April 1, 2014, - 4:50 pm

Jonathan Pollard: His Release Should Not Come at a Price (Fraud David Horowitz Opposed Pollard Release)

By Debbie Schlussel

For the last few days, there’s been news that Jonathan Pollard, the Naval intelligence analyst who was convicted of spying for Israel decades ago, may be released by the Obama Administration in exchange for Israel releasing several hundred more Palestinian terrorist murderers, stopping all Jewish construction in the so-called “territories” (including Jerusalem), and continuing in absurd negotiations with Palestinian terrorists bent on Israel’s and the Jews’ destruction.

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My view is that Jonathan Pollard should not be released for a price. And, in this case, the price is too high. Pollard, who is deathly ill, should simply be released. Spying against America is a crime and should be punished. But he’s done far more time than he should have, and he should have been released long ago. No American’s freedom should become a pawn in America’s gambit to get Israel to commit suicide.

Then, there are frauds, like David Horowitz and Newt Gingrich, who claim to be pro-Israel and against anti-Semitism, and who blindly, moronically oppose Pollard’s release. The bread-and-circus-ingesting few Jewish conservatives foolishly continue to buy Horowitz’s crap when he is literally all over the map when it comes to Jews, Islam, anti-Semitism, and anti-White racism.







At a speaking engagement for which they were paid oodles of money by an organization that is a front for the Republican Jewish Coalition (the RINO-JINOs who promote Islamic terrorism and its supporters), Horowitz, Michael Medved, and Jack Abramoff’s co-conspirator rabbi, Daniel Lapin, all openly said on video (I have the video) that they oppose Pollard’s release and that American Jews are not patriots. Actually, Lapin made that statement, and Horowitz said NOTHING! in response to that anti-Semitic statment. Medved was silent, too. Only Ruth Wisse, a brilliant Harvard professor (I own and recommend all of her books!), spoke truth to power and said Pollard should have been released and is still in jail pursuant to an anti-Israel, anti-Semitic agenda. Today, Gingrich–whose show on CNN has like two viewers–tweeted against a Pollard release, even though Pollard is eligible for parole, next year.

Longtime readers know I’ve always endorsed Pollard’s release. We’ve been far harsher on him–because he’s a Jew and because he spied for Israel–than we were on any other spies from friendly countries. In fact, spies from enemy nations like China were treated far better and got lesser sentences. And part of the reason for this is that an anti-Semitic Black judge sentenced him and an even more anti-Semitic, self-hating, anti-Israel Reagan Defense Secretary, Casper Weinberger, insisted on throwing the book at Pollard. (It should be noted that Weinberger, himself, could have faced criminal prosecution and jail time, but Ronald Reagan pardoned him.) Pollard was also blamed for a lot of leaked intelligence that turned out to have been sold by Aldrich Ames and Robert Hanssen to the Soviets and other enemies. And it should be noted that the intelligence Pollard shared with Israel was intelligence on Iran and other enemies of Israel in the Middle East–intelligence that America was required to give Israel pursuant to intelligence-sharing treaties both countries signed, but only one country (Israel) abided by.

Now, Israel–which has no business negotiating with Palestinians who won’t recognize the Jewish State and who do not speak for HAMAS, anyway–is under pressure from lame duck Obama and Lurch Heinz-Kerry a/k/a Mr. Teresa to continue peace talks. And it’s under pressure to release several hundred more Islamic terrorist murderers who killed Israeli Jews and Christians in cold blood. And it’s under pressure to stop building homes for Jews in Israel’s capital, the eternal Jewish Capital of Jerusalem. If Israel had any cojones whatsoever, it would tell Obama and Kerry where to go. They are lame ducks and they have no power with only 2.5 years left of America’s worst presidency before the next America’s worst presidency of Cankles Rodham Clinton. Israel should do to Obama what Egypt did when Obama protested the removal of the Muslim Brotherhood from power: IGNORE. HIM.

