Brad Hirschfield joined Lou Dobbs and political analysts Alan Colmes and Ed Rollins last night to discuss the Anthony Weiner scandal. Footage not available. From Fox Business, Lou Dobbs Tonight
Dr. Bruce Prescott, host of Religious Talk, discusses the challenge of religious fanaticism, and the situation in the Middle East with Rabbi Brad Hirschfield, co-founder along with Dr. Barbara Boyd, of The Middle Prairie Institute for Religion and Public Life at the University of Oklahoma.
Brad Hirschfield joins At Issue host Ben Merens to discuss the topic.
"Rabbi Brad Hirschfield reminds us that ‘seeking is about realizing that the journey has not ended, but that each place ... demands attention and commitment.’..."
Rabbi Brad Hirschfield joins Lou Dobbs to look at how President Obama will fare with Jewish voters.
"Today marks the 44th anniversary of Israel’s re-unification/liberation/conquest/occupation of Jerusalem. I use all of those terms, not because I agree that they are all necessarily equally legitimate claims, but because they are equally real to different people — all of whom have deep interest in the city, and some of whom shape global events based on those interests..."
"Because memories need to be created, the issue is how we choose to acknowledge the debt we owe to those who have helped to make the lives we enjoy possible. That also means that those who enjoy more of the American Dream have a greater obligation to acknowledge that which we enjoy..."
Political analyst Alan Colmes, Fox News contributor Monica Crowley and National Jewish Center for Learning & Leadership’s Rabbi Brad Hirschfield on the 2012 presidential race and the debate over Medicare reform.
Lou Dobbs and Rabbi Brad Hirschfield talk about the President’s peace plan for the Middle East.
In the lede on 5/26/11: "What will ‘Jewish’ look like as today’s new media evolves into tomorrow’s new media? Learners are increasingly Gamers, Designers, and Builders (Tinkerers). New media landscapes allow learners to develop and hone their affinities, teach themselves, and mentor their virtual peers. They collaborate in problem solving online and offline, and their design skills are increasingly important.