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Your Second Opinion is the podcast for Salomon Center. The Haym Salomon Center is a 21st century education group that reports the news and offers analysis traditional media outlets often ignore.

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Anti-Semitism on College Campuses
<a href= "http://traffic.libsyn.com/salomoncenter/Tammi_Rossman-Benjamin_Mike_Siegel.mp3" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Click Here to Download</a> <!-- END 1379 Download Link -->In this episode of Your Second Opinion, Tammi Rossman-Benjamin joins the Haym Salomon Center podcast host Mike Siegel to discuss anti-Semitism on American college campuses today. Ms. Rossman-Benjamin is the director and co-founder of AMCHA Initiative and a professor at the University of California of Hebrew and Jewish Studies. She has done a vast amount of work to protect Jewish college students at American universities. This episode seeks to bring awareness about the AMCHA Initiative's mission to investigate and combat anti-Semitism on college campuses throughout the United States. After listening to this episode, you will have a greater understanding of the challenges that Jewish college students face today. <strong>In this episode, topics discussed include:</strong> <ul> <li>The work of the AMCHA Initiative to protect Jewish college students from anti-Semitism throughout the United States</li> <li>The steady growth of anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism in the United States and even throughout the world</li> <li>Evangelical and conservative Christian support of Israel within the United States</li> <li>Anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism in American university classrooms today</li> <li>The BDS Movement and how even brining resolutions up for vote on college campuses is divisive and traumatic</li> </ul> <strong>Biography:</strong> <strong><a href= "https://salomoncenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/rossman-benjamin.png"> <img class="size-medium wp-image-1380 alignleft" src= "https://salomoncenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/rossman-benjamin-240x300.png" alt="rossman-benjamin" width="240" height="300" /></a>Tammi Rossman-Benjamin</strong> is a University of California faculty member and the cofounder and director of AMCHA Initiative. Rossman-Benjamin has written articles about academic anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism and lectured widely on the growing threat to the safety of Jewish students on college campuses. Most recently she led a coalition of nearly 50 Jewish and education advocacy groups that successfully lobbied the University of California (UC), the nation’s largest and most prestigious public university, to condemn “anti-Semitism and anti-Semitic forms of anti-Zionism.” UC is the first U.S. university to adopt this landmark intolerance policy to protect Jewish students. Rossman-Benjamin was nominated for Jewish Hero of the Year by the Jewish Federation of North America in 2011, was named one of 2013’s Bright Pro-Israel Lights on U.S. Campuses by the Jewish Press and was recently honored as one of the “Jewish Top 100” by The Algemeiner. Articles and opinion pieces from Rossman-Benjamin have been published in Newsweek, The Hill, New York Daily News, Los Angeles Daily News, San Jose Mercury News, Sacramento Bee, Contra Costa Times, Jewish Journal of Los Angeles, The Algemeiner, American Thinker, Jewish Voice, and Jewish Post & Opinion, and by news services including the Jewish Telegraphic Agency (JTA) and Jewish News Service (JNS).
