Stuart Kaufman, Author at The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
Stuart Kaufman
Stuart Kaufman is a retired lawyer, businessman and entrepreneur. He held numerous positions in corporate life, practiced law, was an investment banker, and owned several businesses. He holds a B.A. from New York University, and a J.D. from The George Washington University. At GW, he was one of the first five people in the country to earn an LL.M. in Environmental Law. He has one son, David, who is a lawyer and his wife, Susan, who was a lawyer, as well. Stuart retired in 2005, and when Susan retired in 2012, they moved from New York to Charleston, SC. He spends his free time as a political activist and supporting the State of Israel. Until February 2020 he wrote a monthly column for the Charleston Mercury. He is the sexton of BSBI Congregation, Charleston’s oldest Orthodox Jewish synagogue, and he is a member of the Charleston Symphony Orchestra Chorus.
by | Mar 31, 2020

My latest column, in the February edition of the Charleston Mercury, became my last column as a result of a…

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