The IRS Was Targeting Conservative Groups a Decade Ago

Posted on May 14, 2013 - Filed Under Uncategorized | Leave a Comment

With news that the Obama administration has used the IRS to target conservative groups applying for nonprofit status, I thought a look back at the experience of Democracy Project’s founders would be instructive. In 2003, the Dallas office of the IRS required us to answer 26 questions that were clearly designed to trip us up, [...]

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A Tale of Two Synagogues

Posted on May 4, 2013 - Filed Under Uncategorized | Leave a Comment

FrontPage Magazine published my article on the lead up to the great speeches of Pamela Geller and Greg Buckley, Sr. at Chabad of Great Neck and Congregation Beth-El of Edison, NJ on April 14, which was a victorious day for truth and freedom.  “A Tale of Two Synagogues”  This is the story of the glorious [...]

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The Desert Within Each of Us

Posted on April 1, 2013 - Filed Under Uncategorized | Leave a Comment

Immediately upon reading new Pope Francis’ Easter speech in St. Peter’s Square, I tweeted, “Read the beautiful #Easter message from #PopeFrancis for inspiration on what this day is really about.” Within Pope Francis’ speech, he stated: How many deserts, even today, do human beings need to cross! Above all, the desert within, when we have [...]

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Nassau County Human Rights Censor

Posted on March 24, 2013 - Filed Under Uncategorized | 1 Comment

The fraudulent interfaith community has launched a coordinated attack to shut down the April 14th breakfast event at Great Neck Synagogue featuring Pamela Geller and Greg Buckley, Sr.  What makes this so appalling is that this wonderful event was planned and executed to enable Greg Buckley, Sr. to tell the story of his son’s tragic [...]

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The Battle for Chavez’ Legacy

Posted on March 23, 2013 - Filed Under Uncategorized | Leave a Comment

Perhaps nobody can write of the despicable legacy of Hugo Chavez better than DP friend and Human Rights Foundation President Thor Halvorssen. As a member of the Venezuela diaspora, Halvorssen has been battling Chavez’ thugs since he came to power, and his mother was even shot by them. In this excellent article in Reason Magazine, [...]

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Open Letter to CUNY Chancellor Matthew Goldstein

Posted on February 24, 2013 - Filed Under Uncategorized | Leave a Comment

I sent the following letter to Chancellor Matthew Goldstein, Brooklyn College officials, and local Councilmembers calling for Brooklyn College President Karen Gould, and Political Science Dept. Chairperson Paisley Currah to be fired. It was also published as an open letter on FrontPageMag. As one reader astutely pointed out “Larry Summers was fired as President of [...]

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An American Patriot: Ambassador Mark Palmer

Posted on February 9, 2013 - Filed Under Uncategorized | Leave a Comment

The day I met Ambassador Mark Palmer was a whirlwind — he stopped by Hudson Institute in 2003 with an idea — to put the ideas set forth in his brilliant book, Breaking the Real Axis of Evil into law. Mark was that way, a bit like the Tasmanian Devil with a bow-tie — he [...]

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A Wobbly Choice

Posted on February 7, 2013 - Filed Under Uncategorized | Leave a Comment

There is no better summary of President Obama’s view of American foreign policy and the use of our nation’s power in this century than the nomination of former Nebraska Senator Chuck Hagel as Secretary of Defense. Like John Kerry, Hagel is a decorated Vietnam veteran who can no longer stomach the sight of war. He’d [...]

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Sad Day for the Republic

Posted on February 6, 2013 - Filed Under Uncategorized | Leave a Comment

Many conservatives and libertarians don’t like the United States Postal Service (USPS), but my response to them has always been, “at least it’s in the Constitution.” “Article I, Section 8, Clause 7 of the United States Constitution, empowers Congress ‘To establish Post Offices and post Roads.’” So much of what our Federal Government participates in [...]

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Letter to the anti-Semites at Brooklyn College

Posted on February 4, 2013 - Filed Under Uncategorized | 2 Comments

The following excellent letter, written by Jeffrey Wiesenfeld, City University of New York Trustee, was originally slated to be published as an op-ed in the New York Post, but was cancelled when all available space went to memorialize Ed Koch. The letter was written to the administration at Brooklyn College in response to the upcoming [...]

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