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The Boy Who Didn’t Like Tom Hanks

September 24, 2017
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I had never seen my friend Farbman so upset. He was so disturbed he didn’t even touch his second desert at lunch. “It’s my son Bruce,” he said. “In all my days, I never thought something…

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The Man – Trumpian Candidate

July 17, 2017
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If you’ve been having deja vue lately, it’s probably about the movie The Manchurian Candidate. Starring Frank Sinatra and Laurence Harvey, The Manchurian Candidate depicts the Russians planting a clueless operative in the United States to destroy democracy. Just…

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If Everyone Had a Panel of Experts of Their Own Like Hosts on CNN

June 20, 2017
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Incredible! I just got invited to a last minute party at Farbman’s house and if I’m going to go, I’ve got to get ready. I need some advice fast! Okay, I’m going to bring in…

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Joel Tannenbaum, Who Brought Christian Conservative Commentator Kayleigh McEnany Home for Passover Dinner

April 11, 2017
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        We’d been going out for almost three months now and it being Passover I decided the time was right to bring my girlfriend home to meet Mom and Dad. So it…

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The Least Anti-Semitic Person You’ve Ever Seen

February 21, 2017
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I was watching Donald Trump’s impromptu press conference last week, and I heard a young Orthodox reporter ask the President a question about anti-Semitism. “Number one,” replied Mr. Trump,” I am the least anti-Semitic person…

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O Christmas Tree, Dead Christmas Tree

January 3, 2017
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I’ve just never known what to make of those people who leave Christmas lights up and blazing outside their homes until deep into January. Are they still feeling joyous on January 27th or simply slothfully procrastinating the inevitable? Frankly…

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The War on Christmas:  A Film by Ken Burns

December 19, 2016
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The War on Christmas:   A Film by Ken Burns

It has now been over six and one-half years  since the War began, and still no end in sight. It is a brutal war.  One that pits brother against brother, elf against gnome,  reindeer against reindeer,…

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The Trouble with Mr. Serling

September 20, 2016
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  Rod Serling today is rightly regarded as one of the true giants of television, a genius who conceived, innovated, and earned respect for a whole new type and genre of American entertainment. There are few…

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Confessions of a Truman Baby II

August 29, 2016
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In less than a month I will be 66 years old. I doubt very highly I’m going to be getting my kicks on Route 66. Several years I wrote the line that “I am poised…

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Sixties Speak Then and Now

July 19, 2016
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I can’t exactly say that I’d like to go back and relive the era of the 60’s. Then again, right now I’m experiencing a different kind of 60’s, the one with Medicare in the middle,…

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