But, no. Instead, Israel is about to make a deal for Jonathan Pollard’s release that comes with a price. And the price is too high. Israel should demand Pollard’s release without any quo. Israel should long ago have demanded Pollard’s release before agreeing to come to any of the many phony bargaining tables it’s come to with the food, while Palestinians and other Muslims came with a fork and a sharpened knife.

Israel should also have never begun its endless one-sided releases of mass murdering terrorists, which I’ve decried for years. Would America release Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, just because an ally demanded it? Well, yeah, I guess we are basically doing that with Gitmo catch and release of hardened killers who return to kill some more. But you get the point. Would the U.S. also start negotiating with Al-Qaeda because an ally demanded it? Why don’t we give Hezbollah Dearbornistan, Dearbornistan Heights, Canton, and all the other cities they are taking over anyway? Why not give Al-Qaeda a state here? Would we say that Blacks can’t build in certain cities in America, just because an ally demanded it? Would America tell Blacks they can no longer live in cities like Nairobi and Soweto because they’re now Islamic land called Al-Schmuds?

Hell no to each and all of these. So why on earth would Israel do these things? It’s moronic. These actions that Lurch Heinz-Kerry demands from Israel while doing Obama’s bidding should be met with laughter and, then, “No way, habibi.”

And none of these things should be done to secure Jonathan Pollard’s release. Jonathan Pollard’s life should not be a political football in the West’s aim to amputate and stab Israel to death. He deserves to be freed.

But not at a price. Not at any price. And definitely not at this price.

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I don’t understand the Israeli leaders and citizens that are Liberals, and can’t see their suicidal policies.

Righteous judgement demands the death penalty for murderers — I read it in an old Jewish history book

Dale Zalaoras on April 1, 2014 at 5:12 pm

Not at any price – in a sane world. Ours is anything but such a world.

Abu Bluff has broken his word and it appears Israel intends to reward him anyway.

All of this is not going to bring about peace but the point is simply to make every one involved in the PLO-Israel pretend peace talks look good.

Its hard to see how doing evil has ever brought about good.

We know the Arabs don’t want peace and are resolutely committed to Israel’s destruction but Israel’s terminally stupid leaders will do anything to keep them happy.

And sadly, more Jews will pay the price for that betrayal down the road.

NormanF on April 1, 2014 at 5:48 pm

Let us put it bluntly. Obama is holding Jonathan Pollard hostage to force Israel to trade concessions and murderers for him.

Those who stole and gave the plans for a new defense chip to China got 1 year.

An Egyptian American citizen got three years for sending classified missile technology to Egypt.

An FBI agent got very little time for giving secrets to his Soviet girlfriend.

Yet, if one looks at the letters to the major newspapers, they will see people saying Jonathan Pollard should rot in jail, the blame all Jews for Pollard, they attack Israel, etc.

Liberal American Jewish leaders love to say how very little Anti-Semitism exists in America. I guess they don’t look at the White House or the letters sections of the newspapers.

Jonathan E. Grant on April 1, 2014 at 6:19 pm

    Absolutely correct, Jon but latest word is that Pollard deliberately skipped his parole hearing so as not to be eligible. He is opposed to being traded for even a single terrorist despite the personal cost. I agree wholeheartedly with this and we MUST not make any concessions for his release. I can’t speak for Horowitz. I don’t like him and agree with Debbie but I do think speaking opposition for Pollard, especially after the Shalit debacle, is the only way our government is at least “negotiating” over this. Had some of us not spoken out against release, the doors would have opened long ago. Rabbis here are opposed to it and Rav Eliahu, the Chief Rabbi of Tsafat and son of the late Chief Rabbi of Israel, are opposed to release and have visited Jonathan Pollard and counseled him regarding the matter. There is historical precedent and ironically, it resulted in the release of the prisoner and greater respect for Jews. Read abut it here:
    http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/articles/10581-meir-of-rothenburg-meir-b-baruch

    Meira on April 2, 2014 at 3:32 am

      Getting back to Shalit, what did we get for him? More murders and his mealy mouthed whinings to Bibi that “we” should release Jonathan Pollard, as if “we” can do anything about it. I’m sure he’s very happy sitting in his little leftist village when he sees how emboldened the enemy has become in the past 1.5 years since his release.

