John and Laurie Wiles, the Driving Me Crazy Duo, and Win Morrow, Automotive Reviewer, Spotlight on the 2019 BMW M2 Competition Coupe, Jonathan Feldstein on the Israeli Elections Results and the Run for Zion Marathon,, and Hezi Aris, Yonkers Tribune Editor-at-Large on Westchester On the Level, Thursday. April 11, 2019 @10am EST

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Participate by calling: (347) 205-9201. Listen to this broadcast “Live” or “On Demand” via the Internet … http://tobtr.com/s/11270263  Please note the broadcast goes “live” at 10am EST sharp  and is archived within 15 minutes after conclusion of the broadcast. FREEDOM, NH, PINEHURST, NC, JERUSALEM, ISRAEL,and YONKERS, NY — Driving Me Crazy duo John and Laurie Wiles, ably assisted by Automotive …

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Last Week, History Was Made, And Celebrated, In San Antonio
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

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In an unprecedented event, hundreds from San Antonio’s Jewish community, joined by Jewish leaders from throughout the US and Israel, celebrated and expressed appreciation the past four decades of the ardent Israel support of Pastor John and Diana Hagee. Arguably, this is the first time any Jewish community came together to express true respect and appreciation for a Christian leader. …

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The Prophetic Ingathering and Final Rescue of Ethiopian Jews
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

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  I’ve been called many things in my life, but never black. Until recently. I was visiting with a friend who is a black pastor in Chicago and at one point he burst out “you must be half black.” He meant it as a compliment, and I received it as such. Since then he’s invited me to speak in his …

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Kristallnacht – What’s Changed in 80 Years
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

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This week marks the 80th anniversary of one of the single most infamous anti-Semitic days in history.  Observing and understanding this anniversary is all the more critical in the wake of the anti-Semitic Pittsburgh massacre.  While hatred of Jews is sadly not new, one thing new today is the solidarity among Jews and Christians standing united against anti-Semitism.  By contrast, …

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Standing with Israel in the Wake of Pittsburgh
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

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In the wake of the horrific anti-Semitic massacre in a Pittsburgh synagogue, I received numerous emails and messages from Christian friends (as well as seeing many more posted publicly) offering prayers, support, and solidarity with the Jewish people.  In most cases I know that the sentiments are meant for the Jewish people on the whole, but that I am a …

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Run For Zion: Walking In Jesus’ Footsteps More Meaningful Than Walking On the Moon
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

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This week in 1969, American astronaut Neil Armstrong made history by becoming the first person to set foot on the moon. His timeless and famous remark at the time, “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind,” will go down as one of the most iconic phrases of all time. Yet, when Armstrong visited Israel in 1994 …

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