The following is a beautiful essay written by my friend Susan Chase. I think it brilliantly captures the moment we’re living in and the danger of not standing up to the forces of evil — a lesson we seem to have taken for granted from generations past. Susan has spent a lifetime working to leave the world a better place for the next generation — as a mother, as a therapist, as a teacher, as a performing artist, writer, and director. I believe, as she once did, in the greatness of America. I would like to think we still have what it takes to embody that greatness as she remembers her father’s generation doing. But. Only if we heed her warning…
Continue reading “Regarding “Greatness”: A Baby Boomer’s Lament”
by Norman Horowitz
In the 1950s, while I was defending our country in the Air Force during the Korean War, I was an electronics teacher.
During my teaching career, I encountered well over 1,000 students from all over the world, but primarily from the United States. Most of these kids — average age 18 — had never seen a Jew before (that they were aware of).
Here are some of the things I was asked in class by my students:
- Sergeant, where do you hide your horns?
- Sergeant, what do you do with the bodies of the Christians after you have drained their blood for your rituals?
- Sergeant, how come the fucking Jews get to have a day off to celebrate certain holidays?
There were many more, but enough already. Continue reading “The Responsibility of a Free Press”