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Is the House Burning Down?

AAJC 2022 Update Dear Friend— Thank you for your generous support of the American Alliance of Jews and Christians (AAJC) these past few difficult years. Whatever we have accomplished and however we have helped our Happy Warriors to keep on building has been possible only through your gifts. American artist Charles E. Burchfield painted this...

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AAJC December 2020 Report

Dear Friend, Everyone gets too much mail and we all make frequent use of the delete button, but I implore you to take four minutes to read this note to the end in the hope that it might speak to your heart. Let me start with good news: in spite of the Coronavirus this year, …

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Enjoyable Interview – Rabbi Taylor and Dave Rubin

Happy Friday all of you happy warriors! Susan and I enjoyed this interview this week with our friend, Rabbi Pinchas Taylor and his guest, Dave Rubin. We hope you do too! Why I Left the Left and No Longer Consider Myself an Atheist | Dave Rubin and Rabbi Pinchas Taylor

AAJC Update – December 2019

Dear Friend, The good news is that we see daily evidence that the work of the American Alliance of Jews and Christians (AAJC) is blessed. We are seeing results that we didn’t get back when we started. There is so much more openness, friendship, participation and gratitude for the AAJC than we used to see. …

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No Memory; No Future

Not even 20 years have passed since our country was viciously attacked on September 11.  I think it safe to say that 18 years after Pearl Harbor, the date of December 7 meant something on college campuses, in Hollywood and in all corners of the United States.  Wouldn’t it be reassuring to know that September …

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Nothing New Under the Sun

Thank you to our son, Ari, for reminding us of this quote by Alexander do Tocqueville (1805 -1859) in his magnificent book, Democracy in America. “There is in fact a manly and legitimate passion for equality that spurs all men to wish to be strong and esteemed. This passion tends to elevate the lesser to …

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The great author and playwright, Herman Wouk, today returned to the Lord, aged 104

Herman Wouk spent time with Susan and me in our home in Los Angeles while his classic books, Winds of War and War and Remembrance were in television production. His book that I tend to recommend more than any other is his depiction of Judaism entitled This Is My God.  It is named for the …

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On California’s Radical Policies

We loved this line from Professor Charles R. Kesler in the Wall Street Journal and thought you would enjoy it too: “Karl Marx called his kind of socialism “scientific,” as opposed to his predecessors’ “utopian” fantasies. California appears to be pioneering a third kind, which might be called “infantile.”  Our Democrats strongly suspect their programs …

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When Reality Mimics a Musing

In my February 14, 2019 Susan’s Musing, I reflected on the TV show Hogan’s Heroes as a way of thinking about how to view the pictures of VA Governor Northam and the pictures of him that surfaced from his medical school yearbook. My conclusion was that it is dangerous and stokes the fires of hatred …

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Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein 1952-2019

On February 6, 2019, Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein, the founder of the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews passed away suddenly from a heart attack.  Rabbi Daniel Lapin was asked to write a eulogy for The Jewish Press, which describes itself as, “America’s Largest Independent Jewish Weekly.” Here are some excerpts from that eulogy. It is …

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