Shoot First, Ask Questions Never

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6 Responses

  1. Bob Miller says:

    The degenerate lifestyle has many advocates who will go to any length to demean and silence organized religions that criticize their behavior. Welcome to our modern barbaric world.

  2. Joe Hill says:

    I fail to understand why the RCBC feels the necessity to act apologetic and explain this.

  3. YM says:

    The left, which used to talk about plurality, now has zero tolerance for anyone that is aganst gay marriage or the mosque near ground zero.

  4. The Contarian says:

    There was an article written in the New York Times metro section last week about the issue. I contacted the author and pointed out that the orthodox voice was completely absent from the piece. He wrote back that ” I reached out to Orthodox rabbis and no one bothered to respond. It’s very hard to complain about not being represented in a story if you don’t make any effort to make your case.”

    Does hr have a point?

  5. Miriam says:

    I fail to understand why the RCBC feels the necessity to act apologetic and explain this.

    Even assuming that you are 100% satisfied with the outcome, would you rather be known for the truth, as having had a civil and respectful discussion to encourage the other side to change, or known falsely for threatening the mother of the editor-in-chief at knifepoint?

  6. Jewish Observer says:

    “Blogs operate without such outdated concepts as fact-checking … ”

    – I completely disagree. Despite our fast pace, web sites, blogs, twitter, etc. etc., fact chdecking should be just as relevant today as it has ever been.

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