WEARING HIS FATHER’S SHOES

In 1988, fifty-five year old, recently divorced, Sheldon Adelson took his first trip to Israel. He was wearing the shoes of his deceased Lithuanian–born Jewish father. By 1988 Sheldon had come a long way from Dorchester, MA. He was the creator and owner of COMDEX, a successful computer trade show business in Las Vegas and

IT’S SHELDON ADELSON’S DREAM AND WE’RE LIVING IN IT

Billionaire Casino owner Sheldon Adelson is not wracked by doubt. In Sheldon’s world there is no such thing as the Palestinian People, there was never anything to negotiate with Iran, and Israel’s Capitol is Jerusalem. Sheldon has no trouble keeping things simple and no problem getting to the point. In dealing with the Trump Campaign,

BEAR HUG OR BIG LIE

Before Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu went into a three-hour meeting with President Barack Obama on Monday, they exchanged pleasantries in front of the press. Both parties had an interest in achieving a thaw in the personal chill that has characterized their earlier meetings. It would be good politics for both of them.  Netanyahu sought