Obama can be doubted, but maybe not before a college audience

Posted on March 4, 2015 - Filed Under Uncategorized | Leave a Comment

Former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani’s claim that President Obama does not love America, while perhaps unartfully phrased, is defensible. Surely the president’s intention, stated publicly when he was running for president, “to fundamentally transform America” suggests a strong aversion to America as it now exists. Moreover, he has condemned the American people for [...]

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Emails to the Brandeis University student newspaper and to the president of Brandeis University

Posted on January 9, 2015 - Filed Under Uncategorized | Leave a Comment

Readers of the Justice should consider the following facts relevant to the issue of police “racism” and to the controversy involving Khadijah Lynch and Daniel Mael: *The forensic evidence in the Ferguson matter showed incontrovertibly — and was corroborated by witnesses, several of them black — that Brown’s hands were down, not up, and that [...]

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Email to Columbia Law School on its Allowing Students Traumatized by Non-Indictments to Postpone Final Examinations

Posted on December 9, 2014 - Filed Under Uncategorized | 1 Comment

Robert Scott Interim Dean Columbia Law School New York, New York Dear Dean Scott: Your law school’s policy of allowing students traumatized by the recent decisions of grand juries in Missouri and New York to postpone their final examinations would be laughable if it wasn’t so indicative of the moral bankruptcy of American high education [...]

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Contrary to Georgetown Prof’s Claims, Dean Says Center Receives Taxpayer Support

Posted on September 24, 2014 - Filed Under Uncategorized | Leave a Comment

I wrote this piece for the blog at Campus Watch, which I direct.   Asked recently if Georgetown University’s Center for Contemporary Arab Studies (CCAS) receives federal Title VI funds, director Osama Abi-Mershed answered, “we are not tax supported.” His dean, James Reardon-Anderson, begs to differ. Following the revelation that the directors of six federally-funded Middle East studies centers signed a letter pledging ”not [...]

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Will Taxpayer-supported Title VI Middle East Studies Centers Boycott Israel?

Posted on September 5, 2014 - Filed Under Uncategorized | Leave a Comment

The following appeared originally at Campus Watch, which I direct. Will the taxpayer-supported Middle East studies centers at five American universities join a boycott of Israeli academic institutions? Or were their directors, who signed a recent letter pledging “not to collaborate on projects and events involving Israeli academic institutions,” engaged in personal protests that won’t affect their [...]

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Email Exchange with an anti-Israel Professor

Posted on August 6, 2014 - Filed Under Uncategorized | Leave a Comment

—–Original Message—– From: Bergman, Jay (History) Sent: Wednesday, August 06, 2014 9:06 AM To: xxxxxxxxxxxxx; Listserv-campusforum Subject: RE: 10 killed at UN school: moral outrage and criminal act – UN Secretary General; disgraceful shelling, no justification – US State Department Dear xxxxx, I’ve read your posting carefully. There is evidence — suggestive if not conclusive [...]

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President Obama Must Cease his Relentless Hostility to Israel

Posted on August 4, 2014 - Filed Under Uncategorized | Leave a Comment

The following appeared in the Providence Journal (RI), the Connecticut Jewish Ledger, and the Journal Inquirer in Manchester CT: President Obama’s demand for an unconditional and immediate cease-fire in the fighting between Israel and Hamas, which would leave the latter with the wherewithal to murder Israeli civilians in the future, is just the most recent [...]

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JOSEPH J. SHATTAN, 1950 – 2014

Posted on July 3, 2014 - Filed Under Uncategorized | Leave a Comment

JOSEPH J. SHATTAN, 1950 – 2014 For 7 months, I worked alongside Joseph J. Shattan as one of the Heritage Foundation’s 3 Major Gifts Writers. Perhaps because he was Brooklyn & I was South Yonkers and we were close in age, we hit it off right away – same sense of humor, same love of [...]

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Brandeis and Double Standards

Posted on May 13, 2014 - Filed Under Uncategorized | Leave a Comment

Online at the website of the Weekly Standard: http://www.weeklystandard.com/print/blogs/brandeis-and-double-standards_791299.html (May 12, 2014) Support for the decision of Brandeis University not to award Ayaan Hirsi Ali an honorary degree, after previously announcing it would do so, has coalesced around the notion that while Islamic radicalism can be criticized, even condemned, one cannot criticize Islam itself. By condemning [...]

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Email Exchange on the Ayaan Hirsi Ali Honorary Degree Fiasco at Brandeis University with Stephen Whitfield, the Max Richter Professor of American Civilization at Brandeis

Posted on April 28, 2014 - Filed Under Uncategorized | Leave a Comment

Dear Professor Whitfield: I appreciative your taking the trouble to respond to my email to President Lawrence. I have read your response carefully. But I find your arguments unpersuasive. You sharply distinguish Islamism and Islam: the first should be criticized, even condemned, the latter should not. And you imply strongly that the former is a [...]

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