Guide" manual in Cuban history by rationalizing Castro’s Stalinist regime from the get-go. "U.S. business owned much of the prime land."
In fact, of Cuba’s 161 sugar mills 1958, only 40 were U.S. owned. And United Fruit — the outfit generally cast as the Boss Hog/Luigi Barzini/J.R. Ewing/Snidely Whiplash/Hannibal Lecter in this episode — owned only a third of these. And according to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, in 1958 U.S. investments in Cuba accounted for only 13 per cent of Cuba’s GNP.
"44 per cent of Cubans — a higher percentage than Americans — are covered by social legislation," starts a report on Cuba dated 1957. “One feature of the Cuban social structure is a large middle class. Cuban workers are more unionized (proportional to the population) than U.S. workers. The average wage for an 8-hour day in Cuba in 1957 is higher than for workers in Belgium, Denmark, France and Germany. According to the Geneva-based International Labor Organization, the average daily wage for an agricultural worker was also among the highest in the world, higher than in France, Belgium, Denmark, or West Germany. Cuban labor receives 66.6 per cent of gross national income. In the U.S. the figure is 70 per cent, in Switzerland 64 per cent.”
Prior to Castro, Cuban industrial workers had the 8th highest wages — not in Latin America, not in the hemisphere — but in the world. Cuba had established an 8-hour work-day in 1933 — five years before FDR’s New Dealers got around to it. The much-lauded (by liberals) Social-Democracies of Western Europe didn’t manage this till 30 years later.
These aren’t the ravings of a "Cuban exile right-wing crackpot!" (me) this right-wing crackpot is only regurgitating a UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) report on Cuba from 1957.
When no New York Times reporters, CNN correspondents, and eminent American Ivy League and Think-Tank scholars are within hearing range, Commies can be extremely frank with each other.
Early in the Cuban revolution, for instance, Czech economist Radoslav Selucky visited Cuba and was rudely awakened: "We thought Cuba was underdeveloped except for a few sugar refineries?!" he wrote when he got home to Prague. "This is false. Almost a quarter of Cuba’s labor force was employed in industry where the salaries were equal to those in the U.S.!"
Now here’s Che Guevara himself in 1961 after he returned to Cuba with his Cuban underlings from a lengthy tour of Eastern Europe: "We’re not going to say we only saw marvels in those countries, " admitted Che who (given their national propensity for sarcasm had undoubtedly heard much scoffing and snickering from his Cuban subalterns about the — to them — pathetic socio-economic conditions in the major capitols of Eastern Europe — that Cuba was supposed to emulate!!)
"Naturally for a 20 th Century Cuban with all the luxuries which Imperialism has accustomed him,” Wrote Che Guevara, “much of what he saw (in eastern Europe) struck him as belonging to undeveloped countries.”
But fear not! As Cuba’s Economics minister, Che Guevara was already plotting on how to wipe those snickers from those Cubans faces!
He (Che Guevara) as Cuba’s Economic Czar, converted a nation with a higher per capita income than half of Europe, the lowest inflation rate in the Western hemisphere, a larger middle class than Switzerland, a huge influx of immigrants and whose workers enjoyed the 8th-highest industrial wages in the world into one that repels Haitians. And this after being lavished with Soviet subsidies that totaled almost ten Marshall Plans (again, into a nation of 6.4 million) — an economic feat that defies not only the laws of economics but seemingly the very laws of physics. One place where Cuban exiles agree wholeheartedly with Castro and Che is regarding their exalted posts as Third World icons. He and Che certainly converted Cuba into a Third World nation.
We turn now to a United Nations (no less!) study of Cuba circa 1958. "Cuba has a tremendous advantage in national integration over other Latin American countries because of a largely homogeneous white Spanish immigrant base. Cuba’s smaller Negro population is also culturally integrated. Those feudal modes of labor that exist in the rest of Latin America, don’t exist in Cuba. The Cuban campesino does not resemble the one in the rest of Latin America who is tied to the land, and is profoundly tradition-bound and opposed to innovations which would link him to a market economy. The Cuban campesino, in all respects, is a modern man. They have an educational level and a familiarity with modern methods unseen in the rest of Latin America."

Here’s a Handy List of Atrocities for Everyone Glorifying Fidel Castro Today

"He helped train and fund practically every terror group on earth"
"He helped train and fund practically every terror group on earth"
Fidel Castro jailed and tortured political prisoners at a higher rate than Stalin during the Great Terror. He murdered more Cubans in his first three years in power than Hitler murdered Germans during his first six.

