• News Corp exec Rupert Murdoch in Davos: “No, I don’t think [we managed to shape the agenda on the war in Iraq]. We tried. […] We basically supported the Bush policy in the Middle East, but we have been very critical of his execution.”
  • ExxonMobil posts $39.5 billion profit; drops $22.5 million to convince us that there’s no such thing as global warming; Valdez oil spill persists to wreak havoc on Alaskan coast
  • NYC mayor Michael Bloomberg was in Israel last week to dedicate a synagogue in memory of his father and to express solidarity with families in Israel’s north.
  • We Make Money Not Art interviews my pal Mushon Zer-Aviv — one of the finest Israeli artists working in the States today; and Wooster Collective gives a shout out to my boy Ronen Eidelman of Maarav, for his recent work in Thuringia.
  • The Independent: “King David, in Birmingham, is a state primary where the children learn Hebrew, recite Jewish prayers, eat kosher food and wave Israeli flags. So how come the majority of pupils are followers of Islam?”
  • MJ Rosenberg offers his thoughts on Benny Morris’ Holocaust hysteria.
  • Avigdor Lieberman wants to bring more Russians to Israel. From Germany.

3 thoughts on “Mishegaas

  1. I agree! I just read it, and honestly, this is the only way the world is going to change. Amazing, and I hope those friendships continue, especially among the kids who grow up to run the world.

  2. Since the profit of an oil company is considered an appropriate topic for a “jewish themed” website I’m going to assume an implied moral(=self-righteous) message is being sent by posting this.
    Personally the only one I received was the one about the oil spill. Since when did global-warming sceptics become the equivalent of Holocaust deniers?

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