      Meira on April 2, 2014 at 3:35 am

        1- Since when do loyal soldiers put those they defend at risk (by allowing murderers to walk free)?

        2- I wonder if there’s any truth to a claim from the American ex-patriate Jewgrass banjo player who claims to have been in a situation similar to Mr. Pollard’s: when he was doing xlation work in 1973 he read US info that he assumed was also being sent where it should go. He refused the urge to send it himself.

        Teku — the matter (was Pollard set up?) will be resolved in a time beyond mine.

        malca on April 4, 2014 at 7:01 pm

Horowitz, Medved and Gingrich are mouthpieces of the Republican establishment. Their positions on this issue are telling us that the Republicans will not lift a finger to defend Israel in anything except campaign sound bytes.

As another index of their failure to defend Israel, has anyone ever heard a prominent Republican politician come out strongly against BDS?

Especially have they ever come out against BDS when speaking on a campus where it is an issue?

Little Al on April 1, 2014 at 6:30 pm

    You’re not wrong, Little Al. But all you have said doesn’t mean the Democrats get a pass, either. The harsh reality is that, as always, the Jews must rely only on God, not on the goodwill of a world that mostly just doesn’t like them very much.

    phillip slepian on April 2, 2014 at 12:12 pm

I say lets free Pollard and lock up Obama. He has done far more damage to us.

john on April 1, 2014 at 6:51 pm

is israel worth sacrificing
is the holy land
is all moral principle

is all jewish belief
since the time of
abraham and isaac
worth surrendering

how is m pollard worth
the total destruction of
judaism

prestigio on April 1, 2014 at 8:04 pm

Israel has never had a real partner to negotiate with

HK on April 1, 2014 at 9:57 pm

There are only two reasons that Pollard has been locked up for so long: (1) he’s Jewish; and (2) he’s pro-Israel. It’s really a simple as that.

Interestingly, Bill Clinton actually wanted to free Pollard toward the end of his administration, but the CIA would not give him their blessings. On the contrary, then CIA director George Tenet, an anti-Jew as they come, was vehemently opposed to freeing Pollard and threated to resign.

Bill Clinton, unfortunately, did not have the balls to oppose the CIA’s interests. (Clinton knew all too well what really happened to his idol, JFK, after JFK fired CIA director Allen Dulles and other top brass at the CIA and threatened to tear the CIA “into a thousand pieces.” And after JFK’s execution in a coup, LBJ appointed Dulles to the Warren Commission–which really should have been called the Dulles Commission–to ensure that the execution would be covered up.)

Ralph Adamo on April 2, 2014 at 12:51 am

    Yessir, the idea that Kennedy was assassinated by a left-winger is just red-baiting — or is it guilt by association. Something like that.

    Little Al on April 2, 2014 at 7:58 am

      Al, you obviously know next to nothing about the JFK murder. I have studied it for years and have been on top of the latest developments.

      Did you know that Lee Harvery Oswald met with David Atlee Phillips in September 1963, two months before the murder? You probably don’t even know who Phillips was.

      I’ll spoon feed you. Phillips was the CIA’s chief of operations in the Western hemisphere, and was the CIA’s key point man in Latin America, including Cuba.

      Thanks to the terrific investigative work of Gaeton Fonzi, the brave witness Antonio Veciana (who was later shot in the head, but survived), and Senator Richard Schweiker, this additional important close connection between the CIA and Oswald has seen some light.

      But, importantly, Veciana wrote a letter to Marie Fonzi, Gaeton’s widow, on November 22, 2013 confirming that the man who went by the contact name of “Maurice Bishop,” was, in fact, David Atlee Phillips. (In September 1963, Veciana was to meet with “Maurice Bishop” in connection with Cuba operations, but just prior to meeting with him, he saw Bishop talking with Lee Harvey Oswald.) Unfortunatately, the House Select Committee on Assasinations, which learned of Phillips’ meeting with Oswald didn’t have the balls to challenge the CIA.

