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I have read tomes about antisemitism. Books that attempted to encapsulate the reasons for, and provide an understanding of this oldest of hatred. There is the psychological angle, the historical angle, the sociological angle, the political and religious perspective. But … Continue reading
I have been absent lately. That is true. In fact, I have been absent in more ways than one and I am not totally certain as to why that was. Whether I chose NOT to write, NOT to read for … Continue reading
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I had originally thought to write a screed about the idiocy of the words “allyship,” “adulting,” and the use of the abbreviation “AF.” Of course, I actually like that two letter word and find it useful right now on so … Continue reading
Tagged adulting, AF, allyship, antisemitism, China, democracy, Gentile, identity politics, LGBTQ, millennial, pc, political correctness, reeducation camps, swearing, Women's March
3 years this December my surgeon called to let me know the original biopsy was wrong. Yes, indeed, I had breast cancer. She said it quickly. Matter of factly. Let me know that it was only level 1 and that … Continue reading
My latest blog at Born Dancing: What to give to a child with a disability? What to give to a parent of this child? Should you ignore the disability and give generic toys, or should you give something that … Continue reading
Tagged Born Dancing, Christmas, disability, fidget toys, gifts, hanukkah, holiday, Magic the Gatehring, noise canceling headphones, Pokemon, presents, sensory friendly, service animals, toys, weighted blankets
Words have meaning. Simply saying them without thinking doesn’t excuse you from their implications. And if you say them, then gaslight the public, accusing the majority of people of being racist, ignorant, or undermining your point, instead of apologizing and … Continue reading
Tagged antisemitism, antiZionism, CNN, first amendment, Fox, freedom of speech, Israel, Marc Lamont Hill, MENA, MLH, Palestine, Palestine Day, politics, UN