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American Policy in the Middle East
<a href= "http://traffic.libsyn.com/salomoncenter/Shoshana_Bryen.mp3" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Click Here to Download</a> <!-- END 1451 Download Link -->In this episode of Your Second Opinion, Shoshana Bryen joins the Haym Salomon Center podcast host Mike Siegel to discuss American policy in regards to Israel and the Middle East. Ms. Bryen is the senior director of the Jewish Policy Center, a Washington, D.C. based think tank for the Jewish community.<!--more--> This episode seeks to bring awareness about the complex issues surrounding U.S. policy towards Israel and the Middle East in general. After listening to this episode, you will have a greater understanding of the difficult choices facing the American government today and what policies would be best for the state of Israel. <strong>In this episode, topics discussed include:</strong> <ul> <li>The reason the Jewish Policy Center believes advocating for a strong U.S. military will ultimately benefit the state of Israel</li> <li>Mohammed Morsi’s presidency and its impact on the threat to the state of Israel</li> <li>The potential effectiveness of sanctions against Iran and what could make them more effective</li> <li>The challenges in stopping ISIS right now and why fighting ISIS is different than other enemies</li> <li>The potential ease of moving the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem to identify it as the capitol of the state of Israel</li> </ul> <strong>Biography:</strong> <strong><a href= "https://salomoncenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/shoshana.jpg"> <img class="alignnone size-medium wp-image-1441" src= "https://salomoncenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/shoshana-269x300.jpg" alt="shoshana" width="269" height="300" /></a>Shoshana Bryen</strong> is an analyst of U.S. defense policy and Middle East affairs. The former Executive Director and Senior Director for Security Policy at JINSA, Mrs. Bryen was author of the widely republished <em>JINSA Reports</em>. She has worked with the Strategic Studies Institute of the U.S. Army War College and the Institute for National Security Studies in Tel Aviv, and lectured at the National Defense University in Washington. Her work has appeared in <em>The Wall Street Journal</em>, the <em>New York Sun</em> and <em>Defense News</em>, among other outlets, as well as in JINSA Reports. She is a Member of the Advisory Board of the Aleethia Foundation that provides opportunities for wounded veterans of the Iran and Afghanistan wars, and is a Member of the Board of the Naval Academy Jewish Chapel Foundation.    
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Modern Day Anti-Semitism on College Campuses
<a href="http://traffic.libsyn.com/salomoncenter/Ziva_Dahl.mp3" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Click Here to Download</a> <!-- END 1458 Download Link -->In this episode of Your Second Opinion, Ziva Dahl joins the Haym Salomon Center podcast host Mike Siegel to discuss what modern anti-Semitism is, how it is being spread on American college campuses today, and what we can do to fight it. Ms. Dahl is a senior fellow with the Haym Salomon Center.<!--more--> This episode seeks to bring awareness about the different ways modern day anti-Semitism is spreading on college campuses throughout the United States today. After listening to this episode, you will have a greater understanding of what can be done to fight the spread of anti-Semitism among university students. <strong>In this episode, topics discussed include:</strong> <ul> <li>The difference between how anti-Semitism has presented itself throughout history and how it is seen in the world today</li> <li>The ways anti-Semitism presents itself on college campuses today, including Vassar College</li> <li>The correlation between the BDS Movement and anti-Semitism on American college campuses</li> <li>Two college campus groups that are spreading anti-Semitism on college campuses and how they are deceiving university students</li> <li>The influence of progressive liberals on the spread of anti-Semitism in higher education today</li> <li>The view of many university professors on Palestinians today and how to relates to what they teach about the state of Israel and Israeli Jews</li> </ul> <strong>Biography:</strong> <strong><a href= "https://salomoncenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/Ziva.jpg"><img class="size-full wp-image-1443 alignleft" src="https://salomoncenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/Ziva.jpg" alt="ziva" width="256" height="261" /></a>Ziva Dahl</strong> is a senior fellow with the Haym Salomon Center. She writes and lectures about U.S.-Israel relations, U.S. foreign policy, Israel, Zionism, anti-Semitism, and BDS on college campuses. Her articles have appeared in such publications as The Hill, New York Daily News, New York Observer, The Washington Times and Jerusalem Post. Ziva’s investigations have exposed tax-payer funded anti-Semitism and terrorism and NGO support for the delegitimization campaign against Israel.  She has a Master of Arts degree in public law and government from Columbia University and an A.B. in political science from Vassar College.  