      Here is the link to the letter that Veciana recently wrote to Marie Fonzi, confirming what JFK researchers have already suspected for some time.

      https://www.google.com/search?q=oswald+Antonio+Veciana+david+atlee+phillips+letter+marie+fonzi&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=qTc8U-2YE4jMsQTqwYHgCA&ved=0CCUQsAQ&biw=1024&bih=609

      Ralph Adamo on April 2, 2014 at 12:37 pm

        Written with your customary modesty and self-effacing attitude.

        Little Al on April 3, 2014 at 7:27 pm

          My humble apologies, Al.

          Ralph Adamo on April 4, 2014 at 2:58 am

          And of such conspiratorial mishmash was the Church Committee established, which paved the way for 9/11.

          Little Al on April 4, 2014 at 5:21 am

          Oh, but I guess I just don’t understand.

          Really, it is known that Oswald visited Russia, subscribed to a Communist newspaper, and participated in the Fair Play for Cuba Committee, a Castroite-Trotskyite organization.

          But one fine day, a top official of the CIA stops by to see this person, with known emotional instability. And even though Oswald has a left-wing history, the CIA official says: “will you assassinate President Kennedy? Forget about your left-wing history and distrust of the Government as a whole. Please do what we are asking you to do.”

          Wouldn’t that be a little risky for the CIA? How would they know that this unstable person wouldn’t just go and announce that the CIA had asked him to assassinate the President?

          Much more likely, with Oswald’s history, (assuming that they actually met), the CIA was trying to get information from him about the anti-American organizations he had associated himself with, information about their activities and what they were trying to do in the future. Quite likely, they were trying to get him to give them recurring information about the activities of these groups. After all, this was the era of the Cuban Missile Crisis.

          This is one of the problems of surfing the internet for information without regard to the reliability of sites. It can lead to a conspiratorial mindset, and, when coupled with emotional intensity, such as in your case, where you emotionally feel a need to disparage all those who consistently disagree with you, an inability to consider the complexity of the events you are discussing, and an inability to consider other explanations.

          Little Al on April 4, 2014 at 8:31 am

    Actually, Ralph, I think this also has a political component. The U.S. had promised the info Pollard provided to Israel, as DS points out, but had withheld it. Most likely, State was going to use the intel as leverage to push Israel into peace talks with the PLO, or to push Israel to attend Madrid, something of that sort. By doing the right thing for Israel’s security, and by giving Israel critical data it needed for national security, Pollard undermined State’s leverage over Israel. If there is one thing Washington loves it’s being able to push Israel around. Always good for a quick political score. So by undermining State’s leverage, Pollard committed the highest crime against State possible. Worse than murder or spying for an enemy. And if you look at the famous folks on both sides of the Pollard affair, you begin to see that those opposed to his release are go-along-with-State Department-Agenda types.

    phillip slepian on April 2, 2014 at 12:18 pm

      Agree, Phillip. But “pro-Israel” broadly covers that point.

      Ralph Adamo on April 2, 2014 at 2:12 pm

Pollard should never have been jailed, period.

DS_ROCKS! on April 2, 2014 at 1:55 am

    THAT I disagree with. He was working for the US Navy, he was an American citizen and he committed a crime under the law. The harshness of his sentence is due to his Jewish and pro-Israeli sentiments and being but you should have locked Hansen and Ames up for just as long, if not actually executed them. What Jonathan did harmed the US and it’s tragic that his handler didn’t get him out fast enough, before he was caught. That was our failure. His “crime” was a moral right but sometimes there are consequences to pay for taking the moral course when it opposes the legal one. That unfortunately is too common and something I never understood in a supposedly “Judeo-Christian” society.

    Meira on April 2, 2014 at 3:39 am

      What harm DID Pollard really do to the U.S.?

      Very liitle, I suspect.

      BethesdaDog on April 3, 2014 at 5:36 pm

Very well-stated, Debbie.

