The president’s speech last night was the best example of fear mongering I have seen in a long time and I taught Public Speaking for over 25-years. I watched it, along with the Democratic rebuttal and the analysis from a … Continue reading
Category Archives: Terrorism
Jan. 30, 2017 – Ian Lustick, professor of comparative politics and political science at the University of Pennsylvania and author of “Trapped in the War on Terror,” told On Point host Tom Ashbrook Monday that President Trump’s executive order concerning … Continue reading
On LinkedIn’s Sociology Religious group, Aman Shah of Pakistan asked a simple question: Does local / religious leader play an important role in settling feuds? Well, not as simple as to garner a simple answer as “No.” In fact, it … Continue reading
It has been a bit since I have written specifically for the blog. No real excuses, but I have been busy with the holidays and trying to stay away from religious celebrations; with looking for work (I had a job … Continue reading
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“Never again.” Once in a while, you see something on television or YouTube and ask yourself “Why?” As a Jew by tradition and from meeting those that have survived the German Holocaust, Jews and gentiles alike, one phrase remains, unshakable, … Continue reading