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Anti-Semitism and Stolen Jewish Gravestones in Poland
<a href="http://traffic.libsyn.com/salomoncenter/Eliz_Gelman.mp3" target="_blank">Click Here to Download</a> <!-- END 1447 Download Link -->In this episode of Your Second Opinion, Elizabeth Gelman joins the Haym Salomon Center podcast host Mike Siegel to discuss anti-Semitism around the world and decades of repurposing of stolen Jewish gravestones in Poland. Ms. Gelman is executive director of the Florida Holocaust Museum, dedicated to teaching the members of all races and cultures the inherent worth and dignity of human life in order to prevent future genocides.<!--more--> This episode seeks to bring awareness about the different ways that anti-Semitism shows its ugly head across the world and why it is so important to learn from the mistakes of previous generations. After listening to this episode, you will have a greater understanding of the importance of teaching younger generations the truth about society’s past flaws and different ways to go about doing that. <strong>In this episode, topics discussed include:</strong> <ul> <li>The importance of exposing students to the realities of the Holocaust so the past does not repeat itself in the future</li> <li>The rise of anti-Semitism across the world today and how it looks different in different parts of the world</li> <li>The need for different countries to really examine their role in the Holocaust and be honest in how they represent their history</li> <li>The re-appropriation of Jewish gravestones in Poland for multiple uses and why it happened in the first place</li> <li>The American public’s reaction to the Florida Holocaust Museum’s exhibition of Łukasz Baksik’s photographs of the repurposed Jewish gravestones in Poland</li> <li>The correlation between hatred of the Jews and hatred of other people groups around the world</li> </ul> <strong>Biography:</strong> <strong><a href= "https://salomoncenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/elizabeth-gelman.jpg"> <img class="size-full wp-image-1444 alignleft" src= "https://salomoncenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/elizabeth-gelman.jpg" alt="elizabeth gelman" width="300" height="300" /></a>Elizabeth Gelman</strong> is the executive director of the Florida Holocaust Museum. The FHM honors the memory of millions of innocent men, women and children who suffered or died in the Holocaust. The Museum is dedicated to teaching the members of all races and cultures the inherent worth and dignity of human life in order to prevent future genocides.    
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American Policies towards the State of Israel
In this episode of Your Second Opinion, Sarah Stern joins the Haym Salomon Center podcast host Mike Siegel to discuss Endowment for Middle East Truth’s work to influence American policies on issues concerning the State of Israel. Ms. Stern is the founder and president of Endowment for Middle East Truth (EMET), a pro-America and pro-Israel think tank and policy center based in Washington, D.C. This episode seeks to bring awareness about the great need for pro-Israel policy and legislation in the United States. After listening to this episode, you will have a greater understanding of the complex situations that surround writing and enforcing pro-Israel policies. <strong>In this episode, topics discussed include:</strong> <ul> <li>The truth about the charters of Hamas and Hezbollah and their stance on destruction of the state of Israel</li> <li>The dangers facing people within Hamas and Hezbollah that are in support of making peace with Israel</li> <li>The reason EMET lobbied for no military aid to former President Morsi of Egypt</li> <li>The Koby Mandell Act that allows the Department of Justice to extradite terrorists to be tried in the United States</li> </ul> <strong>Biography:</strong> <strong><a href= "https://salomoncenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/sarah-stern.jpg"> <img class="size-full wp-image-1407 alignleft" src= "https://salomoncenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/sarah-stern.jpg" alt="Sarah Stern" width="175" height="175" /></a>Sarah Stern</strong> is the founder and president of Endowment for Middle East Truth. Sarah Stern has had a rather lengthy history of advocacy for the United States of America, the State of Israel, and the Jewish people. After a few years of doing this, pro-bono, Sarah was hired by the Zionist Organization of America to be their National Policy Coordinator (from 1998 through 2004). After that, she became the Director of the Office of Legislative and Governmental Affairs of the American Jewish Congress (from 2004 through April of 2006). Sarah played a major role in the drafting and passage of many pieces of legislation, including the Syria Accountability Act, the Koby Mandell Act, and the resolution in support of Israel’s right to build a security fence. Sarah has written many articles, and has been published in Commentary, The New Republic, InFocus, FrontPageMag.com, The Jerusalem Post, the Washington Jewish Week, The Middle East Quarterly, American Thinker and Breitbart. Sarah is the editor and author of the highly acclaimed book, “Saudi Arabia and the Global Islamist Terrorist Network: America and the West’s Fatal Embrace”, which was published by Palgrave MacMillan in November of 2011. Additionally, she is the author of “Cherished Illusions”, (2005, Balfour Books), and has written a chapter in Frank Gaffney’s widely acclaimed book, “War Footing” (Naval Press. 2006).