Of course, there are reasons” why Pollard has not been released.

Certain individuals don’t want him to be. Why else would he be in prison over twice as long as others having been convicted of the same thing?

Esser Agaroth on April 2, 2014 at 4:53 am

The problem is much more severe. It is so threatening that letting the 400 terrorists go just might be an acceptable price to pay, and not in exchange for Jonathan’s freedom. But just to buy Israel one more year without the PLOstinians going to the UN for their recognition as a state – which they will get there even if it is a totally illegal step (article 80 of UN charter!) – and that 0bumma threatens to *not* oppose with a veto.

The real threat is 0bunna’s threat to withhold the veto protection from Israel.

Not to mention the spare parts for the entire Israeli Air Force (which was rumored (via Caroline Glick) to have been threatened already by the US).

And the looming threat from Iranian mullocracy.

Will48 on April 2, 2014 at 5:15 am

    The end game of Obama’s Middle East foreign policy is plain to see…….A nuclear Iran to threaten, and lead to the total destruction of Israel. The Muslim Brotherhood (Obama’s Bro’s) to rule Egypt and infect surrounding countries. General Sisi is a hero in my eyes – a spine of iron, deals quickly with enemies (The Brotherhood) of Egypt, and with Obambi cutting off “Aid” since his chosen terrorist, Morsi, is now in jail, Sisi wisely turned to Russia for aid. Russia,(Putin) although not reported in our state run media, is now the power in the Middle East. Do NOT forget that in a speech a while back, Obama stated, “We can live with a nuclear Iran.” Obama also, in a Freudian slip, told Stephanopolous while being interviewed, “I am a Muslim.” Little Georgie quickly interjected, “You mean a Christian?” Obama quickly corrected himself. Obama has never commented on the continuing slaughter of Christians by the followers of the “Religion of peace.” I guess he, nor the incompetent, pompous Kerry can spell N-I-G-E-R-I-A, among others.Wake up America. Demand that our government support – and arm – our friends in the Middle East, not our enemies. And, I have to ask my favorite question: “Where are the spineless Republicans?” I suppose they are too busy pushing the ultimate RINO, no, closet Democrat, Jeb Bush for POTUS. Another “It’s my turn” candidate which will lead to another defeat. As Senator Cruz stated, “We all remember President Dole, President McCain and President Romney.”

    Victoryman on April 2, 2014 at 11:26 am

Replying to DS Rocks. I couldn’t link thru your reply button:
This may turn up as a duplicate post so I apologize if it does.
I disagree that he shouldn’t have been jailed. He was an American citizen working for the US Navy and he committed a crime against America under American Law. Sometimes there is a conflict between what is moral and what is legal, something I NEVER understood in a supposedly ‘Judeo-Christian” society. When we choose the moral high road, rather than the legal one, we sometimes have to pay the consequences for our choices. However, it is a tragedy that Jonathan’s handler was not up to the job and did not get him out soon enough.
What Americans should be concerned about is that Hansen and Ames walked away with slaps on the wrist and there was no justice there. Under your laws, Jonathan’s sentence is not overly harsh, rather those of Hansen and Ames were a travesty of your justice system.

Meira on April 2, 2014 at 6:49 am

Terrorists should not be released under any circumstances.
Pollard himself has asked not to be exchanged for terrorists.
To quote MK Nissan Slomiansky “Releasing murderers breeds more terrorism, no sane country would release murderers to allow them to murder it’s citizens again”.
One of the terrorists who would be released is the arch terrorist Marwan Barghouti.
And have we forgotten that Abbas was the paymaster of the 1972 Munich Massacre?!

PaulaMalka on April 2, 2014 at 7:01 am

The key point being missed in all of this is that The US government has now descended to the behaviour of Hamas: they are actually holding Pollard as a hostage, whose value is as a bargaining chip.

