Aug 17, 2017
I want to say this at the outset. As a young boy, Martin Luther King, Mohammed Ali, and the Temptations were my heroes. I am not a racist, and indeed I cherish among my many friends Alan Keyes, Larry Elder, and Armstrong Williams, all African-American conservatives and libertarians who, like me, believe that all of us — ironically in the words of our Founding Father and second American President Thomas Jefferson, who hailed from Charlottesville, Virginia, and his nearby estate at Monticello — are equal under God. And, as Jewish Christian, I have a personal stake in making sure that the Neo-Nazis and other white supremacists who perpetrated the heinous deadly car attack in Virginia this last weekend go severely punished, as attorney general Jeff Sessions correctly pledged.