Here is the 2012 TYGRRRR EXPRESS State of the Blog Address. The state of the TYGRRRR EXPRESS has never been stronger. Happy New Year to all, and you're welcome. Published December 31 2011
Tim Tebow is Satan. He is the personification of evil in the modern world, and must be destroyed. This is not about politics or religion. It is about something much more important. Published December 31 2011
New Year's Day of 2012 is the final week of the National Football League 2011 regular season. Teams are fighting for NFL playoff spots. Here are all of the possibilities. Published December 30 2011
Today is the final day of Hanukkah, which brings the epilogue to the festival of lights as well as the analysis of the Republican Jewish Coalition 2012 Presidential Candidates Forum. Published December 28 2011
Former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman spoke at the Republican Jewish Coalition 2012 Presidential Candidates Forum. Like his entire campaign, nobody knows why. Published December 27 2011
December 25 should be renamed Chris Christiemas. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie lit up the Republican Jewish Coalition 2012 Presidential Candidates Forum as the lunchtime keynote speaker. Published December 26 2011
As an 8 year old Jewish boy, I came to the conclusion that Santa was an anti-Semite. I wanted to sue him, but my parents intervened. Happy Christmas, Hanukkah, and Festivus to all! Published December 24 2011
At the RJC Presidential Candidates Forum, Texas Governor Rick Perry offered a heartfelt speech about his love for Israel. Published December 23 2011
Minnesota Congresswoman Bachmann offered warm sentiments about Israel based on her personal experiences growing up. Published December 22 2011
At the Republican Jewish Coalition 2012 Presidential Candidates Forum, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich offered a withering assault on liberalism and the Obama administration. Published December 21 2011
Hanukkah begins at sundown, December 20. The festival of lights has a meaning that even most Jews never learned in Hebrew school. Time to celebrate and honor the true meaning of Hanukkah. Published December 20 2011
North Korea announced the death of Kim Jong Il at age 69. He was different from other despots for one reason: Nobody figured out exactly what he wanted. Published December 19 2011
The Fox News debate was held at the same time as Thursday Night Football. They were equally unwatchable, as the worst of politics and football were on display. Published December 17 2011
Christopher Hitchens inspired many people and enraged many others, sometimes simultaneously and often in unexpected ways. His death has left a void for those who admire boundless intellect. Published December 16 2011
At the Republican Jewish Coalition 2012 Presidential Candidates Forum, former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney spoke clearly about how he could turn the economy around. Published December 15 2011
The Republican Jewish Coalition 2012 Presidential Candidates Forum featured serious remarks by former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum. Published December 13 2011
A movement containing many people who hate Jews and Republicans is angry that their candidate Ron Paul was excluded from a Republican Jewish forum. Should the Klan attend NAACP banquets? Published December 8 2011
Seventy years ago today, Pearl Harbor was attacked. The world changed forever, and America showed its resolve. World War II heroes saved the world and preserved the American way of life. Published December 7 2011
December 7th, 2011, is the Republican Jewish Coalition 2012 Presidential Candidates Forum in Washington, DC. If you should attend one political event this primary season, this is it. Published December 6 2011
Liberal smearing of conservatives began with Robert Bork and continues to this day with George W. Bush, Sarah Palin, and Herman Cain. Will conservatives ever stand up and fight back? Published December 5 2011
Eric Golub is a politically conservative Jewish blogger, author, public speaker, and comedian. His book trilogy is “Ideological Bigotry,” “Ideological Violence,” and “Ideological Idiocy.”
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