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Education is the Key to Dispelling Anti-Semitism
In this episode of Your Second Opinion, Roz Rothstein joins the Haym Salomon Center podcast host Mike Siegel to discuss the Israel education organization StandWithUs’s efforts to inform the world on the state of Israel and dispel anti-Semitic views. Ms. Rothstein is the CEO and a co-founder of StandWithUs. This episode seeks to bring awareness about the anti-Semitism that abounds on college campuses today and what can be done to fight it. After listening to this episode, you will have a greater understanding of the impact education can have on fighting anti-Semitism and growing support for the state of Israel around the world. <strong>In this episode, topics discussed include:</strong> <ul> <li>The reason StandWithUs was founded and what it seeks to throughout the world today</li> <li>The difference between StandWithUs and other pro-Israel organizations</li> <li>The anti-boycott legislation and how it can impact the state of Israel</li> <li>The dangers of divestment on college campuses throughout the United States</li> <li>The difference alumni can make in fighting anti-Semitism on college campuses and why students need them to</li> <li>The difference in media coverage of acts of discrimination against Muslims and against Jewish people</li> </ul> <strong>Biography:</strong> <strong><a href= "https://salomoncenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/roz-rothstein.jpeg"> <img class="size-medium wp-image-1404 alignleft" src= "https://salomoncenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/roz-rothstein-230x300.jpeg" alt="roz rothstein" width="230" height="300" /></a>Roz Rothstein</strong> is the CEO and a co-founder of StandWithUs, an Israel education organization founded in 2001 which now has 15 offices in North America, Israel, the UK and Paris.  The daughter of Holocaust survivors, Rothstein and her husband Jerry sought to strengthen Israel’s image by empowering Israel’s supporters worldwide with innovative educational materials and programs. In 2007, the <em>Forward </em>named Rothstein one of the 50 most influential Jews in America, and in 2011, the <em>Jerusalem Post </em>named her the 29<sup>th</sup> of 50 most influential Jews in the world. Rothstein worked for the Westside Jewish Community Center for 10 years and served on the boards of several Jewish organizations. A native of Los Angeles, Rothstein is the child of Holocaust survivors. Rothstein holds a degree in psychology and worked as a family therapist for over two decades in California.
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American Christians and the State of Israel
In this episode of Your Second Opinion, Mathew D. Staver, Esq. in joins the Haym Salomon Center podcast host Mike Siegel to discuss Christians’ stance on Israel and Middle East relations. Mat Staver is the president of Christians in Defense of Israel and founder of the Liberty Counsel. This episode seeks to bring awareness about American Christians’ support of the state of Israel and a vested interested in Middle Eastern relations. After listening to this episode, you will have a greater understanding of the real challenges facing the state of Israel today and what can be done. <strong>In this episode, topics discussed include:</strong> <ul> <li>The reasons why so many Christians are strong advocates of the state of Israel</li> <li>The extremely detrimental consequences for Israel of returning to the re-1967 borders</li> <li>The importance of defunding the United Nations because of their anti-Semitic and anti-Israel resolutions</li> <li>The long term impact of the Obama administration’s foreign policy on the Middle East</li> <li>The problem with the two state solution and why it will not work in reality</li> </ul> <strong>Biography:</strong> <strong><a href= "https://salomoncenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/mat-staver.png"> <img class="size-full wp-image-1401 alignleft" src= "https://salomoncenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/mat-staver.png" alt="Mat Staver" width="170" height="232" /></a>Mat Staver</strong> is the Founder and Chairman of Liberty Counsel, an international nonprofit litigation, education, and policy organization dedicated to advancing religious freedom, the sanctity of human life, and the family; Chairman of Liberty Counsel Action, Freedom Federation, The Salt & Light Council, and National House of Hope; Founder and President of Covenant Journey; President of Christians in Defense of Israel; President of Liberty Relief International; Vice President and Chief Counsel of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference-CONEL; Director of the Hispanic Israel Leadership Coalition; Director of Liberty Center for Law and Policy; former Vice President of Liberty University; former Dean and tenured professor of law at Liberty University School of Law. Mat has filed numerous briefs and argued in many federal and state courts, including the U.S. Supreme Court and has argued two landmark cases before the Supreme Court, <em>Madsen v. Women's Health Center</em> and<em> McCreary County v. ACLU of Kentucky</em>. Mat has a B.A., Theology, <em>cum laude</em>, Southern Missionary College; M.A., Religion, <em>summa cum laude</em>, Andrews University; J.D., University of Kentucky; LL.D.,<em> honoris causa</em>, Liberty University; D.D., honoris causa, South Florida Bible College.