Fidel Castro shattered — through mass-executions, mass-jailings, mass larceny and exile — virtually every family on the island of Cuba. Many opponents of the Castro regime qualify as the longest-suffering political prisoners in modern history, having suffered prison camps, forced labor and torture chambers for a period three times as long in Fidel Castro’s Gulag as Alexander Solzhenitsyn suffered in Stalin’s Gulag.
Fidel Castro and Che Guevara beat ISIS to the game by over half a century. As early as January 1959 they were filming their murders for the media-shock value.
Fidel Castro also came closest of anyone in history to (wantonly) starting a worldwide nuclear war.
In the above process Fidel Castro converted a highly-civilized nation with a higher standard of living than much of Europe and swamped with immigrants into a slum/sewer ravaged by tropical diseases and with  the highest suicide rate in the Western hemisphere.
Over TWENTY TIMES as many people (and counting) have died trying to escape Castro’s Cuba as died trying to escape East Germany. Yet prior to Castroism Cuba received more immigrants per-capita than almost any nation on earth—more than the U.S. did including the Ellis Island years, in fact.
Fidel Castro helped train and fund practically every terror group on earth, from the Weathermen to Puerto Rico’s Macheteros, from Argentina’s Montoneros, to Colombia’s FARC, from the Black Panthers to the IRA and from the PLO to AL Fatah.
Would anyone guess any of the above from reading or listening to the mainstream media recently?
In fact, from their reactions, all that dancing in the streets of Miami’s Little Havana this week-end seems to strike some talking heads as odd, if not downright unseemly.
But prior to the big news this week-end many of those same celebrants could be found with itchy noses and red-rimmed eyes ambling amidst long rows of white crosses in Miami’s Cuban Memorial.  It’s a mini-Arlington cemetery of sorts, in honor of Fidel Castro’s murder victims.
The tombs are symbolic, however. Most of the bodies still lie in mass graves dug by bulldozers on the orders of the man whose family President Obama just consoled with an official note of condolence.
Some of those future celebrants were often found kneeling at the Cuban Memorial, others walking slowly, looking for a name. You might remember a similar scene from the opening frames of “Saving Private Ryan.” Many clutched rosaries. Many of the ladies would be pressing their faces into the breast of a young relative who drove them there, a relative who wrapped his arms around her spastically heaving shoulders.
Try as he might not to cry himself, this relative usually found that the sobs wracking his mother, grandmother or aunt were contagious. Yet he was often too young to remember the young face of his martyred father, grandfather, uncle, cousin -or even aunt, mother grandmother– the name they just recognized on the white cross.
Fusilado” (firing squad execution) it says below the name– one word, but for most visitors to the Cuban Memorial a word loaded with traumatizing flashbacks.
On Christmas Eve 1961, Juana Diaz Figueroa spat in the face of the Castroite executioners who were binding and gagging her. They’d found her guilty of feeding and hiding “bandits.” (Castro and Che’s term for Cuban peasants who took up arms to fight their theft of their land to create Stalinist kolkhozes.) Farm collectivization was no more voluntary in Cuba than in the Ukraine. And Cuba’s kulaks had guns–at first anyway. Then the Kennedy-Khrushchev pact left them defenseless against Soviet tanks, helicopters and flame-throwers. When the blast from Castro’s firing squad demolished Juana Diaz’ face and torso, she was six months pregnant.
Rigoberto Hernandez was 17 when Castro’s prison guards dragged him from his jail cell, jerked his head back to gag him and started dragging him to the stake. Little “Rigo” pleaded his innocence to the very bloody end. But his pleas were garbled and difficult to understand. His struggles while being gagged and bound to the stake were also awkward. The boy had been a janitor in a Havana high school and was mentally retarded. His single mother had pleaded his case with hysterical sobs. She had begged, beseeched and finally proven to his “prosecutors” that it was a case of mistaken identity. Her only son, a boy in such a condition, couldn’t possibly have been “a CIA agent planting bombs.”
Fuego!” and the firing squad volley riddled Rigo’s little bent body as he moaned and struggled awkwardly against his bounds, blindfold and gag. “We executive from Revolutionary conviction!” sneered the man whose peaceful death in bed President Obama seems to mourn.
Carlos Machado was 15 years old in 1963 when the bullets from the firing squad shattered his body. His twin brother and father collapsed beside Carlos from the same volley. All had resisted Castro’s theft of their humble family farm.
According to the scholars and researchers at the Cuba Archive, the Castro regime’s total death toll–from torture, prison beatings, firing squads, machine gunning of escapees, drownings, etc.–approaches 100,000. Cuba’s population in 1960 was 6.4 million. According to the human rights group Freedom House, 500,000 Cubans (young and old, male and female) have passed through Castro’s prison and forced-labor camps. This puts Fidel Castro political incarceration rate right up there with his hero Stalin’s.
It’s not enough that liberals refuse to acknowledge any justification for these Miami celebrations. No, on top of that here’s the type of thing the celebrants are accustomed to hearing from the media and famous Democrats:
“Viva Fidel! Viva Che!” (Two-time candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination Jesse Jackson, bellowed while arm in arm with Fidel Castro himself in 1984.)
“Fidel Castro is very shy and sensitive, I frankly like him and regard him as a friend.” (Democratic presidential candidate, Presidential Medal of Freedom winner, and “Conscience of the Democratic party,” George Mc Govern.)
“Fidel Castro first and foremost is and always has been a committed egalitarian. He wanted a system that provided the basic needs to all Cuba has superb systems of health care and universal education…We greeted each other as old friends.”  (Former President of the United States and official “Elder Statesman” of the Democratic party, Jimmy Carter.)
“Fidel Castro is old-fashioned, courtly–even paternal, a thoroughly fascinating figure!” (NBC’s Andrea Mitchell.)
“Fidel Castro could have been Cuba’s Elvis!” (Dan Rather)
“Castro’s personal magnetism is still powerful, his presence is still commanding. Cuba has very high literacy, and Castro has brought great health care to his country.” (Barbara Walters.)
“Fidel Castro is one helluva guy!” (CNN founder Ted Turner.)
Whatever else you might say about Fidel Castro, nobody ever accused him of misreading the U.S. mainstream media.
 “Much more valuable to us than military recruits for our guerrilla army were recruiting American reporters to export our propaganda.” (Fidel Castro’s sidekick Che Guevara, 1959.)
As seen from  the quotes above, the propaganda services by much of the mainstream media for the Castro regime continues apace—despite half a century of terror-sponsorship, mass-murder, and mass-torture by the object of their adulation.

