The support in your comments is greatly, greatly appreciated.
On another note, a couple of the KM groupies have, as I suggested, come up with criticisms of Jews which don’t rely on citing an author who not only pretends not to know that gentiles developed most of today’s destructive ideals during the Enlightenment with no help at all from Jews, but also thinks the Enlightenment started half a century (or more, depending on your source) after it did. Those comments are approved, if anyone cares to read them – they’re on the last few posts.
So yes, I will keep on, and I’ll try to post at least a couple of times a week. Thank you all.
Here’s a couple of links I stumbled across this morning.
A teacher discovers the downside of multiculturalism. Like having Canadian college students unable to condemn a Muslim cutting off his wife’s nose and ears.
The prospect that theirs are two of an estimated 150 signatures that may have been forged on the petitions has raised the question of whether President Obama actually reached the legitimate number of signatures needed to be placed on the ballot in Indiana. Under state law, presidential candidates need to file 500 signatures from each of the state’s nine congressional districts. Indiana election officials say that in St. Joseph County, the Obama campaign qualified with 534 signatures; Clinton’s camp had 704. The certified signatures were never challenged.