Can we get some controversy going?

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4 Responses

  1. Gil Student says:

    Jeff,

    Funny to see your name here as you were just mentioned to me the other day by a mutual friend in an entirely different context. I ask that you please e-mail me privately. Thank you. [email protected]

  2. Yaakov Menken says:

    Jeff, perhaps you will raise controversy, but I’ll be no help. I agree with you!

    Yaakov Menken

  3. manny says:

    I was reading the post on salon.com carefullly in an effort to find fault with O’ Reilly. I don’t understand what Re. Lowey meant when she said “suggesting that Jews do not have a place in American society unless they accept without comment its ‘predominantly Christian’ nature.” O’Reilly didn’t say that and I don’t think he meant that. And, of course. Lerner’s claim that “He’s trying to tell his audience that Jews have no legitimate role in public life except as second-class citizens” is just preposterous.

  4. Menachem Hojda says:

    Of course we shouldn’t oppose the expression of religion in public. But aren’t schools different? I’m not talking only about separation, but as educational institutions is it reasonable for a parent to expect that little Seth is going to come home demanding to know why Santa doesn’t come to his house? Or worse yet repeating christian teachings that his teacher taught? Where is the line when it comes to acceptable religous teachings in Public schools?

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