A good political leader or writer knows about skin in the game, or the idea that whatever you write about should be related to the risks that you take. You can’t just say something and not pay the price for your thoughts. One of the courageous and admirable people these days that understand the consequences of skin in the game is Adam Milstein, and he’s the man writing for Jewish News Syndicate.
— Adam Milstein (@AdamMilstein) April 20, 2018
The Latest Article
One of the latest articles today that Adam Milstein is writing about is the risks posed by radical Muslims and the threats they cause to the society. It is the professional opinion of Adam Milstein that the radical Muslims are delegitimizing Israel, and they’re also destroying the values of the Western culture. It is also his opinion that the anti-Semitism of such fundamental Muslim beliefs promote the kind of anti-semitism that isn’t supported by the American values.
Anti-semitism, according to Adam Milstein, is already a prevalent issue in the global politics and one of its threats is the fact that it is growing. There are many reasons why this is happening. There’s also a lot of analysis that may not be easy to verify, but the fact of the matter is, this anti-semitism is highly most likely rooted in bigotry, hate, and racism.
We should also state here that Adam believes that North America is already showing signs that it is holding an alliance with Europe in addressing the rise of anti-semitism. Radical Muslims have been stoning women and executing gays and trampling on the minority, and this is something that should be avoided by the Western world, according to Mr. Adam.
About Adam Milstein
As an author on the JNS.org Blog, Mr. Milstein has built a reputation for being an expert on international political affairs. He’s also the managing partner at the prestigious Hager Pacific Properties, which is a role that’s responsible for overseeing the firm’s financing plans, including its disposition and property management. He also served in the Yom Kippur War, and a graduate of the Technion in 1978, with an MBA degree at the USC.