This 2015 cartoon is but one of many that were routinely published in “mainstream” daily newspapers like our own PressofAtlanticCity.com after Barack Obama became President in 2009. These distorted, sinister images are called “Stuermer” (Stormtrooper) caricatures. They take their name from that Nazi newspaper which used them so effectively in the 1920s &
Submitted by Catherine Mondy-Boyce, Delmont, Cumberland County, NJ Memorial Day is an opportunity to treat family and friends to BBQ made with that “secret rub”, go to a ballpark and cheer on the home team, or cool off at the local pool. But before we enjoy the day, it is important to remember why we
Kate Smith quit nursing school at age 19 to sing for a show in Atlantic City. She then moved up to Broadway. Four years later, she was writing and recording hit songs for Columbia records, and singing on national radio. On November 11, 1938, Kate introduced Irving Berlin’s “God Bless America” on national radio. That
For days last month, sickening lies like this were repeated hour after hour on virtually every TV and Radio Network — Including Fox News Radio! “The Philadelphia Flyers removed Kate Smith’s statue, and will no longer play her recording of ‘God Bless America’ because she sang racist songs in the 1930’s”. It was all a
On Saturday, April 20, 2019, The Philadelphia Flyers covered their statue of Kate Smith. The following day, they removed it. (Photo by USA Today) On Armistice Day (Now Veteran’s Day), November 11, 1938, Kate Smith inspired America. That day, she sang Irving Berlin’s “God Bless America” for the first time on national radio.
Tonight’s “Minor” Jewish Holiday Of Purim Gives Powerful Warning To The Wealthy And Privileged of All Faiths
Purim begins tonight, the night of the full moon in Adar, the last month of the Jewish calendar. Children in religious Jewish neighborhoods in Lakewood and Brooklyn dress up in costumes and deliver treats from house to house instead of asking for them–like a reverse Halloween. This is done to celebrate the delivery of scrolls