Journalist @baltimoresun writer artist runner #amwriting Chaplain PIO #partylikeajournalist

Journalist @baltimoresun writer artist runner #amwriting Chaplain PIO #partylikeajournalist
Journalist @baltimoresun writer artist runner #amwriting Md Troopers Assoc #20 & Westminster Md Fire Dept Chaplain PIO #partylikeajournalist

Sunday, July 07, 2019

“First responders, medics carry burden when deaths occur” by Heather Mongilio

“First responders, medics carry burden when deaths occur” by Jeremy Arias, Heather Mongilio, The Frederick News Post, June 30, 2019

For police officers [fire and police chaplains] and doctors alike, telling family members a loved one died is part of the job.

[…]

New officers are taught to avoid using euphemisms or phrases like "your family member is in a better place," or "your loved one has moved on," preferring instead to use more direct language, while remaining as sympathetic as possible.

Frederick police send two officers on death notifications, preferably a male and a female, along with one of several volunteer chaplains the department rotates between to assist.


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Kevin Dayhoff for Westminster Common Council
Westminster Municipal election May 14, 2019
Authority Caroline Babylon, Treasurer.

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Baltimore Sun Carroll Eagle: http://tinyurl.com/KED-Sun

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Friday, June 07, 2019

Westminster Fire Department thanks Weis Markets for the water and the Gatorade

Westminster Fire Department thanks Weis Markets for the water and the Gatorade

In the summertime firefighters and EMS providers go through a lot of water and Gatorade. It is not a luxury.

Westminster Md. June 6, 2019 - - The men and women of the Westminster Fire Engine and Hose Co. No. 1 would like to thank Weis Markets for donating water and Gatorade for the firefighters and EMS providers.

In the summertime firefighters and EMS providers go through a lot of water and Gatorade. It is not a luxury. When you spend long hours on automobile accidents, fires, and back-to-back EMS calls, staying hydrated is a critical life, safety, and welfare issue.

The best time to stay hydrated is yesterday.

According to Westminster Fire Department President Jamie Petry on Thursday, June 6, 2019, “Weis Markets is collecting water and Gatorade for WFD. Today we picked up almost 3 pallets of water and 2 grocery carts full of Gatorade” Petry added that the department really appreciates the support of the community – and Weis Markets. Thank you.

By Westminster Fire Department PIO and Chaplain Kevin Dayhoff

https://dayhoffwestminster.blogspot.com/2019/06/westminster-fire-department-thanks-weis.html






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Kevin Dayhoff for Westminster Common Council
Westminster Municipal election May 14, 2019
Authority Caroline Babylon, Treasurer.

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Baltimore Sun Carroll Eagle: http://tinyurl.com/KED-Sun

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Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Commentary Blubaugh: It was a great run, but it's time to cut the cord

Commentary Blubaugh: It was a great run, but it's time to cut the cord

April 7, 2019 by Bob Blubaugh

https://www.carrollcountytimes.com/opinion/columnists/cc-op-blubaugh-040719-story.html 

I’m in the process of ending an 18-year relationship.

Decisions like this are never easy. It’s going to be a major change. The house is going to feel a bit empty. I know I’m going to say or do some things out of habit before remembering. The process will be painful at times, but I’m convinced it’s for the best and everyone will be better off.

Yes, after 18 faithful years as a customer, I’m breaking up with DirecTV. I’m cutting the cord.

This doesn’t make me unique. Some 33 million Americans have left pay-TV behind, eschewing cable or satellite television in favor of streaming services. It is estimated that 6 million customers cut the cord last year and that even more will do so this year.

According to techjury.com, nearly all Americans aged 25-34 access some TV content through the internet and 90 percent of young people say they prefer consuming TV this way than via cable or satellite packages.

This demographic, of course, never knew what it was like to grow up with just three channels.

Read more here: https://www.carrollcountytimes.com/opinion/columnists/cc-op-blubaugh-040719-story.html 

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Kevin Dayhoff for Westminster Common Council
Westminster Municipal election May 14, 2019
Authority Caroline Babylon, Treasurer.