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The Truth About the Media in Israeli-Palestine Relations
In this episode of Your Second Opinion, Kenneth Bricker joins the Haym Salomon Center podcast host Mike Siegel to discuss how to ensure fair media coverage of Israel through education of journalism on the context of the conflict. Mr. Bricker is the senior press advisor for The Israel Project. This episode seeks to bring awareness about the slant the mainstream media has towards Palestine in terms of Israeli-Palestine relations. After listening to this episode, you will have a greater understanding of how the media is choosing to interpret the facts in Gaza and what can be done to ensure that Israel receives the fair press coverage that it deserves. <strong> </strong><strong>In this episode, topics discussed include:</strong> <ul> <li>The difference between The Israel Project and other pro-Israel media organizations</li> <li>The media’s slant towards the Israel as Goliath and Palestine as David and its impact on international policy</li> <li>Palestinians’ real strategy with regard to the negotiations for peace with the state of Israel</li> <li>The reporting on Operation Protective Edge and the truth that was left out of the mainstream media</li> <li>The advantages of promoting pro-Israel news on local radio stations, Facebook, and other non-traditional means</li> </ul> <strong>Biography:</strong> <strong>Kenneth Bricker</strong> is the Senior Press Advisor for The Israel Project. Based in South Florida, Bricker works with the media on issues affecting Israel and the Middle East, the Jewish people and America’s interests in the Middle East. His current portfolio includes senior editorial staff at 300 newspapers throughout the U.S; syndicated opinion columnists; Fox News; CNN; ABC News; NBC News; CBS News; Salem Radio Network; and all Florida media. Bricker served as senior adviser for psychological warfare operations at the Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) in Afghanistan from 2010-2012. Prior to that, he worked on a variety of USAID-funded international development projects designed to counter violent extremism in the Middle East and South Asia. Prior to his career managing international development projects, Bricker served as senior spokesman for the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC); director of communications for U.S. Senator Christopher Bond of Missouri; and deputy director of communications for the U.S. Indian Health Service.    
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American College Campuses and the Spread of Anti-Semitism
<strong> </strong>In this episode of Your Second Opinion, Kenneth Marcus discusses the defining anti-Semitism, the Anti-Semitism Awareness Bill, and the spread of anti-Semitism on college campuses. Kenneth Marcus is the president and general counsel for Louis Brandeis Center for Human Rights, which was founded to combat anti-Semitism on college campuses. This episode seeks to bring awareness about the spread of anti-Semitism today on American university campuses and how it can be combatted. After listening to this episode, you will have a greater understanding of the challenges affecting Jewish college students today and what the government needs to do in order to protect them. <strong> </strong> <strong>In this episode, topics discussed include:</strong> <ul> <li>The bipartisan Anti-Semitism Awareness Bill and why it is needed on college campuses throughout the United States</li> <li>The need for one definition of anti-Semitism by the American government</li> <li>The reality of anti-Semitism on college campuses in the United States today</li> <li>The definition of anti-Semitism, the Three D test, and why they are important</li> </ul> <strong>Biography:</strong> <a href= "https://salomoncenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/kenneth-marcus.png"> <img class="size-full wp-image-1374 alignleft" src= "https://salomoncenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/kenneth-marcus.png" alt="kenneth marcus" width="110" height="120" /></a> <strong>Kenneth L. Marcus</strong> is President and General Counsel of the Louis D. Brandeis Center for Human Rights Under Law and author of The Definition of Anti-Semitism (Oxford University Press: 2015) and Jewish Identity and Civil Rights in America (Cambridge University Press: 2010). Marcus founded the Brandeis Center in 2011 to combat the resurgence of anti-Semitism in American higher education.  During his public service career, Marcus served as Staff Director at the United States Commission on Civil Rights and was delegated the authority of Assistant Secretary of Education for Civil Rights and Assistant Secretary of Housing and Urban Development for Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity. Marcus also serves as Associate Editor of the Journal for the Study of Antisemitism.  Before entering public service, Mr. Marcus was a litigation partner in two major law firms, where he conducted complex commercial and constitutional litigation. He has published widely in academic journals as well as in more popular venues such as The Jerusalem Post, Commentary, The Weekly Standard, and The Christian Science Monitor.  Mr. Marcus is a graduate of Williams College, magna cum laude, and the University of California at Berkeley School of Law.
