Agony of the Heart: A Few Comments

Since the beginning of the year, I've been making short videos. No, they aren't professionally produced, and good or bad, they are what they are. I simply wish to say a few words and hopefully, readers will get to know me a little better. Here is my latest video, where I talk about my book, … Continue reading Agony of the Heart: A Few Comments

Scalise Shooting and Echoes of Palestinian Terrorism

Pop, pop! Shots rang out. One witness remembers the gunfire coming out in pairs. Pop, pop! Four people were hit, one a U.S. Congressman. A Republican Congressman. It was a dirty election season, but the mudslinging was child’s play before the vote. Once reality set in that Trump had won, leftwing devastation turned to rage. … Continue reading Scalise Shooting and Echoes of Palestinian Terrorism

The Capital of Israel

Geography lesson: What is the capital of Israel? Capital quizzes should be easy, simply a matter of memorization. Write out the flashcards and study until you’ve got it down pat. At least, that’s normally the case. Unfortunately, when it comes to Israel, politicians have made a mess of things with their typical philandering, playing multiple … Continue reading The Capital of Israel