Carroll County Times: www.tinyurl.com/KED-CCT
Baltimore Sun Carroll Eagle: http://tinyurl.com/KED-Sun

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Dayhoff Carroll: www.kevindayhoff.org
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Attending the Fifth annual Carroll County Overdose Vigil

Attending the Fifth annual Carroll County Overdose Vigil 21May2019. According to an article in the Carroll County Times by Jon Kelvey on May 16, 2019, "Fifth annual Carroll County Overdose Vigil a tradition of healing from grief," found here: https://www.carrollcountytimes.com/news/local/cc-fifth-overdose-vigil-20190516-story.html:

"Tuesday evening will bring the fifth annual Carroll County Drug Overdose and Prevention Vigil, a new tradition that has become a ritual of healing for many people touched by in one way or another by addiction.

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"This year's event will run from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., at the Scott Center Auditorium at Carroll Community College, and as in years past will feature the names of people who have been lost to an opioid drug overdose and a candlelight vigil. New this year will be a keynote address by Maryland Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford."

Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Heather DeWees, delivered the oath of office

Heather DeWees, the Carroll County Clerk of the Court, delivered the oath of office to incoming Westminster Councilwoman Ann Thomas Gilbert, Kevin Earl Dayhoff, and returning Councilman Greg Pecoraro, at last night's Westminster Mayor and Common Council Biennial Organizational meeting. This, after a wonderfully positive municipal election. We look forward to Jessica Laird, Steven Colella, and Kate Carter, who also ran in the election, staying involved with the city; and the day when they will take a seat at the council table. And a big thanks to Madame Clerk DeWees for going out of her way to be there for us and swear us into office. What a class act. 20May2019

When Jamie Petry, the President of the Westminster Fire Co. speaks

When Jamie Petry, the President of the Westminster Fire Engine and Hose Co. No. 1, speaks at the meeting of the Westminster Mayor and Common Council; everyone listens. She rules. (20May2019)

Friday, May 17, 2019

Installation of officers at the Jerome L. Day Post 48 – 29th Division Association

Installation of officers at the Jerome L. Day Post 48 – 29th Division Association at the American Legion in Westminster - with Caroline and many good friends including Sgt. Major Jim Eckard. The guest speaker was Tony Eckard from the Carroll County Public Library who spoke about the "Celebrating America" program. 17May2019

Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Having lunch with my several of my biggest fans

Having lunch with my several of my biggest fans who double as my command staff, my younger sister and my Mom. The rest of my command staff, my wife Caroline, went back to work. My command staff is awesome. Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Monday, May 06, 2019

Westminster mayor Joe Dominick praises council candidates


Westminster mayor Joe Dominick praises council candidates

Awesome letter to the editor by Westminster Mayor Joe Dominick - Carroll County Times May 6, 2019 Letters: Westminster mayor praises council candidates https://www.carrollcountytimes.com/opinion/letters/cc-op-letters-050619-story.html

You’ve started seeing campaign signs, direct mail, and Facebook posts asking for your vote come Tuesday, May 14. An election for three seats on the City of Westminster’s Common Council is upon us.

Between elections, the residents in the City of Westminster rely on myself and the Council to make decisions on their behalf. It is a great responsibility that we are honored to have. Every two years the residents of the City have the great responsibility to vote for half of their representatives.

Jessica Laird works in business development at one of the largest institutions here in the city. She brings a new energy to the City and will be a strong supporter of public safety and Main Street initiatives.

Steven Colella also brings a new energy to the City. All of his professional experience has been in municipal government and economic development. Public safety and downtown initiatives would be his main focus.

Kevin Dayhoff is a former Mayor and Councilman. He is a very kind and caring man. I haven’t met anyone who loves the City of Westminster more than Mr. Dayhoff. If you ever want to hear a detailed history of the City, just ask him.

Councilman Gregory Pecoraro is currently a Councilman and is seeking re-election. He has served multiple terms and brings a lot of experience to the current elected body. Councilman Pecoraro is a good man. I’ve worked well with him on issues — when we agree and when we don’t.

I’ve known Kate Carter for a couple of years. She is a technology professional with a lot of good ideas. Between her professional experience and interest in downtown, Kate brings a lot to the table. Kate’s father was a business professor at Western Maryland/McDaniel College. He was the best teacher I’ve ever had.

