Author Archives: Ed Teach

Trevor Talks To Kids

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Germany’s ‘Rent a Jew’ Project Aims to Fight Anti-Semitism

NBC News – by Andy Eckardt, Dec.17.2016 MAINZ, Germany — Do you wish you knew a Jew? If so, you can now rent one. That is the attention-grabbing idea behind a project that aims to promote cultural understanding and dialogue … Continue reading

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Lessons Most of Us Forget

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Barack Obama: We need to elect more women because ‘men are having problems’

The Telegraph – by Helena Horton Barack Obama has called for more women to be elected to office because “because men seem to be having some problems these days.” AFP reported that the former President made these remarks while talking … Continue reading

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Ratko Mladic Is Convicted in 1990s Slaughter of Bosnian Muslims

This article says the killing of 4million Bosnian muslims is the worst European atrocity of the 20th century. MSN THE HAGUE — A United Nations war crimes tribunal convicted Ratko Mladic, the former Bosnian Serb general, on Wednesday of war crimes, … Continue reading

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F-35 Deal: As Always – Israeli Air Force Got What It Wanted, Despite Costs and Concerns

Haaretz – by Amos Harel Sunday’s cabinet decision to approve the acquisition of 17 F-35s for the Israel Air Force is a belated, necessary result to the partial decision the previous government made nearly three years ago. Then, only a … Continue reading

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Israel Decides to Buy 17 Additional F-35 Fighter Jets

Haaretz – by Barak Ravid The security cabinet decided unanimously on Sunday to purchase 17 additional F-35 stealth fighter jets from the United States. The Prime Minister’s Bureau said the new purchase will bring the number of F-35s in the Israel Air … Continue reading

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Meet the Kushners: The Feuding Real Estate Dynasty That Links Donald Trump and Chris Christie

Haaretz – by Allison Kaplan Sommer After dropping his bid for the Republican presidential nomination, New Jersey governor Chris Christie shocked the political world by endorsing Donald Trump – giving the maverick candidate his first real stamp of approval days … Continue reading

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Israel, the Next Flint? Gov’t Dawdling as Desalinated Water Kills

Haaretz – by Peretz Darr Drought has always been a threat of existential proportions in the Middle East. The path Israel chose to mitigate its impact was discussed in the New York Times on May 29, 2015 in an article … Continue reading

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My Picture Went Viral After Hillary Clinton’s Defeat. Here’s How I’m Channeling My Grief

Haaretz – by Jaime Nabrynski My name is Jaime Nabrynski and you may recognize me as “the crying girl” at Hillary Clinton’s election party at New York’s Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. Multiple photos and videos were taken of me … Continue reading

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Is Obama a COMMUNIST? | Wayne Allyn Root

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The Man Without Money

Return to Now In 2000, Daniel Suelo gave away all his worldly possessions, left his last $30 in a phone booth and wandered into the wilderness of the American Southwest. This, he says, is when his life began. The author … Continue reading

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Bernie Sanders Says He’s Lucky to Be White, but What About Jewish?

Haaretz JTA – At a town hall in Nevada Thursday night, Bernie Sanders talked about the advantages of being descended from white, as opposed to darker-skinned, immigrants. Contrasting his experience with the “hatred thrown at” President Barack Obama,” the Democratic presidential … Continue reading

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What Justice Scalia’s Death Means for 6 Cases That Matter to American Jews

Haaretz – by Ron Kampeas JTA  – With the sudden passing this weekend of Justice Antonin Scalia, the Supreme Court is now split four-four between liberals and conservatives, throwing into doubt how the court will rule on a raft of cases … Continue reading

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The Yarmulkes That Cross U.S. Party Lines

Haaretz – by Lior Zaltzman, The Forward When Marc Daniels sells you his campaign yarmulkes at $10 dollars a pop, it’s not just the religious headgear he wants you to take. What he’s selling, he tells me on the phone, is the … Continue reading

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Who Has Hillary Clinton’s Ear on Israel – and What About Bernie Sanders?

Haaretz The top Democrats may be running neck and neck in the early primary states, but when it comes to assembling a stable of advisers on the Middle East, Hillary Clinton is way ahead of her chief rival, Bernie Sanders. … Continue reading

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For Jews and non-Jews in Iowa Alike, Sanders’ Religion Seems to Matter Little

Haaretz – by Josh Tapper JTA – On a frigid night in what has been an unusually cold winter here, Bernie Sanders packed more than 1,200 people into the resplendent Orpheum Theatre, a nearly 90-year-old venue in this western Iowa … Continue reading

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Speaking ‘Palin-ese’, Colbert Endorses Sarah Palin

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Linn County plans $1.4 billion lawsuit over Oregon logging rules

After this happens I’m going to sue Linn County for MY SHARE. Oregon Live SALEM — Hoping a bump in logging on state lands adds millions of dollars to its coffers, Linn County is preparing a $1.4 billion lawsuit accusing Oregon officials of mismanaging … Continue reading

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Jeb Bush: My Brother Was the Strongest Friend to Israel in Modern History

Haaretz Republican presidential hopeful Jeb Bush said his brother, former U.S. President George W. Bush, was “the strongest friend to Israel in modern history,” and that if elected, he has no intention of pursuing a two-state solution for the Israeli-Palestinian … Continue reading

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