Humberto Fontova
Humberto Fontova was born in Havana, Cuba. He and his family of 5 attempted to leave in 1961, but only 4 of them were successful. He grew up in New Orleans, graduated from the University of New Orleans with a degree in Political Science, and holds a Masters Degree from Tulane University in Latin American Studies. He has authored several books and has appeared on several TV outlets.

Most jews will never stop being Democrats even if it kills them

No matter how anti-Israel, anti-Semitic, anti-poor, anti-business, how racist the Democratic party is, most Jews won’t leave. Paradox of high IQs, but stupid and anti-Jewish political instincts.
Most Jews won't quit Democratic Party even if Hamas' man in Congress Keith Ellison, is named head DNC. They didn't bolt when Jerusalem and God got booed at the 2012 convention, when the Israeli Prime Minister is treated totally disrespectfully by Obama. They didn't bolt after catastrophic Iran deal etc. They don’t bolt when Wikileaks shows top DNC officials anti-semitic. They don’t bolt when it Is revealed Hillary often was overheard saying “ jew bastard…” Jews claim they care about poverty but don’t leave the Democratic Party even when Obamanomics leads to record poverty. Preserving the right to kill a baby in the womb in the ninth month is more important to them than Israel's welfare. All the Jewish kapos in Congress who supported the Iran deal support Ellison. They don’t bolt even when Dems embrace blacklivesmatter which aligns itself with Israel hating Palestinian terror groups.
     Most Jews eschew the Republican Party even though: 1. It is strongly Zionistic, 2. It has always been for civil rights, while the Democratic have always been racists from slave and KKK days until today 3. When capitalism, not socialism has always proven to lift people out of poverty and guaranteed more rights. Jews to flourish much more than the high tax, over regulated, business killing Democratic policies.
     They viciously attack and defame Trump with lies, even though he will be the best thing that ever happened to Israel as a US President, he will fight Jews #1 enemy, Islamic radicalism, even as Democrats appeased them, and his economic policies have always allowed. They are scared by evangelicals, even though evangelicals are the basis of support for Israel in this country.
American Jews are not Jews primarily. They are Jinos. Their main religion is Leftism. Tragic for Jews. tragic for the world..

Friday, November 25, 2016

Why Daniel Gordis is wrong on Donald Trump and Israel

Why Daniel Gordis is wrong on Donald Trump and Israel

Posted on November 21, 2016  and filed under IsraelOpinionU.S..