Ann Thomas Gilbert has been one of the main people moving the Veteran’s Independence Project forward. She has devoted her professional life to social services. Running for Council is one more way she wants to help her community.

Disagreement is good in government, but politics doesn’t have to be negative. These six individuals have decided to step up to help preserve what’s good in the City and move the rest forward.

I am confident that the City of Westminster will be in good hands come May 14. Please vote for those who you want in office.

Mayor Joe Dominick

Westminster

https://dayhoffwestminster.blogspot.com/2019/05/westminster-mayor-joe-dominick-praises.html

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Kevin Dayhoff for Westminster Common Council
Westminster Municipal election May 14, 2019
Authority Caroline Babylon, Treasurer.

Carroll County Times: www.tinyurl.com/KED-CCT
Baltimore Sun Carroll Eagle: http://tinyurl.com/KED-Sun

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Westminster candidates for the May 14th, 2019 municipal election.

Westminster candidates for the May 14th, 2019 municipal election.

May 5th, 2019

https://dayhoffwestminster.blogspot.com/2019/05/westminster-candidates-for-may-14th.html 

VOCAL always does a good job of doing its homework and bringing the issues in the community forward for consideration and discussion. According to its website, “VOCAL is an inclusive grassroots group in Carroll County, Maryland advocating for ethical and just principles, policies, and officials in local government…” The community owes a debt of gratitude to VOCAL for all its work on behalf of the community.

It’s coverage of the Westminster municipal elections may be found here: https://vocalcarrollcounty.wordpress.com/elections/elections-2019/city-of-westminster-election-2019/

Westminster voters will head to the polls on May 14, 2019 to elect three members of the Common Council. The term of office for a Common Councilmember is four years.

Six candidates have filed to run for three open seats on the Westminster Common Council. The deadline to file was Monday April 15, 2019. at 5 p.m. The election will be May 14 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., according to Shannon Visocsky, Westminster City Clerk.

Candidates for the three open seats on the Common Council are Kate Carter, Steven Colella, Kevin Earl Dayhoff, Ann Thomas Gilbert, Jessica M. Laird, and Greg Pecoraro.

Those who live on the east side of Md. 31 vote at the Westminster fire department at 28 John St., she said. Those who live on the west side of Md. 31 vote at the Community Center at 325 Royer Road.

Anyone who has lived within the city limits for at least six months and can vote in a general election is qualified to vote in the municipal election, Visocsky said.

In the past, the city has faced issues such as public safety, economic development and how to keep the Main Street area vital.

The Carroll Community Media Center’s candidate profiles and voter guide for the May 14, 2019 municipal election may be found here: https://www.carrollmediacenter.org/westminster-voting-guide

VOCAL’s voter guide may be found here: https://vocalcarrollcounty.wordpress.com/elections/elections-2019/city-of-westminster-election-2019/westminster-candidates/

https://kevindayhoff.wordpress.com/2019/05/06/westminster-candidates/

https://www.facebook.com/kevindayhoff/posts/10216366287523366

https://patch.com/maryland/westminster/westminster-candidates-may-14th-2019-municipal-election 

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Kevin Dayhoff for Westminster Common Council
Westminster Municipal election May 14, 2019
Authority Caroline Babylon, Treasurer.

Carroll County Times: www.tinyurl.com/KED-CCT
Baltimore Sun Carroll Eagle: http://tinyurl.com/KED-Sun

Facebook Dayhoff for Westminster: https://www.facebook.com/DayhoffforWestminster/
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Dayhoff Soundtrack: www.kevindayhoff.net
Dayhoff Carroll: www.kevindayhoff.org
Kevin Dayhoff Time Flies: https://kevindayhoff.wordpress.com/  

Friday, May 03, 2019

Be sure to let us know if you are coming to “Koffee with Kevin.”

Be sure to let us know if you are coming to “Koffee with Kevin.”

May 3, 2019 by Kevin Dayhoff, kevindayhoff@gmail.com

Sherri and I are trying to figure out how much food to order for “Koffee with Kevin” on Saturday evening at Birdie’s Café on May 4th, from 5:30 to 8 p.m. for light refreshments and conversation. Let us know if you are coming so that Sherri can make arrangements to have enough food available. We are looking forward to see you. For more information please see: https://www.facebook.com/events/294279461495454/ and please sign-in, if you have not already done so. THX 

Keep in mind that there are no plans for a program, speeches or any mindless political drivel. Look upon it as an art opening without the artist talk.

