D A N I E L P I N N E R Archaeologists digging in Jerusalem in recent weeks discovered an ancient scroll, written on parchment in Greco-Hebraic letters. It appears to be an excerpt from the Hierosolymos Postos [Greek for “Jerusalem Post”]. Carbon dating has reliably determined it to have been written in 166… Continue reading In Those Days, At This Time
P A U L C R A I G R O B E R T S My work documenting how the law was lost began about a quarter of a century ago. A close friend and distinguished attorney, Dean Booth, first brought to my attention the erosion of the legal principles on which… Continue reading The Rule Of Law No Longer Exists In Western Civilization
B R E N D O N B U R C H A R D There comes a time in the lives of those destined for greatness when we must stand before the mirror of meaning and ask: Why, having been endowed with the courageous heart of a lion, do we live as mice? We must… Continue reading The Declaration of Personal Power
It is said that the worst kind of slavery is mental slavery, when the slave actually believes he is free. The Black slave in the American south who is given an extra portion of pig slop and allowed to be unchained for one night as a reward for good behavior might have the tendency to… Continue reading The Government of Israel: Our Protectors or Our Slavemasters?
This article is reprinted from the April, 1998 edition of Your Jerusalem. “With the sound of this coin dropping, the exile officially ends,” declares Reuven Prager dramatically, as he holds one of the newly minted Half Shekel coins just above the gilded chest he built to hold them. “With the loss of sovereignty over the… Continue reading Levites Called to Active Duty
D A N I E L P I N N E R 05:48 – President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad finishes the Fajr prayer in the mosque attached to the Shrine of Fatima Masumeh in Qom. As he steps out and sees the rays of the rising sun strike the golden dome, he receives a thought inspired by… Continue reading The Day the Iranian Nuclear Missile was Launched
American Jews contemplating aliyah (immigration) to Israel may want to do some serious financial research before taking the plunge. This article assumes that the new immigrant (olei hadash) has or will acquire dual Israeli-U.S. citizenship. There are several U.S. laws which will impact on olim (immigrants). Olim will need not only to be aware of… Continue reading Jews Making Aliyah Beware: The Tax Man Cometh
This article is reprinted from the March, 1998 edition of Your Jerusalem and was the first in a three part series detailing some of the lesser known but fully documented activities of Dr. Alfred Heinz (Henry) Kissinger. The focus of the first part is background: Kissinger’s early years which, it will become clear, strongly shaped… Continue reading Kissinger-Nazi Connections, Part 1
Exiting the Temple Mount later, I reflected on my ruses. Yes, I had successfully tricked the police and the Waqf (the Islamic trust) who control our holy site. But the fact that I – like all Jews there – was reduced to this chicanery is actually a testament of poverty.
CARPATHIAN MOUNTAIN HOUSE 1) The average American consumes about 2.7 lbs. of candy per week (the equivalent of 6 chocolate bars). 2) In 1915, a typical person consumed 15-20 lbs of sugar a year. Today, one may consume his or her body weight in sugar. 3) Sugar is divested of all its nutrients in processing.… Continue reading Sugar – White, Pure and Dangerous