March 2015

San Diego’s Jewish Prince of Pork

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“Oh! You’re Jewish? Does that mean you don’t eat pork?” is a question Jews often hear when they surprise someone with their Jewish background. But Hanis is the Carnitas King, the Prince of Pig, the undisputed master pig chef of San Diego. He will not only eat pig but he makes pig so good that I’m willing to bet that Bal’ Shem Tov’ himself would say what I said at first bite: ” Oy that’s good,” (I didn’t say oy) and then for the first time in his life would eat the rest of the bacon, pulled pork triple decker without a twinge of Jewish guilt. I mean the fried pork over pulled pork under bacon topped with pickle on that soft bun… My mouth is watering and I just ate that!
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After rape and drugs at SDSU, a new low: racism.

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San Diego State University is know for some good, some bad and a lot of shame. You’d think they had turned the corner this year with more competitive sports, more competitive and successful academic programs and a Greek life that after many years of bad press finally seems to be under control. However, that seems to not be the case. You see, the University has been hijacked by a group with links to the terrorist organization Muslim Brotherhood. Founded and funded by Islamic fundamentalists, the group Muslim Students’ Association has been able to rack up much anti-Semitic support under the guise of anti-Israel. At a time when so many important things going on that sorely need the attention of muslims in United States, the group chose to focus the efforts of young Muslim students not on women’s rights, which not only lack in Saudi Arabia, but are non existent in Pakistan where women are regularly doused in acid after their husbands cheat. Of course there are much bigger issues they could protest and call attention to, like the 300,000 killed in Syria, or the destruction of priceless Iraqi and Syrian heritage, or the fact that their faith is hijacked to kill women and children in Nigeria and Iraq.

 
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