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(Is it) Good for the Jews?, episode #132

On this week’s “(Is it) Good for the Jews?” podcast: Rosen’s in a bad mood, but don’t let that stop you from joining the boys as they tackle the important issues of the day. After they wade through psychosomatic illnesses and the root causes of local transit failure, Rosen and Goldbrener discuss the results of a Pew Research Report measuring “warmth” toward (or from?) Jews, then dive into one of the more controversial topics in the “(Is it) Good for the Jews?” universe, namely:

Is the one-state solution good for the Jews?

A spirited debate has followed the revelation that the present U.S. president “is fine either way.” Is a one-state solution preferable to the two-state solution? Is it even feasible? Is the two-state a “sacred cow”? Follow the boys as they travel the familiar roller coaster of Middle East politics from the relative safety of the Twilight Lounge.

Larry Rosen
Larry Rosen

Larry Rosen is a writer, husband, father and author of “The Rabbi Has Left the Building,” a memoir about his son’s bar mitzvah. He co-hosts the podcast “(Is It) Good for the Jews?”

Eric Goldbrener
Eric Goldbrener

Eric Goldbrener is a Libertarian, Zionist, atheist and autodidact technologist. He co-hosts the podcast “(Is It) Good for the Jews?”