H. Scott Prosterman: Both are positioning themselves as “wartime” leaders, whose nations will suffer if they are ousted.
H. Scott Prosterman: Though I don’t wish mortal pain and suffering on any person, I will not grieve for one of the most destructive men in the history of American media.
H. Scott Prostermann: Kushner was on CNN recently “selling” the deal, noting how his real estate experience had helped him with the arduous task of dividing up the land.
H. Scott Prostermann: The comparisons of Trump and Bibi might seem tiresome until one recognizes the remarkably common patterns of corruption and demagoguery, which have dramatic and frightening global implications.
H. Scott Prosterman: t-Rump and Kim in particular, have common ground with Hamlet, though Kim is more of a Hamlet inversion for killing an uncle though he already was the king.
H. Scott Prosterman: Democrats never stopped running scared of Ronald Reagan’s shadow, forever trying to repackage and reposition themselves as palatable to the Republican “base.”
H. Scott Prosterman: The Trump Executive Order is a conflation of several sensitive issues, badly misinterpreted; with an ill-advised solution, along with a counterproductive misapplication.
H. Scott Prosterman: The party that once wrapped itself in a flag to proclaim its Anti-Communist bonafides, has been co-opted into the Soviet orbit under Trump’s leadership.
H. Scott Prosterman: While Trump flails with apoplectic delirium on Twitter in response the impeachment hearings, Bibi faces a complex indictment for bribery, fraud and breach of trust
H. Scott Prosterman: Though Mom said we approach things differently, I always worried about burning in Hell as a kid.
H. Scott Prosterman: Trump’s rabble rousing against all immigrants directs much of its focus on Jews for the historical alliance with black people dating to the Civil Rights Movement, Jewish support of immigration-welfare groups, and the growing opposition to Trump among Jews.
H. Scott Prostermann: The campaign billboards, “In Another League,” with the two men in a warm embrace, reminded some Israeli voters that they wanted a Prime Minister and not an imperial ruler.
H. Scott Prosterman: Many Jews see Carter and Obama as the best friends in Israel’s history, because they continued the American tradition of generous financial, military and logistical support while also holding them accountable.