Howard Schultz’s Brief Non-Campaign and What it Might Mean

On January 27th, 2019, Howard Schultz appeared on the television news program 60 Minutes, announcing his potential candidacy for the presidency. The Seattle based former CEO of Starbucks said he would run as an Independent, professing his centrist leanings. Considering the response from some Democratic politicians and operatives I'd have to say he struck a … Continue reading Howard Schultz’s Brief Non-Campaign and What it Might Mean

Jewish When Convenient: That Special Tuesday in November

On June 24th, 2018, the New York Post published a piece by Jonathan Neumann entitled "Scar of David". The thrust of his article was that American Judaism was broken, and that the fixation of the left leaning portion of American Jewry on the principle of tikkun olam (repair of the world) was at the heart … Continue reading Jewish When Convenient: That Special Tuesday in November

Ford / Kavanaugh: And Then The Circus Came To Town

In my previous piece concerning the confirmation hearing mess we have been living with I stated that I did not hold an opinion as to whether or not I believed Dr. Ford's accusations against Mr. Kavanaugh were true. As I'm writing this shortly after having finished the previous article (Ford / Kavanaugh: Like It Was … Continue reading Ford / Kavanaugh: And Then The Circus Came To Town