April 11, 1944 and April 11, 2010

Sixty-five years after the Holocaust, and Yom Hashoah -- April 11 -- remains, appropriately, a day that the Jewish community can't figure out how to observe. And rightly so. Most holy days are actually on the day something unique happened, unlike Yom Hashoah, whose Nissan 27 date was a Knesset compromise rather than a holy anniversary.

Baptist ethicist "clarifies" apology to ADL over Holocaust comparisons

This is just unbelievable. Well, maybe not.

Last week, the Political Insider reported that Richard Land, president of the Southern Baptist Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission,  had apologized to the Anti-Defamation League for saying the Obama administration’s health proposals resemble Nazi policies toward the elderly.

The very latest on the Holocaust allusion beat

Cool: last week Jewish lawmakers, pundits and partisan activists got into an involved discussion about the rules of the English language and how they apply to anything having to do with the term “holocaust,” or “Holocaust.”  Note the caps.  Who knew they were such an erudite bunch?

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