Donald Trump at the 2016 American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) conference in Washington, DC. Credit: AIPAC.
By Abraham H. Miller/
Whether Jews concerned about Israel agree with Daniel Gordis, they generally not only read what he has to say, but his comments also become a primary source of discussion for days after his articles appear.
This is no less true of the Conservative rabbi’s latest article, about Donald Trump's election victory. But this is less the voice of Gordis’s usual scholarly insight and moderation, and more a page from Lamentations reminding us of his love for Israel and the “danger” that a Trump victory brings to the world’s two largest Jewish communities.
Strange—living in America, I viewed the Trump victory as opening a new and glorious era for American Jews, even though most of them are too wedded to their Democratic Party identification to comprehend what the Obama administration has meant for the Jewish community.
For the last eight years, Barack Obama, the man who allegedly slept at the feet of the anti-Semitic and anti-American Rev. Jeremiah Wright and his messages of black liberation theology, has refused to have Title VI enforced by his administration on behalf of Jewish students. This has meant that while the obscenities of racism and various forms of bigotry are virulently attacked on college campuses with the full weight and power of the federal government, anti-Semitism is not. In fact, as Paul Miller has documented, anti-Semitism on college campuses has become a growth industry. And wherever there is faculty support for the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement against Israel, anti-Jewish incidents are four times more likely to occur, according to Tammi Rossman-Benjamin of the AMCHA Initiative.
There are numerous reasons for this, and the Obama administration’s refusal to implement Title VI to defend Jewish students against hatred is one of them. In sharp contrast, the Trump administration has announced its intention to consider BDS an act of anti-Semitism and to use the full power of the federal government to fight anti-Semitism on campus.
So for those liberal rabbis who share Rabbi Gordis’s concerns about the Trump presidency and are busy sitting shiva (the Jewish mourning ritual) with their congregants while serving warm cocoa and borrowing helper puppies from the local humane society to comfort the mourners, I want to know: Where were you when anti-Semitism was flourishing on our campuses, when Jewish students were being humiliated in class for their Zionism, and when thugs of the radical Muslim persuasion and their leftist allies—with school administration complicity—were preventing Jewish students from attending classes? I’d ask the same question of our Jewish defense organizations and most campus Hillels, but regrettably most of us who study these issues know the answers to those questions.
Gordis is unconcerned with these issues, but he is concerned with what he sees as the rise of anti-Semitism, not in the anti-Semitic thuggery on the college campus, but that the KKK is having a victory march in North Carolina. No, what troubles Gordis isn’t the well-funded student associations that have made college life a living hell for some Jewish students, it’s what he sees as the rise of the KKK.
Perhaps, living in Israel, Gordis is unaware that the North Carolina KKK—at the most generous estimate—numbers 200 members. North Carolina has more than 10 million people, and the Klan has two-thousandths of a percent of that number as its members. Trump can no more control (nor should he) who celebrates his victory than Hillary Clinton can control all those sheikdoms that prayed fervently for hers—although she surely could have controlled the investment they made in her foundation. What expectations did all those sheiks have for the millions they poured into the coffers of the Clinton Foundation? Was it better respect for girls and women as human beings and not as sex objects? No doubt.
Suddenly, Gordis has discovered that America’s Jewish future is at stake. I thought America’s Jewish future was at stake when Title VI was not being used to protect Jewish college students. I thought America’s Jewish future was at stake when the anti-Semitic, cop-hating Black Lives Matter movement was invited to the White House. I thought America’s Jewish future was at stake when Hillary Clinton would be called upon to pay off all those investments made by sheikdoms living in the Middle Ages.
If Gordis is going to read from Lamentations on his forthcoming tour, he will find eager paranoid Jews who share his myopic read of America and think that the Obama administration was the golden age of tolerance for the Jewish community. He will find welcoming audiences at San Francisco’s Commonwealth Club and almost anywhere on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. 
Abraham H. Miller
But as far as those of us who are Americans first and foremost are concerned, Donald Trump is our president-elect—get over it. While Gordis is contemplating what to say to those in the Jewish community who remain in mourning, he should also give due consideration to unpacking his suitcase. He has nothing new to add except to aggravate their misery. His time might be better spent sitting across the table from the Palestinian Authority’s expired-term president, Mahmoud Abbas, giving him a pencil and paper and asking him to draw the boundaries of an acceptable Palestinian state alongside a Jewish state. Now thatshould keep him engaged for some time, if not for eternity.
Abraham H. Miller is a distinguished fellow with the Haym Salomon Center news and public policy group and an emeritus professor of political science, University of Cincinnati. Follow on Twitter @salomoncenter.