Colors: Cyan Color

Last Sunday, thousands rallied in front of the US Capitol against rising anti-Semitism in solidarity with the Jewish people. In Queens, we have in the last few months witnessed violent acts of hate against Jewish people on our streets, synagogues defaced with swastikas, and candidates for local public office calling for the elimination of Israel while demonizing Jewish people for supporting the Jewish state. As Americans, this upsurge of anti-Semitism across the ideological and partisan divide should deeply trouble us all. It’s what led me to visit Germany to further educate myself about Holocaust history and this new anti-Semitism.

The attempted stabbing murder of Rabbi Shlomo Noginski in Boston on Thursday, July 1, is a stark reminder of the danger of the times we live in, and the challenge all Jews must face now. Jew-haters have become more emboldened, not just across America, but throughout the Diaspora / Exile, and are committing violent attacks with truly alarming frequency.

This past weekend, tens of thousands of Cubans took to the streets to demand an end of the dictatorship that has ruled their lives for three generations.  Waving American flags and chanting “Freedom,” these Cuban dissidents are risking their lives to have a hope of liberty. Meanwhile, the Left in the United States is increasing its march towards tyranny.

Rep. Don Bacon: “I Committed to Rabbi Hofstedter That We in Congress
Will Do Everything in Our Power to Ensure the Safety of the Jewish People”

Sometimes wonderful, illuminating flashes of light can come from the most unlikely of places.

This past week, America celebrated the 245th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence.  This used to be a day of celebration and appreciation of the United States of America and all the accomplishments made over the last two centuries.  Instead, it became a bash-fest for the usual suspects: leftists who don’t seek to reform the nation, but seek to destroy it.

One of the most inspirational and patriotic sports movies of all time is 2004’s Miracle.  This movie was about more than the United States victory over the Soviet Union in Lake Placid in 1980; it was about what we as Americans were fighting for. But the Age of Miracle is over.