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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Wednesday, May 24, 2017

JV Editorial

In these turbulent times in which we live, we New Yorkers have consistently displayed a unique kind of  resilience in the face of mounting political concerns.  We are however mere mortals and are precipitously reaching  a breaking point with our current representation in the United States Senate. 

Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D) has made no secret of her disdain for President Trump and his policies. She admitted that she “mourned” Trump’s victory in the aftermath of the historic 2016 presidential election. Clearly her actions indicate that she is striving for national prominence in the Democratic party by her agenda driven campaign to obstruct the administration’s legislative program.

More than any other Democratic leader, she has voted

In the scathing aftermath of the termination of James Comey from his position as FBI Director, it appears that President Trump is diligently doing his homework in terms of selecting Comey’s replacement. As of this moment, no replacement has been announced but according to the vibe circulating in  news reports, Trump is considering 11 people for the job and the DOJ will begin the interviewing process later in the week. 

Selecting a new FBI director will present both a challenge and opportunity

Rav Aharon’s Vision of a Makom Torah

Dear Editor:

Throughout the generations, there have been numerous individuals who swam against the tide and accomplished exceedingly great things. While America had flourishing yeshivos and communities, the tide was clearly moving in the wrong direction. The early waves of Jewish immigration from Germany in the late 1800’s and from Russia in the 1920’s had turned into one of Jewish history’s most tragic epochs, with legends told of massive amounts of

Developments in Syria are always fast and tragically furious but now President Trump has made a pivotal decision. After conferring with his highest ranking military personnel, the intrepid Commander in Chief has boldly moved to arm the Kurds in the framework of speeding up the process of liberating Raqqa from ISIS control.

The militia in Syria is known as the YPG and they are regarded by US military commanders as the most effective partners in the continuing battle against the Islamic State

President Trump will shortly make his first journey out of the U.S. right into the turbulence of the Middle East and to the Vatican in order not only to enhance his image as world leader but to confront the serious problems in those areas head on. In his last life as an entrepreneur, he would have called this expedition a business trip. Additionally, encouraging and heartwarming is his inclusion of Israel in this visit.  Compare this to President Obama's obviously avoiding the Jewish State