View from Denver
‘Lawrence of Arabia’ and Aaron Aaronsohn: glorious triumph, bitter defeat
Hillel GoldbergJun 26, 2008
The perfectly hopeless vulgarity of the half-Europeanized Arab is appalling. Better a thousand times the Arab untouched. The foreigners come out here always to teach,...
The Search Committee
Hillel GoldbergJun 19, 2008
Not encouraging. But, oddly, successful. This novel has virtually no plot, a very limited and unsubtle cast of characters, no change of scenery in fact, with the...
Shavuout: The oneness of G-d
Hillel GoldbergJun 05, 2008
G-d is one. In trying to understand the oneness of G-d, the what is often rendered subservient to the how, and because the how is at best only imprecisely...
‘What do you do for a living?’ — ‘I design bullets’
Hillel GoldbergMay 29, 2008
My favorite topic: how to kill people, that is, how best to kill people. That wasnt the actual headline, but it could have been. This bullet vs. that bullet....
The ghost’s ghost
Hillel GoldbergMay 23, 2008
Ive never had a ghost writer. But what about a ghosts ghost? That would be Andrea Jacobs, IJN senior writer. I drift by Andreas window, tossing out the standard,...
Denver Post Editor Greg Moore visits Israel
Hillel GoldbergMay 08, 2008
Denver Post Editor Greg Moore visited Israel, Feb. 7-17, on an ADL mission. It was his first visit to Israel. Upon his return he sat for an interview. It was […]