• Founder of the Republican Jewish Coalition of California.
• Former National Treasurer of the Republican Jewish Coalition.
• Golden Circle Fundraising Chair for the California Republican Party 2000-2003
• Statewide Chair for Jewish Outreach for Bush-Cheney 2004.
• Candidate for State Assembly in 1982
• Frequently published in the Los Angeles Times, L.A. Daily News and/other publications and appears on television and radio.
• Professionally, licensed/practicing Certified Public Accountant and Real Estate Broker.
• Married for 21 years with two teenagers, a boy and a girl.
• Relocated to the San Fernando Valley from Shaker Heights, Ohio, in 1969 and graduated from Grant High. He then attended Valley College and then received a Bachelor’s degree from San Diego State University where he was President of the School of Business.
Most Americans are worried about whether their pension money will be available for them when they retire.
You see news stories sometimes that upset you, but you are not sure of the facts.
As we approach on August 28th the 50th anniversary of the “I Have a Dream” speech by Dr. Martin Luther King, some people have stated we need to have a national conversation about race. I agree and I would like to do that, hopefully without hitting on too many tired clichés.
Finally the Republicans have someone in charge that is not afraid of his own shadow.
The monolith of Washington, DC, is swallowing up all levels of government -- thereby further distancing you from having any say over your life.
The White House publicity machine has tried to turn the national conversation from the topics of the day to attempt to make our President relevant again. Obama, who has gained the new nickname Griffin (as in H.G. Wells’ The Invisible Man), has all but disappeared since his failed attempt to change the national gun laws in the beginning of this year.
College has created a system to insulate itself from the outside world when it comes to decisions about your children. Buyer Beware.
The comparison of what is happening with beer and what is happening with banks is an excellent study in free enterprise in America today.
Egypt is on everyone’s mind as a democratically-elected government was overthrown by the Egyptian military.
The only question that remains -- when will the ill-effects of Obamacare impact you?
he multitude of challenges that the new mayor of America’s second largest city will face starting tomorrow constitutes a laundry list of items. None needs greater focus than revamping the Office of Finance and the business licensing process.
When Barack Obama won reelection I was a little down. Oh, of course you could assume the obvious reason was because of four more years of a totally unqualified leftist running our country. But I did not want to spend four more years just writing columns bashing the indefensible.
Many people are very optimistic regarding the possibility of a comprehensive immigration bill passing through Congress and being signed by the President. The prospects are good, but there are many stumbling blocks ahead.
Scary. Unacceptable. This is not America. Those are some of the comments that I have heard about the revelations regarding government snooping on our cellphones.
The mess the IRS has gotten itself in has been fascinating. Having all these commentators writing about the Service from high above the earth offers great entertainment. I have been working with the Service since 1979. Let me offer you some first-hand perspective.
In 2008, the Chinese put on the summer Olympic Games that were an attempt to show they had entered the modern world and were ready for the 21st Century to be the Chinese century.
There is so much to say about what happened in Benghazi and the aftermath that one almost does not know where to begin. It was certainly refreshing to watch the news conference the other day with the entire White House Press Corp all over Jay Carney for misleading them regarding the matter.
As you get off the airplane you can smell it. It is in the air. It surrounds you. It is freedom. That is what we felt landing in Seoul after five days in Beijing. Our goal was to find out what Korea was all about.
I have avoided writing a column about this for a while despite aching to do so. Part of it was because I did not want to seem like a crotchety curmudgeon, even more than I may appear at times.
If you are a regular reader of this column, you know, unfortunately, there is a consistent theme that derives from the Left’s constant attempt to develop new rationale to extract money for the ever-expanding cost of government. President Obama dropped his latest stink bomb on hard working Americans with the release of his delinquent budget.
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