According to Walker, the book is “amazing,” “stunning,” “magical,” “profound” and “the ultimate reading adventure.”
It should therefore surprise no one that The Cushion in the Road represents little more than another brick in Walker’s ever-rising wall of anti-Semitism.Arnold Ahlert
About the Author: Arnold Ahlert is a former New York Post op-ed columnist currently contributing to FrontPageMag.com, JewishWorldReview.com, HumanEvents.com and CanadaFreePress.com.
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