Monthly Archives: April 2012

The President, The Holocaust, And The Redemption Of Elie Wiesel

The President, The Holocaust, And The Redemption Of Elie Wiesel by Gerald A. Honigman My good friend, Charlie, alerted me to a recent article in the American Thinker dealing with President Obama’s Holocaust Day tribute http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2012/04/obamas_come-uppance_from_elie_wiesel_during_self-serving_visit_to_holocaust_museum.html Rather than my reinventing … Continue reading

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The Virtues Of Hamastan

The Virtues Of Hamastan… by Gerald A. Honigman Periodically, the broken record skips back to the beginning, and we hear the same old tune again and again… We poor Arab victims (who “only” have about two dozen states so far–which … Continue reading

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Tales (Tails?) Of Binx And Jahandir…Take 2

Tales (Tails?) Of Binx and Jahandir by Gerald A. Honigman Yes, over the years, I’ve said some of this before. And, no doubt, some have read some of this before. Nevertheless, some issues remain so persistent, urgent, and timely that … Continue reading

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Gaza Vs. Warsaw…Take 2

Gaza Vs.Warsaw…Take 2 by Gerald A. Honigman My friends over at The United West.org http://theunitedwest.org/ recently posted a You Tube, with commentary by Alan Kornman, dealing with yet another “Progressive” dhimmi mouthpiece of the Jihadis, Josh Ruebner. He had given … Continue reading

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Hugo’s Peace Plan…Revisited

Hugo’s Peace Plan…Revisted by Gerald A. Honigman As President Obama gets ready to visit the Summit Of The Americas, my thoughts about the Middle East travel to Latin America as well. Regardless of what does or does not happen between … Continue reading

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Hijackers’ Accomplices…

Hijackers’ Accomplices… by Gerald A. Honigman Reading the paper the other day, I came across a story about Jews (“Jewish settlers”) being ordered, by Israeli officials, to leave some of their new homes in Hebron. Naturally, Hebron’s location was given … Continue reading

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