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
“Having witnessed the difficulties and dangers experienced by the first Convention which assembled under every propitious circumstance, I should tremble for the result of a Second, meeting in the present temper of America, and under all the disadvantages I have mentioned.” James Madison, “Father of U.S. Constitution”, November 2, 1788 Our U.S. Constitution provides two
The story of George Washington explains what made America great. It inspires and teaches young people how to succeed and be good Americans. This may explain why those who hate America and everything it stands for don’t want the story of George Washington to be told. In 1968, a Democratic President and super-majority in Congress
In 1968, Democrat President Lyndon Johnson and a Democrat super majority in Congress adopted the Uniform Monday Holiday Law. They eliminated Washington’s February 22d birthday as a national holiday. They ignored Abraham Lincoln’s February 12th birthday. They replaced it with a new “President’s Day”. Like most Americans, I didn’t notice it at the time.
Meet Michael Cutler – L&P Fundraising Buffet Come on out for some fun, food and facts on illegal immigration in the United States of America. Sunday, February 17, 2019 – 1:00 to 3:00 pm (Snow Date, February 24, 2019) Gregory’s Restaurant & Bar. 900 Shore Road, Somers Point, NJ Featured Guest Speaker: Michael Cutler. A
Christmas Day 1776: The Beginning of Ten Days In New Jersey That Saved America And Changed The World
Photo from https://www.washingtoncrossingpark.org/. Each Christmas Day, several thousand visitors stand for hours by the Delaware River, just north of Trenton. There, at Washington’s Crossing Park, they watch dozens of re-enactors dressed as soldiers of the state militias and Continental Army of 1776. Usually, the re-enactors board large wooden boats and row from Bucks County, Pennsylvania