Tag Archives: Jesse Eisenberg

A Modern Deluge of Jewish Movie Stars

Back in the day, the glorious days of Hollywood, especially the 1930s and 1940s, Jewish characters were kept at a minimum and stereotyped as immigrants. Hollywood was the greatest Protestant plastic art form – ironically – built and created by Jews … Continue reading

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Let’s Talk About Facebook

Facebook is here to stay. Like the telephone, the horseless carriage, and the television before it, the “social network” that has certain pundits raging, is not going anywhere. Is it a fad? It is… just like those aforementioned technologies. Facebook … Continue reading

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