Archives for July 2016
by Karen Singer Avrech, Ph.D
In Ameritopia, author Mark Levin points out that Leftist-Progressive ideology strives to create a utopian society. But utopia, Levin asserts, is incompatible with the ideals of individual liberty as formulated by the American Constitution.
The schism between the goal of achieving a so-called perfect society where everyone receives an equal share of wealth, and a society where success is based on free enterprise and individual initiative is delineated in the most fundamental roots of Judaism: The story of the Garden of Eden.
With the Democrat Party’s hard lurch to the left, led by Barack Obama and exemplified by his infamous capitulation to the IslamoNazis of Iran, comes, not surprisingly, a classic Jew-hatred that is usually given social and political legitimacy when it’s disguised as anti-Zionism.
Of course, if you oppose a National home for the Jewish people that makes you—surprise!—a Jew-hater.
The Democrat Party, the party of slavery, the party of the Ku Klux Klan, the party of Jim Crow, the party of Margaret Sanger’s eugenics, is now returning to it’s racist roots by giving power, authority and legitimacy to Jew-haters like Cornell West and James Zogby, both of whom are on the Democrat Party’s platform committee.
In 1965, a frail old man in a wheelchair appeared in the no-budget western, The Bounty Killer. For those of us who love movies, especially westerns, this is a bittersweet moment. Because the man who invented the western movie hero makes his last appearance on the silver screen.
That man was Broncho Billy Anderson.
But Broncho Billy, the first cowboy hero of the motion pictures was a Jewish kid from Little Rock, Arkansas named Max Aaronson, (1880 – 1971).