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How Libertarianism Relates to the State of Israel
<a href= "http://traffic.libsyn.com/salomoncenter/Edward_Hudgins.mp3" target="_blank">Click Here to Download</a> <!-- END 1373 Download Link -->In this episode of Your Second Opinion, Edward Hudgins joins the Haym Salomon Center podcast host Mike Siegel to discuss the affect of the views of libertarianism and socialism on the State of Israel. Dr. Hudgins is the Director of Advocacy and a Senior Scholar at The Atlas Society. This episode seeks to bring awareness about the connection between libertarianism and the state of Israel, both in the United States and around the world. After listening to this episode, you will have a greater understanding of how many libertarians view the state of Israel and why. <strong>In this episode, topics discussed include:</strong> <ul> <li>The reasons why many libertarians are not supportive of the state of Israel</li> <li>The different thought processes on immigrant and securing borders for both the United States and Israel</li> <li>Ayn Rand’s libertarianism views and her support of the state of Israel</li> <li>Israel’s roots in libertarianism and socialism and transition to a more capitalist society</li> <li>Milton Friedman’s take on the combination of collectivism and individualism in Israel</li> </ul> <strong>Biography:</strong> <a href= "https://salomoncenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/edward-hudgins.jpg"> <img class="size-medium wp-image-1375 alignleft" src= "https://salomoncenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/edward-hudgins-300x300.jpg" alt="edward hudgins" width="300" height="300" /></a> <strong>Edward Hudgins</strong>, Ph.D. is Director of Advocacy at The Atlas Society. Ed is formerly director of regulatory studies for the Cato Institute and editor of Regulation magazine, is an expert on the regulation of space and transportation, pharmaceuticals, and labor. He served as a senior economist for the Joint Economic Committee of the U.S. Congress and was both deputy director for economic policy studies and director of the Center for International Economic Growth at the Heritage Foundation. He has testified on many occasions before Congress. His opinion writing has been published in The Wall Street Journal, Houston Chronicle, USA Today, Philadelphia Inquirer, Journal of Commerce, Aviation Week & Space Technology, among other publications. In addition he is the best-selling author of The Republican Party’s Civil War: Will Freedom Win?
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Anti-Semitism in the Black Lives Matter Movement
<a href= "http://traffic.libsyn.com/salomoncenter/Jonathan_Greenberg.mp3" target="_blank">Click Here to Download</a> <!-- END 1369 Download Link -->In this episode of Your Second Opinion, Rabbi Jonathan Greenberg joins host Mike Siegel to discuss the American Jewish community's relationship with leftism and Israel, as well as Black Lives Matter's support of the BDS Movement. Rabbi Greenberg is the Vice President of the Hyam Salomon Center and well respected on issues of foreign policy. This podcast seeks to bring greater exposure to the danger of the Black Lives Matter Movement’s fight against the state of Israel. After listening to this podcast, you will have a greater understanding of the opposition to Israel within the United States today. <strong>In this episode, topics discussed include:</strong> <ul> <li>The reason many American reformed Jews are not supportive of the state of Israel</li> <li>The concept of intersectionality and how it affects support within the United States for Palestine</li> <li>George Soros’ funding of Black Lives Matter and how that connects to the state of Israel today</li> <li>The United States’ foreign aid to Israel and how it really benefits the United States’ economy</li> <li>The anti-Zionist position’s switch to contain anti-Semitics instead of just people who oppose the state of Israel</li> </ul> <strong>Biography:</strong> <strong><a href= "https://salomoncenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/Jonathan.jpg"> <img class="size-full wp-image-94 alignleft" src= "https://salomoncenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/Jonathan.jpg" alt="Jonathan Greenberg" width="200" height="199" /></a>Jonathan Greenberg  </strong>currently serves as Senior Vice President of the Haym Salomon Center. Jonathan is a respected voice on foreign policy whose work has been carried in The Jerusalem Post, New York Daily News, New York Post, The Washington Times, The Hill, The New York Observer, The Daily Caller, and numerous other publications. Prior to joining the Haym Salomon Center, Jonathan spent two years as a Vice President at the Illinois Policy Institute, one of the country’s premier free-market think tanks. Jonathan spent more than five years at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, first in the Washington office and, later, as Midwest Political Director where he was responsible for 95 Congressional districts across nine states. Jonathan was ordained a rabbi by Hebrew Union College in 2006. He has a masters degree in Public Affairs and a bachelors in Political Science, both from Indiana University.