Several of the other candidates have been invited. I like all of them – they are our community leaders. Everyone gets a participation trophy in this election. After the top three take their turn at the council table chances are the other three will continue to play a leadership role in the community. We hope.

Westminster has some tough challenges ahead and this is a good opportunity to get together and toss around a few ideas. There will be plenty of Birdie’s great coffee and light refreshments available. Many folks have asked for a get together to talk about the election. This is your chance.

It was suggested that we consult with our Ouija board about how many folks are coming. Earlier I had asked my Ouija board if Tupac is really dead or just ignoring my texts like usual? I mean, while he was alive, he created five studio albums – but he really did release five albums after he died in 1996.

However my board is still angry since I asked it, “Describe the history of the sociological, economic, psychological, and physiological progress of humankind in relationship to ethnomusicology and religious structure, from its origins to the present day; concentrating especially, but not exclusively, on its social, political, economic, religious, and philosophical impact on Europe, Asia, America, and Africa. Be brief, concise, and specific. It should rhyme, and be iambic pentameter. Do it in one paragraph; use semi-colons if needed.”

The planchette circled the board wildly and spelled-out "electric arc light." Well, according to multiple media accounts, in 1895, five-years after Charles Kennard, Helen Peters, “and several other investors started the Kennard Novelty Company to manufacture the [Ouija] board as a toy,” the big election issue was “electric lighting for the city,” according to historian Jay Graybeal.

Graybeal explained in research he documented in the late 1990s, “…through a vote of the citizenry, the use of street lighting by electric arc lamps was preferred. That is, the overwhelming majority of the 'Electric' ticket over the 'Gas' Ticket brought electric lights to our streets. To follow the press and certain actions on the part of our city fathers, it would indicate that Westminster took on new life immediately…”

So let’s celebrate the idea of Westminster taking on a new life after the election.

There is no charge for this event. For those who have asked – if you would like to make a contribution to help defray the costs of the event – speak with Sherri directly. I just want to concentrate on having a great event and I want to concentrate on the election campaign.

Birdie's café is the epicenter of cool in Westminster, MD. Birdie's café is owned by Westminster native Sherri Hosfeld Joseph, a local businesswoman and professional photographer. Birdie's café is conveniently located at 233 East Main Street, Westminster, MD 21157 410-848.7931

https://www.facebook.com/events/294279461495454/

https://www.facebook.com/kevindayhoff/posts/10216343815161571

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Kevin Dayhoff for Westminster Common Council
Westminster Municipal election May 14, 2019
Authority Caroline Babylon, Treasurer.

Carroll County Times: www.tinyurl.com/KED-CCT
Baltimore Sun Carroll Eagle: http://tinyurl.com/KED-Sun

Facebook Dayhoff for Westminster: https://www.facebook.com/DayhoffforWestminster/
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Dayhoff Carroll: www.kevindayhoff.org
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Thursday, May 02, 2019

