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Happy Passover

April 19, 2019 by


To our Jewish friends (and our enemies as well), may G*D grant you a Blessed Passover Seder. Find more ecards at Advertisements

Starting Holy Week With Murders

April 15, 2014 by


By Alan Caruba ~ There’s something very sad about the murders in Kansas City that began the holy week for Jews—Passover—and the forthcoming Easter for Christians. The two events are closely linked biblically and historically. The murders are a rebuke to both faiths. There is irony and tragedy in the murder of William Lewis Corporon […]

Celebrating Passover And Survival

April 11, 2014 by


By Alan Caruba ~ At sundown on Monday, April 14, Jews around the world will celebrate Passover with the traditional Seder dinner. Passover is about the exodus from Egypt and a reminder that they were slaves until led to freedom by Moses. Passover is an annual reminder of the survival of Jews and Judaism against […]

Are We All Metaphorically Jewish?

March 26, 2013 by


By Alan Caruba ~ America is rightly called a Christian nation. The new Pope Francis represents 1.2 billion Catholics worldwide. There are 1.5 billion Muslims. There are more than 959 million Hindus and more than 467.5 million Buddhists. The world’s Jews, however, are a scant 14 million or so. The two main locales of their […]

Passover 2012

April 5, 2012 by


By Alan Caruba ~ If you want to understand what Israelis and most Diaspora Jews think about the threats made against Israel, ask any Holocaust survivor. They will tell you, “When somebody says they want to kill you, you should believe them.” Below are two excerpts from a March 30 Jerusalem Post article by Martin […]

Happy Income Redistribution Day + More

April 18, 2011 by


The Patriot Post  Brief The Foundation “No taxes can be devised which are not more or less inconvenient and unpleasant.” –George Washington Government “Rhetorically, Obama defines the ‘rich’ as millionaires like himself or billionaires like Warren Buffet. But in reality he sets his sights considerably lower: households (and small businesses) that make more than $250,000 […]

Everyone Wants a Piece of Passover

April 18, 2011 by


By Alan Caruba A recent article by Diane Cole in The Wall Street Journal, “Is Passover the New Christmas?” took note of the way some Christians are embracing Passover and giving it their own interpretation, though she says it “seems an unlikely phenomenon.” Maybe not. Christianity draws much of its substance from Judaism and would […]