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Relations Between United States, Iran, and Israel
In this episode of Your Second Opinion, Bridget Johnson joins the Haym Salomon Center podcast host Mike Siegel to discuss fighting ISIS and strategies for preventing ISIS terrorism attacks at home in the United States. Bridget is a Senior Fellow at the Haym Salomon Center and specializes in terrorism analysis. This podcast seeks to bring greater awareness to the threat of ISIS in today’s world and the challenges of fighting an enemy with such broad reaching recruitment and terrorism tactics. After listening to this podcast, you will have a greater understanding of how authorities can best fight the spread of terrorism and ISIS around the world. <strong>In this episode, topics discussed include:</strong> <ul> <li>The United States’ bombing of ISIS fighters in Libya at the request of the Libyan government</li> <li>The Obama administration’s strategy on ISIS for the last six months before the change in the American presidency</li> <li>Why scattering terrorists on the run is not a positive thing and how our measure of success in fighting ISIS needs to be different than a typical war</li> <li>The spread of ISIS around the world, including within the United States, and the targeted recruitment process for new followers</li> <li>ISIS training for new recruits and why it does not need to take place overseas for homegrown terrorists</li> <li>The danger of Homeland Security’s policy to not look at social media accounts of people looking to immigrate to the United States</li> </ul> <strong>Biography:</strong> <strong><a href= "https://salomoncenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/10897963_10152618492104021_4675650762979562420_n.jpg"> <img class="size-medium wp-image-1093 alignleft" src= "https://salomoncenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/10897963_10152618492104021_4675650762979562420_n-300x300.jpg" alt="Bridget Johnson" width="300" height= "300" /></a>Bridget Johnson </strong>is a Senior Fellow specializing in terrorism analysis at the Haym Salomon Center. She is an NPR contributor and has contributed to USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, National Review Online, Politico, New York Daily News, New York Observer, RealClearWorld and more, and has myriad television and radio credits. Bridget is a veteran journalist whose news articles have run in dozens of news outlets across the globe. Bridget first came to Washington to be online editor at The Hill, where she wrote The World from The Hill column on foreign policy. Previously she was an opinion writer and editorial board member at the Rocky Mountain News and nation/world news columnist at the Los Angeles Daily News. In addition to her work with the Haym Salomon Center, Bridget currently serves as Washington D.C. Bureau Chief for PJ Media.  