Koffee with Kevin at Birdie’s Café May 4, 2019

Koffee with Kevin at Birdie’s Café May 4, 2019
Friday, April 26, 2019
Come have Koffee with Kevin Dayhoff at Birdie’s Café https://www.facebook.com/birdiescafe/ on May 4th, from 5:30 to 8 p.m. for light refreshments and conversation.
I am running for one of the three seats available in the upcoming May 14th Westminster city election. Please stop by to spend some time with our friends and neighbors to talk about Westminster – what you like and what you would like to see improved.
There will be plenty of Birdie’s great coffee and light refreshments available. Many folks have asked for a get together to talk about the election. This is your chance. Let us know if you are coming so that Sherri can make arrangements to have enough food available. We are looking forward to see you.
There is no charge for this event. For those who have asked – if you would like to make a contribution to help defray the costs of the event – speak with Sherri directly. I just want to concentrate on having a great event and I want to concentrate on the election campaign.
Birdie’s café is the epicenter of cool in Westminster, MD. Birdie’s café is owned by Westminster native Sherri Hosfeld Joseph, a local businesswoman and professional photographer. Birdie’s café is conveniently located at 233 East Main Street, Westminster, MD 21157 410-848.7931 http://www.birdiescoffee.com/; e-mail: coffeebird@comcast.nethttps://www.facebook.com/birdiescafe/
This is a strictly non-partisan event. Elections in the City of Westminster are non-partisan. More elections in Carroll County and Maryland ought to be non-partisan. I celebrate and maintain an open and affirming, inclusive platform that extends to Republicans, Democrats, Tories, Whigs, the LGBTQT community, folks from all faiths, folks who like cats, folks who like dogs, folks who like tea, folks who like coffee – it is all the same to me. Glad we got all that cleared-up.
My support of folks different than me is just simply called patriotism, common sense, and a reluctance to buy into hysteria and sensationalism. I am a Marine with issues – and I support human rights. Nothing complicated. Nothing to see here. Just move along.
If you have a different point of view, I am fine with that. I want everybody to be happy. I want you to be happy. As long as folks are nice to me – I love different points of view and again, as long as people are nice to me, I go out of my way to talk to folks who disagree with me. If you really do not like living here it makes me sad. I love Westminster. I suggest you move, so someone can take your place that wants to roll-up their sleeves and lend a hand. Westminster and Carroll County may be a great place to live – but we sure do have lots of work to do. And we need all hands on deck.
I offer experience, energy, accessibility, vision, fiscally prudent, and socially responsible leadership.
I have a thorough knowledge of the history and traditions of the city with a keen eye for some future changes.
It would be an honor to have the opportunity to take another turn as a Westminster elected official.
This has been paid for by Dayhoff for Westminster, Caroline Babylon – Treasurer.
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Kevin Dayhoff for Westminster Common Council
Westminster Municipal election May 14, 2019
Authority Caroline Babylon, Treasurer.

Carroll County Times: www.tinyurl.com/KED-CCT
Baltimore Sun Carroll Eagle: http://tinyurl.com/KED-Sun

Facebook Dayhoff for Westminster: https://www.facebook.com/DayhoffforWestminster/
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Dayhoff Carroll: www.kevindayhoff.org
Kevin Dayhoff Time Flies: https://kevindayhoff.wordpress.com/  

Kevin Dayhoff, Westminster Common Council Candidate 2019



Kevin E. Dayhoff Candidate for the Westminster Common Council – May 14th, 2019



Community Media Center Candidate Profile - 12:30 pm Saturday, April 27, 2019 at the Community Media Center located at 1301 Washington Road, Westminster MD.

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Hi, I am Kevin Dayhoff and I am running for one of the three open Westminster city council seats available in the upcoming May 14th city election.

I previously served as the Westminster mayor from 2001-2005. And a council member from 1999-2001. Folks tell me that I did a good job.

I am a retired farmer, business owner, historian, fire and police chaplain, artist, and writer. I would like to roll up my sleeves, work hard, and put all those experiences to work and do it again.

I would like to take another turn working for the community in City Hall. I know the community, its citizens, its history, and traditions – and have a keen eye for some future changes. I offer experience, energy, accessibility, vision, a fresh perspective, new ideas, and fiscally prudent and socially responsible leadership.

I am convinced I can make a contribution and make a difference.

The opportunity to serve as an elected or appointed official in a community like Westminster is a special privilege and responsibility. There are many ways that a person can serve our community. You can volunteer with service clubs, civic and non-profit organizations, recreational programs, or help out at your place of worship.

Historically, since the early days of our city, various folks in the community have taken turns on the city council. This has been the case ever since the days when folks served as a trustee for the Union Meeting House – the seat of government years before Westminster was incorporated in 1818.

In the past 14-years since I left office in 2005, I have remained active and served the community in other ways – primarily with my job as a newspaper reporter writing history. I have also volunteered at my church, the NAACP, and the Westminster Fire Company. It was good to take a break and let other folks have a turn.

Our current leadership has done a good job. I would like to build upon all their hard work and successes. However, at the same time, I'm concerned that in some ways, the city lost a little of its focus and needs to get back to basics. Especially when it comes to supporting public safety – the fire company, the police department, and public works.

