"...When Mr. Rangel asks, “What would Jesus do?” or considers what Moses, Muhammad, or the Buddha would say regarding our fiscal woes, he makes a colossal and all-too-typical mistake by assuming that they would certainly agree with him..."
In a letter to the editor responding to an opinon piece entitled ‘Bolton’s insight was invaluable’ Joe Berkofsky of the Jewish Federations of North America was critical, saying "it fails to mention the other speakers at the event, who covered a broad spectrum of topics in the Jewish world. The afternoon included presentations from Jewish federation executives Steven Nasatir of Chicago and John Ruskay of New York, as well as Rabbi Irwin Kula...
"Rosh Ha’ayin [Israel] celebrated the Grand Opening of its promenade and the success was even beyond expectations. The cornerstone of the opening was the 2,000 food tastings and cooking demonstrations created by the New Orleans chefs, Israelis chefs, and volunteers including Rabbi Brad Hirschfield, Alan Franco, and countless others..."
"...The cartoon published by Richard Falk, United Nations’ Special Rapporteur on Human Rights in the Palestinian Territories, is not only anti-Semitic, as charged by ADL head Abe Foxman, it is also obviously anti-American. But the worst thing about the cartoon is that it is not surprising..."
Brad Hirschfield joined Chris Cotter, Kevin Williamson from the National Review, and Ellis Henican, FNC Contributor, to discuss Rick Perry distancing himself from George Bush.
Fox News, 7/6/11 From Fox Business, Lou Dobbs Tonight
"Sometimes I dream I’m the one who kills Hitler.
It’s simple. I walk up to him,
shoot him in the face, and watch his head
explode into a million
glass pieces that clink on the floor
like a Saturday morning cartoon character’s.
Except he doesn’t get back up..."
By Janet R. Kirchheimer from The Jewish Writing Project
Rabbi Brad Hirschfield responds to questions via video on topics of the day. Today: Drones; Casey Anthony trial; Is dogma killing the Republicans?
"‘There simply is no city in the world where Jews are more integrated, feel more comfortable, have more influence, and are more creative Jewishly and otherwise than New York City, and that includes Jerusalem and Tel Aviv,’ said Rabbi Irwin Kula, president of Clal – the National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership. ‘Jews remain very well organized to protect and ensure their interests, and are key cultural influentials at every level of society.’..."
Rabbi Brad Hirschfield joins Fox News LIVE to discuss faith on the 4th of July.
Rabbi Brad Hirschfield responds to questions via video on topics of the day. Today: Dominique Strauss–Kahn, Timothy Geithner and a holiday weekend.