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The State of Israel Today
<a href= "http://traffic.libsyn.com/salomoncenter/HSC_Abe_Miiller.mp3" target="_blank">Click Here to Download</a> <!-- END 1360 Download Link --> In this episode of Your Second Opinion, Professor Abraham Miller joins the Haym Salomon Center podcast host Mike Siegel to discuss the greatest threats to the West and the state of Israel today. Professor Miller is one of today’s premier American scholars on the state of Israel and Middle Eastern studies. Professor Miller brings eye-opening information on the threat of Iran in today’s world. This episode seeks to bring awareness about the relationship between the United States, Iran, and Israel and how it impacts our entire world today. After listening to this episode, you will have a greater understanding of today’s threats on Israel and how the United States is affected. <strong>In this episode, topics discussed include:</strong> <ul> <li>Obama’s failure in crafting and passing the Iran Nuclear Deal and how it threatens Israel today</li> <li>The link between leftist liberalism and American Jews and why many American Jews can be anti-Israel</li> <li>The difference between dictators who abuse their own people and dictators who export terrorism and how it relates to Middle East relations today</li> <li>President Carter, the Iranian Hostage Crisis, and the October Surprise conspiracy theory</li> <li>S. $38 billion military aid package to Israel and why Israel should have rejected it</li> <li>The impact of electing either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump on future relations with Israel</li> </ul> <strong>Biography:</strong> <strong><a href= "https://salomoncenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/Abe-Picture.jpg"> <img class="size-full wp-image-91 alignleft" src= "https://salomoncenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/Abe-Picture.jpg" alt="abraham miller" width="240" height="273" /></a></strong> <strong>Abraham H. Miller</strong> is Professor Emeritus of Political Science, University of Cincinnati and a former counterterrorism consultant to the National Institute of Justice. An authority on ethnic politics and political violence, he is the editor of the book <a href= "http://www.amazon.com/Terrorism-negotiations-Westview-international-terrorism/dp/0891588566/ref=la_B001KCIV7G_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1385080739&sr=1-2"><em>Terrorism and Hostage Negotiations</em></a> (1980) and the author of two novels set amidst the political and social turmoil of the Windy City in the 1950s and 1960s, <a href= "http://www.amazon.com/Vorshavsky-Chicago-Abraham-H-Miller/dp/1424194318/ref=la_B001KCIV7G_1_3?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1385080739&sr=1-3"><em>Vorshavsky: A Chicago Story</em></a> (2007) and <a href= "http://www.amazon.com/Fourteenth-Street-Abraham-Miller-Ph-D/dp/1479201790/ref=la_B001KCIV7G_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1385080739&sr=1-1"><em>Fourteenth Street: A Chicago Story</em></a> (2012).  
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Meet the Haym Salomon Center: A Candid Interview with Paul Miller
In this first episode of Your Second Opinion, Paul Miller, President of the Haym Salomon Center, joins host Mike Siegel to discuss the Center’s work. The Salomon Center seeks to bring awareness to issues surrounding Israel, as well as defend Western civilization, promote liberal democracy, and change the media’s cultural narrative. This episode seeks to bring awareness about the work and impact of the Haym Salomon Center. After listening to this episode, you will have a greater understanding of the importance of the Salomon Center’s work to Western civilization today and why you can trust its reporting. <strong>In this episode, topics discussed include:</strong> <ul> <li>The focus of the work of the Haym Salomon Center and how it is different from other pro-Israel organizations</li> <li>The importance of knowing who is coming through the borders into the United States in a post-9/11 world</li> <li>The reason the Salomon Center seeks to bring awareness about other groups in addition to the Jews and Israel</li> <li>The importance of brining to light the attack on Western culture by the far left and how that fulfills the vision of Haym Salomon</li> <li>The impact the Haym Salomon Center is having and has already had in spreading awareness about the pro-Israel point of view</li> </ul> <strong>Biography:</strong> <strong><a href= "https://salomoncenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/Paulie-Headshot.jpg"> <img class="wp-image-103 alignleft" src= "https://salomoncenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/Paulie-Headshot-232x300.jpg" alt="paul miller" width="152" height= "197" /></a></strong><strong>Paul Miller </strong>serves as President and Executive Director of the news and public policy group Haym Salomon Center. A childhood steeped in freedom of political expression around the family dinner table led Paul to the formal study of journalism, ultimately shaping him into the outspoken critic of Progressive anti-Semitism and media bias against Israel that has characterized him for the last two decades. His byline can be found in the New York Post, New York Observer, Fox News, Washington Times, Chicago Tribune, Jerusalem Post and The Hill, just to name a few. His work has been featured on the Drudge Report and news sites across the globe. As a respected authority on national politics, Middle East policy and media accountability, Paul has been quoted and sourced by the New York Times, Fox News, Chicago Tribune and the Washington Times. He has appeared on radio programs all over the country as well as Israel and Canada.
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Who Was Haym Salomon?
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