Edgar Davidson on April 2, 2014 at 7:21 am

The only decent and honorable person in this entire theatre of the absurd is Jonathan Pollard. The Israeli government is just as corrupt, sick and morally bankrupt as ours.That’s why they go along with Obama and Kerry. Netanyahu’s action in releasing 100 murderers was despicable but no more so than the members of his cabinet and the MK’s who okayed it.

Jerry G on April 2, 2014 at 9:19 am

No trade-off with Pollard for hundreds of terrorists! Mullah Barry Sotero is fully in league with Iran, Hamas, PLO, Erdogan, the Moslem Brotherhood and other moslem terror groups!
The words of Abu Mazan should be clear evidence that the misplaced Jordanians want Israel and Jews destroyed — “negotiations” and with help from Mullah Barry and Hanoi Hero Kerry, they will try to fool Netanyahu into some concessions.
This is not a parlor game — Israel must stand firm until the enemies of Israel and the USA are defeated!

We know all too clearly who the enemies of Mullah Barry are — Israel, GOP conservatives, Tea Party and the US Constitution!

Hans Schaden on April 2, 2014 at 9:37 am

    It appears Israel has just passed a turning point orchestrated by Abass’ deceit…the Palestinians are about to be embraced by the Un on an unprecedented level of legitimacy, I’m expecting a new wave of terrorism

    HK on April 2, 2014 at 9:53 am

I know for a fact that Pollard rejects his own release if it means the release of convicted Jew-killers as part of the bargain.

And while everything DS says is correct, as usual, there are many layers of depth to this disturbing case of anti-Semitism. Clearly, Pollard was given a life sentence for daring to hurt State’s leverage that State uses to push Israel around. And Pollard saved many Israeli lives with his moral transfer of crucial intel to Israel. Check oout this web site for even more:

http://www.jonathanpollard.org/

phillip slepian on April 2, 2014 at 11:54 am

    No, he was given a life sentence because of Israel’s supposed military cooperation with South Africa. Read the material involving the late Justice Arthur Goldberg’s conversation with the sentencing judge, the late Aubrey Robinson. I do believe Robinson was anti-semitic and was susceptible to racial appeals, as well when the Justice Department threw the South African connection in Robinson’s face. It was successful in stirring up Robinson.

    BethesdaDog on April 3, 2014 at 5:46 pm

Jerusalem is indivisable, and must remain so. Jerusalem must not be included in any talks on the so called “occupied territories”.

Walter Smith on April 2, 2014 at 12:19 pm

I don’t think Israel’s elites have ever wanted Pollard’s release. Furthermore, because there is great continuity in the elite class over time, some of the same elites who wanted him imprisoned then are around today (or their offspring or business contacts are around).

Nor do Israel’s elites care about Jewish life per se. That’s because Israel’s elites are ISRAELI not JEWISH first.

Pollard’s continuing imprisonment says a lot more about Israel’s leadership than it does about America.

skzion on April 2, 2014 at 12:42 pm

john,”live shot”,kerry as we call him in r.i. has always been a traitor and a fake hero because he phonyed up his medals.the truth is if he had to do what my comrades and i did in viet nam he would piss his pants and cry for his mommy.this commie bum has not changed because he still hates america.these creeps will never let pollard go.

bruce on April 2, 2014 at 12:47 pm

Sorry for the duplication of comments. Debbie found my stuff going into spam so that’s why it wasn’t posting but hopefully, it’s fixed.

Meira on April 2, 2014 at 1:57 pm

f-ck fdr he was a commie traitor and every one knew it because when j.edgar hoover told him about the commie spies in his administration fdr promoted the bastards.

bruce on April 2, 2014 at 5:27 pm

Pollard has a lot of integrity, a very admirable man. Trying to trade him for the release of murderers is just insane and shows how depraved and weak this administration is.
Obama I hope gets undiagnosed syphillis. He is the biggest traitor to America that ever lived.
Whether the current administration realizes it or not Israel is the Wests first and BEST defence against Iran. The US should be giving MORE support to them not less.
Bush actually should have left Saddam (not that I am displeased with his execution) but the US should have declared war on Iran instead and crushed them. It would be far better to fight them conventionally then let them develop or aquire nuclear arms…

Canadian Steve on April 2, 2014 at 11:42 pm

PM Netanyahu has President O’Bama’s number. O’Bama is weak. Netanyahu has called his bluff.

