It's getting tiresome, but recognizing major members of The Tribe has become just too familiar, too easy in these money-grubbing times we live in. Two recent examples:
1) New Washington "Think Tank" is supposed to help "conservatives" and "Republicans" in Maryland regain their clout and confidence, and usher new conservative GOPers back into power. It's the "Harbor League," and its leader is the intrepid "Eli Gold." Yep, that's his name, and if you follow the article [Washtimes, Neo-con rag extraordinaire] you find definite "Usual suspects" that the league is just another bunch of Mung-eating Neo-cons. First, Newt Gingrich is a featured speaker at next meeting. Next, "Free Trade" and "Strong Middle East" policy is advocated. Then, all manner of Pinko orgs come out and say "We welcome the new League" this comes from "Progressive Maryland," another "liberal" think tank
2) Don't want to pile onto a deceased man, family members might be nice people and non-NeoCon. But other day there was plane crash (actually a helo crash ... gotta have big money to be flying about in helicopters) that killed a fellow who co-owned the Washington hockey franchise with the very very Yiddish owner. The deceased's name was Jon Freeman. Had an excellent biography -- Army Vet special forces, worked hard, loved family, successful businessman. But then comes the pedigree -- At tender age of 26 became "co-owner" of major Real Estate business run by Father. Made big bucks promoting real estate "in urban areas of East Coast", code for Ushering In Huge Numbers of Non-whites. Then when father dies, he takes over and becomes, very quickly, very rich. Cripes, when I was 26 nobody would give me hold of a million-dollar business.
But I had to make sure: The main article, in Sports page, mentioned only the name and Bio. Not a word about pedigree. Suspicious. Checked out obituarites in the CIA paper [Washington comPost] and Voila -- Star of David, an obit of The Tribe.
Hey folks, it's All in the FamilyEdited by: Realgeorge