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Gentrification in West Dallas brings worry over streets named for Amos and Andy

Robert Wilonsky, City Columnist Pauline Hamilton has lived on Amos Street in West Dallas since 1952. Her kids — six of them — grew up here when it was a neighborhood “where everybody knew everybody,” as Pauline said. I met two of Hamilton’s kids Monday … Continue reading

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Comebacks for Converts

Originally posted on Coffee Shop Rabbi:
Image: Two faces with speech balloons. (Artwork by nchlsft/shutterstock.) Last week I posted an entry that seemed to hit a nerve: Talking About Converts.  I thought it might be good to follow up with…

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The End of Prophecy: Malachi’s Position in the Spiritual Development of Israel

Rabbi Hayyim Angel is Rabbi of Congregation Shearith Israel, the historic Spanish and Portuguese Synagogue of New York City—founded 1654. He teaches Bible at Yeshiva College and is the author of three books and numerous articles. This article appears in … Continue reading

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The Newton You Never Knew

The Newton You Never Knew by Dr. Arnie Gotfryd “In science, the search is only for the physical root and source of things whereas through Torah, one can discern the spiritual root. In this way, one can also know the … Continue reading

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Isaac Newton, Reform Jew?

  In a little write-up on a panel in New York of ex-Evangelical Christians turned secular literary intellectuals, Tablet magazine quotes critic James Wood of The New Yorker on Isaac Newton: Isaac Newton could quite happily exist today if he … Continue reading

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The Globalist Long Game – Redefine Liberty Activism As Evil “Populism”

Submitted by Brandon Smith via, One of the most favored propaganda tactics of establishment elites and the useful idiots they employ in Marxist and cultural-Marxist circles is to relabel or redefine an opponent before they can solidly define themselves.  In … Continue reading

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Was There Once a Different Hebrew Script?

Ketav Ivri vs. Ketav Ashurit By Yehuda Shurpin Question I recently read about some ancient writings that were in a script called Proto-Hebrew, which the Jews supposedly used to write in before the current Hebrew script. What’s up with that? … Continue reading

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How the Gospels were created. What the Church doesn’t want you to know?

Repost from FORGED ORIGINS OF THE NEW TESTAMENT By Tony Bushby. In the fourth century, the Roman Emperor Constantine created a composite god, and commissioned the writing and compilation of the Gospels and Epistles of the New Testament. It has often … Continue reading

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Before Going Viral Was a Thing Millions around the world were glued to their televisions and praying for her safety as dozens of rescuers worked night and day to save Jessica McClure from inside an abandoned well. In 1987, Baby Jessica made national news when … Continue reading

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1 of the Main Reasons It’s Still So Hard to Understand Why Hillary Clinton Lost

                  If you feel devastated and puzzled that while Hillary Clinton received more individual votes than Donald Trump, she will not be the next president, grab a tissue and allow us to … Continue reading

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