Judah Friedman

Judah Friedman (@ judahmfriedman) is a writer in Los Angeles.

They’re Always Coming After You

 

It’s impossible to know what they will come for next, because who in their right minds would have known what they came for first. Will Dallas Keuchel have to change his first name because the left finds Texas offensive? Or his last because it’s pronounced “Kykel”? What next, your name, my name? Do I just […]

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Francisco’s Hideway

 

I was, maybe, twenty-one at the time, sitting in a 12-step meeting, not yet ready to get sober, and in no shape at the time to drink; the alcoholic quagmire. I can’t remember much from that moment, in time, of my life, but one story stuck with me. Frankly, it haunted me. A girl, no […]

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I’ll Tell You What’s Next

 

The President is right, when he asks, “What’s next?” It’s a logical question, but logic and fact don’t work against a movement like the alt-left, given that “logical-alt-left” qualifies as the true definition of oxymoron. No different than saying “trusted senator,” or connecting “Islam” with “peace” in the same sentence. So, how do you fight a […]

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Who Put Charlottesville on the Map?

 

“If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?” That would have been the narrative in Charlottesville. However, the media and social media have made what was a local story at best into, well, what it has become. You win, media, you win, social […]

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Helping the Transgendered

 

How many Americans actually know what a transgender person is? No, a transgender person isn’t a man or a woman who dresses as the opposite sex — that would be a transvestite. Nor is it a person who has actually had a procedure to change their sex — that would be a transsexual. Confused? Of […]

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Breaking Up Is Hard to Do

 

How many men and women in America are still with the first person they dated or got engaged to? Remember those vows, till death do us part? When in reality, for many, it should be “till divorce did us part.” Sometimes couples “consciously uncouple,” and sometimes you send the pool water in a truck and […]

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Let’s Give Republicans a Taste of John Fogerty

 

“Sometimes I think life is just a rodeo, the trick is to ride and make it to the bell.” Aside from “Rock and Roll Girls” being one of the most underrated songs ever written, it sort of sums up the daily lives of most Americans. Your hardships, your fears, your joys and sorrows, it’s all […]

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About Those Trump Supporters

 

For years, millions of Americans have been held hostage by the leftist liberal and media platforms. Living in the shadows of society as they watched their incomes flat line, and factories and professions shut down. They have been mocked for their faiths and ridiculed for their beliefs, constantly being told that’s what’s good for the […]

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No Schlepping With Shep

 

Jon Scott, Shepard Smith, along with a constant stream of neocons and never-Trumpers who appear on the Bush “compassionate conservative” war era Special Report with Bret Baier: What do you think would happen, if, one day, Hannity, Tucker, or Neil were gone? Because I know what would happen if you guys were gone. Think college […]

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The Little Builder of Brighton Beach

 

Excerpts from my new nonfiction book tentatively titled: “The Little Builder.”  The plan started a little over forty years ago, in a room that only existed to those for whom it existed. It was called “operation little builder,” and the future of Mother Russia hinged on this plan succeeding. The leader of this operation was […]

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