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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Tuesday, July 25, 2017

JV Editorial

To be a newspaper's editorial writer is not an easy task. It is far more sophisticated a job than the reporter's whose responsibility is to merely state the facts, describe the scene, throw in a photograph or quote an official or a  witness or two in order to give us a verbal picture of the event covered. The reporter's duty is to show no partiality, favoritism or one-sidedness in his/her column. Throughout all of our schooling from kindergarten and on up we were taught how to distinguish between editorial columns that were biased in one way or another and those words on the front and following pages of the newspaper that were devoted to giving us the pure, unvarnished news.

We here at the Jewish Voice try as well as we can to separate

This past Friday, two Israeli Druze troopers were assassinated by three Muslim terrorists at the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. The murderers were Israeli citizens whose families, of course, knew nothing of the planned attack. Par for the course. Following this ambush, Friday prayers at the Temple Mount were temporarily canceled by Israeli authorities and the hilltop compound, the former site of the Jewish Temples where the Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Dome of the Rock are now located, was also briefly

The progressive Flame-Stream Media (FSM) is in full burn over the recent Trump achievements not only in last week's G-20 conference but with his magnificent speech in Warsaw, Poland.  The incendiary headlines in this Sunday's New York Times continued to run with the fading fake news story of Russian involvement in last year's election in order to sway the vote on behalf of Mr. Trump. Like a losing, beaten boxer attempting to stall for time by engaging in clinches, the NYT's headline read

A Nostalgic Look at the MTA

Dear Editor:

Visiting the New York City Transit vintage buses on Governor's Island on Saturday, July 9th was a great trip down memory lane. It was a time when bus drivers had to make change and drive, at the same time. No one dared bring any food on the bus or leave any litter behind. You had to pay separate fares to ride either the bus or subway. Now there are Metro Cards affording free transfers between bus and subway, along with discounted weekly or monthly

Our mayor is tall in physical stature but microscopically miniscule in loyalty or respect for the city over which he rules and its citizens . Just last month,  Puerto Rican murderer/terrorist, FALN leader,  Lopez Rivera was to be honored by the organizers of the annual Puerto Rican Day Parade. He had been sentenced to 55 years in prison until pardoned by guess who? Barack Obama. And while commercial sponsors of this event bailed out not wanting in any way shape or form to be associated with