O’Bama can’t make good on threats to Syria. He can’t stand firm on the Russian invasion of Georgia. (Remember that?) He can’t stand firm on the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

After 8 years, there is no “change”; no “hope”; just business as usual.

Israel has given all it has to accommodate the Arabs. There is no more to give.

With all the murder and mayhem in Sudan, Somalia, Yemen, Libya, Egypt, Syria, Lebanon etc, the fabricated “suffering” of Palestinian Arabs has worn itself thin. Nobody cares as well they shouldn’t. Even the Palestinian Arabs are looking around at the strife in the Arab League nations and thinking (ever more loudly) that “maybe the Jews aren’t so bad after all”.

Abbas if finished. If he actually gets his way, he will be hanging by the neck in the town square when Hamas takes over. He exists at the mercy of Israel and the United States. Abbas is a paper tiger and everybody knows it.

Calls by the EU to boycott Israel have been tempered by the fact that Israel has natural gas to export and the Russians are the primary supplier of natural gas to Europe. The Russians can shut down Europe anytime they wish. Europe’s only hope is to import Israeli natural gas. Hence, calls for boycott are quickly diminishing in Europe.

Kerry and O’Bama think that it’s easy to pick on little old Israel but they’re wrong and they know it. The more the Administration gripes about Israeli “intransigence”, the bigger fools they make of themselves.

The Palestinians are finished! Stick a fork in ‘em. They’re done!

There is NO Santa Claus on April 4, 2014 at 12:36 am

One other question Ralph: you mentioned a few weeks ago that one of your early supervisors or bosses at work, an ex-military man, suggested you would make an excellent serviceman.

Was he aware of your conspiratorial views on the Kennedy assassination when he said this?

Little Al on April 4, 2014 at 10:48 am

Debbie, you have been writing with such compulsive energy for a long time. It’s time you took a deep breath, look at the person you’ve become and re-think a few things. Especially who you call frauds. I know it’s your style, but Pollard himself refused to be released at the expense of Israel trading him for terrorists. The argument you make of Pollard needing to be released without conditions is beside the point.

Arn on April 5, 2014 at 2:54 pm

I don’t know what to say to someone who says ignorant crap like this post. GROW THE **** UP! Stop trolling the internet Debbie, and learn about the real world.

Steve Owens on April 6, 2014 at 12:07 am

Excellent article Debbie and I have to agree with all that you have written. Pollard is simply bait and most unfortunately will probably never be released from prison.

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FriscoKid, if you haven’t already, you should learn about the feud Horowitz and Radosh had with Diana West.

Although I disagree with West on a number of issues, she criticized FDR harshly for his concessions to the Communists during World War II. Horowitz orchestrated a really vicious attack against her for daring to defame Roosevelt beyond what he considered acceptable parameters.

Incidentally, and not surprisingly, Dershowitz also defended FDR against charges of anti-semitism in a fairly recent book that he co-authored.

LA: Diana West is a fraud and a rip-off artist who has repeatedly stolen my work and presented it as her own, going out of her way not to give me credit. Siding with either her or Horowitz in their silly feud is like choosing a cobra to spend time with in a dungeon (with apologies to all reptiles for the comparison). You’ll get bitten and poisoned either way. She is so desperate for attention and yet gets it from a “conservative” only slightly more loathsome and unoriginal than herself. Neither of the two has ever had an original idea in his/her life, but Horowitz is more successful at the hucksterism and con artistry than West. DS

Little Al on April 1, 2014 at 7:22 pm

“prestigio,” I think you meant “until Pollard is free.”

skzion on April 2, 2014 at 11:49 am

Oh Mished, you are soooo smart! Maybe if you weren’t a JINO you would engage the arguments here rather than blather.

skzion on April 2, 2014 at 8:01 pm

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