Not Tired of Winning Yet XC

The reader may recall that it was widely reported in a New York Times piece and elsewhere in the mainstream press that President Trump, whose grandchildren are Jewish, by signing in Executive Order defining Jews as being a nation rather than a race, which was not only anti-Semitism on Trumps part, but was ‘Confusing’, ‘Unclear’ and ‘Really Scary’. Nothing of the kind happened, of course.

The Executive Order closes a loophole in the definition of discrimination which allowed certain anti-Semitic activities to bloom on college campuses, under the rubric of being directed against the Jews on the grounds of national origin rather than on the grounds of faith or race.

From the Jerusalem Post:

US President Donald Trump announced the signing of an executive order (EO) on Wednesday that calls on government departments enforcing Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to adopt the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) definition of antisemitism. Specifically, the order is aimed at federally-funded universities and colleges and will require the Department of Education, when reviewing whether there has been a violation of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, to consider this widely accepted definition of antisemitism as part of its assessment of whether an incident or activity may be antisemitic.

This is from Business and Politics website:

Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz had nothing but praise for President Donald Trump’s historic executive order aimed at anti-Semitism.

The lifelong liberal who voted for Hillary Clinton in 2016 spoke at a White House Hanukkah celebration on Wednesday, telling the president he would be “remembered by history for all time” after signing the order.

“For 61 of my 81 years, I have spent at universities – all over the country and all over the world – there is no more important event in those 65 years to turn universities away from being bastions of hatred and discrimination than this executive order being signed today,” the Constitutional Law expert said.

“It is a game-changer! It will go down in history as one of the most important events in the 2,000 battle against anti-Semitism,” Dershowitz added. “Thank you Mr. President, you did a great, great job…You will be remembered by history for all time for having signed this very important order.”

My comment: I do not grasp why any faithful Christian or any observant Jew, in good conscience, alive in America today, can cast a vote for the current Democrat Party, or any of their candidates. The Democrats of fifty or one hundred years ago, perhaps, held out some promise of protecting your interests and supporting your world. But now?

What do you hold dear that the Dems have not been for decades persistently seeking to destroy?