I look forward to supporting our historic downtown shopping and business district by working to continue to attract special events, businesses, shopping and local jobs.

I believe that we need to maintain a continued emphasis on municipal and business infrastructure improvements –such as developing more water resources and maintaining our roads, sidewalks, trails – and recreational opportunities.

A number of folks in the community have approached me and asked if I would like to take another turn. After some thought and discussion with various friends who are city, county and state officials, I am convinced that by working together, we can move Westminster and Carroll County to another level – and take the community to that next step.

I remain positive and optimistic that we can seize a number of opportunities that are available at this point in the city’s history, shake some things up, give it a fresh coat of paint, and makes some things happen.

Please consider voting for me on May 14th. I promise to work hard for you. 


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Kevin Dayhoff for Westminster Common Council
Westminster Municipal election May 14, 2019
Authority Caroline Babylon, Treasurer.

Carroll County Times: www.tinyurl.com/KED-CCT
Baltimore Sun Carroll Eagle: http://tinyurl.com/KED-Sun

Facebook Dayhoff for Westminster: https://www.facebook.com/DayhoffforWestminster/
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Dayhoff Carroll: www.kevindayhoff.org
Kevin Dayhoff Time Flies: https://kevindayhoff.wordpress.com/  

Be Determined on Your Goals


“Dandelions are free” Poems and other insects - March 1982 / Kevin Dayhoff

https://dayhoffwestminster.blogspot.com/2019/05/be-determined-on-your-goals.html

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10216336128409407&set=a.10203968656950350&type=3&theater
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Kevin Dayhoff for Westminster Common Council
Westminster Municipal election May 14, 2019
Authority Caroline Babylon, Treasurer.
Carroll County Times: www.tinyurl.com/KED-CCT
Baltimore Sun Carroll Eagle: http://tinyurl.com/KED-Sun
Facebook Dayhoff for Westminster: https://www.facebook.com/DayhoffforWestminster/
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Dayhoff for Westminster: www.kevindayhoff.info
Dayhoff Soundtrack: www.kevindayhoff.net
Dayhoff Carroll: www.kevindayhoff.org
Kevin Dayhoff Time Flies: https://kevindayhoff.wordpress.com/  

Wednesday, May 01, 2019

Condemnations of The New York Times antisemitic cartoon


Condemnations of The New York Times antisemitic cartoon

Hat tip: Julie Lenarz, “If an openly anti-Semitic cartoon makes it into the international edition of @nytimes, you know how far Jew-hate has creeped back into the mainstream. This cartoon was handpicked, signed off, published. Not an honest mistake.”

Jerusalem Post Diaspora: FLOOD OF CONDEMNATIONS OF NEW YORK TIMES FOR ANTISEMITIC CARTOON

Congressmen join former ambassador to Israel and journalists in slamming the newspaper.

BY SETH J. FRANTZMAN   APRIL 29, 2019

Condemnations of The New York Times increased over the weekend after the paper’s international edition published an antisemitic cartoon. The offensive image was of a blind US President Donald Trump wearing a yarmulke, being walked by a dog with the face of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and wearing a Star of David collar. Despite the paper calling it an “error of judgment” to publish it, congressmen and Jewish organizations joined the chorus of outrage.

Read more here: https://www.jpost.com/Diaspora/Antisemitism/Flood-of-condemnations-of-NYT-for-anti-Semitic-cartoon-588044

https://dayhoffwestminster.blogspot.com/2019/05/condemnations-of-new-york-times.html


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Kevin Dayhoff for Westminster Common Council
Westminster Municipal election May 14, 2019
Authority Caroline Babylon, Treasurer.

Carroll County Times: www.tinyurl.com/KED-CCT
Baltimore Sun Carroll Eagle: http://tinyurl.com/KED-Sun

Facebook Dayhoff for Westminster: https://www.facebook.com/DayhoffforWestminster/
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Dayhoff for Westminster: www.kevindayhoff.info
Dayhoff Soundtrack: www.kevindayhoff.net
Dayhoff Carroll: www.kevindayhoff.org
Kevin Dayhoff Time Flies: https://kevindayhoff.wordpress.com/