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Secrets of Talmudic Judaism: Tikkun Olam

This article is the second in a series covering lesser-known aspects of Judaism. It doesn’t take a political genius to see that we’ve got a...

Food For Thought – Forgetting The Past Is Doomed For A...

Anshel Pfeffer, who previously served with the Israeli Defense Forces’ Golani Brigade (known for shooting children in the testicles and pregnant women with live...

Food For Thought – The NO HATE Act Is ANTIFA’s License...

The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) is wringing its hands over a Soviet style piece of legislation being proposed to accelerate the collapse of...

Judeo-Islamic values

In bad times, you find out who your friends are. And your enemies. A brief summary of who is responding to the tragic Notre Dame...

Food For Thought – Cartooning A Crime Against Jews

Over the last couple of years I’ve taken a shine to the art of cartooning. Regularly submitting my parody pastimes to your XYZ (with...

Food For Thought – The Religious Extremism Behind Open Borders

The latest Islamic attack by Somali Muslim Hassan Khalif Shire Ali has prompted public officials, ranging from Australian Police to Prime Minister Scott Morrison,...

Food For Thought – Chickens Coming Home To Roost

Haaretz has come out today posing this two part question: As I pointed out last week in this article, Israel hasn’t exactly been acting as...

Food For Thought – Nationalism vs Kosher Caravan

Haaretz has reported today on a new poll that indicates support for Israel is plummeting in the United States: This article comes only days after...

Food For Thought: When Will Goys Get With The Program

Last night while scrolling through the daily cringe-fest on Google’s “News” alerts, I came across this opinion piece by kosher columnist Anshel Pfeffer over...