Monthly Archives: October 2010

NPR, Fox, & Whitewashing Wan…er, Juan

NPR, Fox, & Whitewashing Wan…er, Juan by Gerald A. Honigman Talk about irony… Juan Williams recently got the ax from National Public Radio because he admitted on Fox News to nervousness when boarding a plane and seeing folks who first … Continue reading

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Make My Day…

Make My Day by Gerald A. Honigman Where’s “Dirty Harry” when you need him? One of my favorite Hollywood folks of all time, Clint Eastwood, spoke those above words as he dared the bad guys to make a move. We’re … Continue reading

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Oh, How The Mighty Have Fallen…

Oh, How The Mighty Have Fallen… by Gerald A. Honigman The above quote is from 2 Samuel, 1:25, in the Hebrew Bible. It’s part of the account of the death of King Saul and his son, Prince Jonathan, fighting the … Continue reading

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Compromise Vs. Victory

Compromise Versus Victory… by Gerald A. Honigman Speaking at a State Department conference recently regarding the history of American involvement in Southeast Asia, former secretary of state and national security adviser, Henry Kissinger, basically summed up what we faced in … Continue reading

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