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.
H. Scott Prosterman: While Israel welcomes the support of Evangelical Christians, some are troubled by the motivation for this: To hasten the Dawn of the Apocalypse.
H. Scott Prosterman: Should girls should be allowed to participate in any sport where they have the aptitude, ability, desire and skill set?
H. Scott Prosterman: The only “War on Christmas” is prosecuted by phony Christians who are so busy declaring enemies and shouting damnation at non-Christians, they forgot how to “walk the walk” if they ever knew!
H. Scott Prosterman: It’s time to call the Republican Party for what it’s become – a haven and source of empowerment for the worst elements of the dregs of the fringes of the marginalized idiots, who are no longer marginalized, thanks to Trump.
H. Scott Prosterman: New York billionaires, such as Michael Bloomberg say that t-Rump is NOT one of them. They never let him into their club because of his brazen absence of “class,” whatever that is.
H. Scott Prosterman: Now we know that this rag willfully enabled t-Rump, gave him “secret” editorial powers to plant bogus stories about his enemies, and kill unfavorable stories about him and his allies.
H. Scott Prosterman: After hearing Aretha’s recording of the Hoagy Carmichael standard “Skylark,” Sarah Vaughan told Etta James she would never sing that song again.
H. Scott Prosterman: To progressive-minded people, Ron Dellums represented all the positive urgency of the agenda, and spoke out forcefully against the Vietnam War, while passionately promoting the ideals of the Free Speech Movement and the Black Panther Party.
H. Scott Prosterman: Sure it makes a nice, feel-good bumper sticker to say, “When they go low, we go high…”, but that doesn’t work on this playing field.
Scott Prosterman: The success of Loyola-Chicago in this year’s NCAA basketball tournament prompts us to remember two of the great, unsung heroes of the Civil Rights Movement – former Mississippi State Coach Babe McCarthy and MSU President Dean Colvard. Loyola won the championship in 1963 with four black starters, defeating McCarthy’s Bulldogs along the way.