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Language matters

2018_05 Dan Bongino Dem Dictionary

Dennis Prager writes:

Calling the cruelest among us names such as “animal” or any other “dehumanizing” epithet actually protects humans. The word “beastly” exists for a reason and is frequently applied to human beings. By rhetorically reading certain despicable people out of the human race, we elevate the human race. We have declared certain behaviors out of line with being human.

Biologically, of course, we are all human. But if “human” is to mean anything moral — anything beyond the purely biological — then some people who have committed particularly heinous acts of evil against other human beings are not to be considered human. Otherwise “human” has no moral being. We should then not retain the word “inhumane.” What is the difference between “he is inhumane” and “he is an animal”? Both imply actions that render the person no longer human.

I once asked Rabbi Leon Radzik, a Holocaust survivor who had been in Auschwitz, what word he would use to characterize the sadistic guards in the camp. I will never forget his response: They were monsters with a human face.”

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What’s with the Never-Trumpers?

2017_05 22 Smoke by Terrell

Dennis Prager wrote a column at National Review, “Why Conservatives Still Attack Trump”, which says in part:

I have concluded that there are a few reasons that explain conservatives who were Never-Trumpers during the election, and who remain anti-Trump today. The first and, by far, the greatest reason is this: They do not believe that America is engaged in a civil war, with the survival of America as we know it at stake. While they strongly differ with the Left, they do not regard the left–right battle as an existential battle for preserving our nation. On the other hand, I, and other conservative Trump supporters, do.

To my amazement, no anti-Trump conservative writer sees it that way. They all thought during the election, and still think, that while it would not have been a good thing if Hillary Clinton had won, it wouldn’t have been a catastrophe either. That’s it, in a nutshell….

In other words, I believe that Donald Trump may have saved the country. And that, in my book, covers a lot of sins — foolish tweets, included.

William Jacobson at Legal Insurrection has a long piece about what Prager said, how Never Trumpers responded and what his own position is.  It’s interesting reading if you have the time.

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Why isn’t Communism as hated as Nazism?

Worth watching.

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Understanding Radicalized Non-Jewish Jews

George Soros and the Problem of the Radical Non-Jewish Jew by Dennis Prager

What do Karl Marx, Leon Trotsky, Noam Chomsky and George Soros have in common?

They were/are all radicals, born to Jewish parents, had no Jewish identity and hurt Jews (not to mention non-Jews).

The term “non-Jewish Jew” is generally attributed to the Jewish historian Isaac Deutscher, who wrote an essay by that name in 1954. The term describes the individual who, though born a Jew (Judaism consists of a national/peoplehood identity, not only a religious one), identifies solely as a citizen of the world and not as a Jew, either nationally or religiously.

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How socialism destroys moral character

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The Moral Alchemy of Legal Abortion

It turns trash into gold with a single breath.

ABORTION trash to gold

The Most Important Question About Abortion – Prager University [5:19]


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Why I no longer self-identify as “seamless garment”

I used to think seamless garment – aka, consistent life theology was the most Christ-like of Christian theologies. I no longer do. My first break came after listening to Dennis Prager explain why he believes capital punishment is necessary in a truly pro-life society.

Life is sacred

Today, I read this heart wrenching letter “Archbishop Cupich’s seamless bulletproof vest for pro-abortion politicians ” and understood more deeply how it is that some of my loving, devout, Catholic friends can still … even today … support and defend Democrat politicians and policies.

EXCERPT: “The seamless garment served, not to elevate issues in addition to abortion but as a bulletproof vest for pro-abortion zealots like Geraldine Ferraro and Mario Cuomo, whose places at the communion line have been filled in our time by Nancy Pelosi and Joseph Biden. Cardinal Bernardin’s clever piece of rhetoric still helps such politicians to believe that they are free to reject fundamental moral principles such as sparing the lives of the innocent, so long as they work with the bishops on expanding health care or funding food stamps.

“Some church leaders have spoken clearly about the radical difference between laws that protect the innocent, and particular public policies which might be best for the common good. In his time, Cardinal John O’Connor of New York taught, as your colleague Archbishop Charles Chaput recently has written, that protecting innocent life is a fundamental and non-negotiable condition for social justice. It is not in any way comparable to public policy questions where Christians have clear moral goals we must pursue, but must use our prudence to determine by open debate what mix of policies are the most just, and the most welcoming to Christ’s poor.

I encourage you to read the whole letter @

Capital Punishment is Consistent w/ Dignity for Life [21:54]

A priest explains how the Bible, Church Fathers and Doctors, many Popes and Catechisms, and even Christ Himself while He was on earth have asserted that civil authorities have the right to execute criminals, and that doing so is CONSISTENT with respecting the dignity of human life. Such action by the state isn’t just retribution for the crime of the condemned, but a merciful opportunity for the criminal to expiate for his crimes in this life so that he may live eternally in the next.

Dennis Prager: Capital Punishment: Another Argument For It–_another_argument_for_it/page/full


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BREAKING: Terror attack on Jewish synagogue

2014_11 18 Terror attack on Jerusalem synagogue

  • Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who warned of a “harsh response,” ordered the demolition of the homes of the two Palestinians who carried out the attack.
  • U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said he spoke to Netanyahu after the assault and denounced it as an “act of pure terror and senseless brutality and violence.”
  • A small militant group calling itself the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine said the terrorists were members.
  • Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas condemned the attack, the first time he has done so since a recent spike in deadly violence against Israelis. He also called for an end to Israeli “provocations.”
  • Hamas, the militant Palestinian group that runs the Gaza Strip, praised the attack. In Gaza, dozens took to the streets to celebrate, with some offering trays full of candy.

2014_11 18 Palestinians celebrate

CtH: I think Dennis Prager summed all this up very neatly. The best bit starts at 4:00.

The Middle East Problem by Dennis Prager [5:39]

6 million Jews pose no threat to Muslims



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Six Minutes to Understand the Middle East Problem

Dennis Prager: The Middle East Problem

2014_08 04 Hamas manual



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