Journalistic Malpractice

Basic principles of journalism dictate that a paper’s editorial position be based on accurate facts and should fully consider all relevant issues. Both of these principles were violated by the JT in editorials published on Oct. 21 In “Preparing the People for Peace,” the JT claims that since the Oslo period, Israel has done “nothing… Read More

Hillary? Seriously?

In the JT’s Oct. 14 Opinion page endorsement of Hillary Clinton for president, you said that she has an “even temperament.” However, according to former Secret Service agents, she is known to have thrown plates and dishes at husband Bill more than once while she was first lady. You called her a “left-leaning centrist,” yet… Read More

No Go on Endorsement

Since when did the Jewish Times become a political publication (“Hillary Clinton for President,” Oct. 14)? Everyone who subscribes is not a liberal Democrat, and I am personally offended that my subscription money is being used to promote Hillary Clinton. The Your Say letters of Oct. 28 (“Clinton Corrupt,” “Clinton a Liar”) said it all,… Read More

Biased against Trump

Regardless of who each of us is voting for, it is irresponsible to blame either candidate for the kind of people they attract. That is why we were very surprised to read your article claiming anti-Semitism in Donald Trump’s campaign, even though he has never been instigated for it or condoned it (“Report Cites Anti-Semitism… Read More

Clinton a Liar

When are you liberal Jews going to wake up? Hillary Clinton is a liar and has been taking millions of dollars from the U.S. and Israel’s enemies. She gave $150 billion to Iran to spread terrorism. And what is the purpose of having open borders and allowing in hundreds of thousands of illiterate people from… Read More

Clinton Corrupt; Trump a Leader

It has been obvious that the Jewish Times has moved to the left politically by ignoring  issues that are important to the Jewish community. By  endorsing Hillary Clinton (“Hillary Clinton for President,” Oct. 14), the JT has ignored the candidate whose policies are in favor of Americans in general and Jews in particular. Clinton was… Read More

More on J Street

I did not read the JT’s Sept. 16 editorial “J Street Crosses the Line,” but I do have remarks on Dr. Robert O. Freedman’s Sept. 30 letter on the subject. Contrary to what much of the media reports, little if any construction is in expansion of settlements. It is additional construction within already existing settlements…. Read More

Milsten: Dedicated, Honest

We were saddened to learn of the passing of Barbara Pash Milsten (“Barbara Milsten: Baltimore’s Best,” Oct. 7). We knew Barbara as a dedicated journalist. She was always  interested in getting the facts straight and reporting the news in an unbiased and honest way. She was tough at times but always fair. Barbara was a… Read More

ZOA Should Join ADL

Instead of attacking the venerable ADL (“ADL’s Greenblatt Embraces Controversy, Bemoans Rancor in Community,” Sept. 30), Mort Klein and the Zionist Organization of America should be joining hands with it in combating the anti-Semitic white supremacists who openly support the presidential  candidacy of Donald J. Trump. Wait a minute. Mort Klein can’t really do that, inasmuch as the ZOA’s primary financial… Read More

What about Hillary’s Slur?

The JT’s Sept. 23 article in The Seen, “Transparent Director Wins Emmy; Compares Trump to Hitler,” was an obnoxious effort to once again malign Trump. This presidential candidate, a strong supporter of Jewish causes and Israel, deserves better. Perhaps when running a story like this you should also run the reports of Hillary Clinton’s anti-Semitic… Read More