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Oct 10, 2020

This episode examines different perspectives on the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. We share a story authored by a pro-life advocate who uncovers her support of race based unlimited access to abortion, and her indifference towards the millions of unprotected children who died a violent death from abortion, including partial birth abortion, as well as her legal opinions promoting pedophilia. This view is diametrically opposite that of the Jewish community's adulation of the late justice as viewed in a Jerusalem Post article declaring her to be a righteous champion of civil and women's rights, and a figure commensurate with saints and Jewish matriarchs.  

Next, we study our power point slides to underscore the Jewish principles that Justice Ginsburg ignored, even though she credited her Jewish heritage for her approach to jurisprudence. Power Point slide #5 Sanctity of Human Life in Judaism, slide #60 Jewish Champion of ‘Inconvenient Life’, slide #61 The Moral Imperative - Torture, and slide #55 Justice For All. We close the episode with a reminder that Heavenly forgiveness for sin and error is particularly powerful during the 10 Days of Repentance between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, when the Almighty welcomes our sincere attempts to renounce secular attachments and reconnect with Him. Aired 9/24/20.

The Sanctity of Human Life in Judaism

Jewish Champion of ‘Inconvenient Life’

The Moral Imperative - Torture

Justice For All

Ginsburg died peacefully, unlike the tens of millions of babies whose violent murder she advocated.

Ginsburg's death on Rosh Hashanah significant for some Jewish Americans

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