Last night I published an article from the JTA (Jewish Telegraphic Agency) including THEIR Lead "Who's A Jew In Congress", and quess what, it wasn't published. I did the same on the Chicago Indy, as well as the San Francisco and the same thing. It seems that there is a double standard going on here! What's "kosher" for a straight Jewish news agency to print is, evidently, too offensive for Indy to publish. Why's that? If a Jewish agency feels that this kind of a list of Jewish congressmen is ok, why is not ok for someone outside of the Jewish press to re-print it? Actually, I think Indy's right, such a list is OFFENSIVE. Which brings me to this question, why is it that JTA and a host of other Jewish organisations feel that it's ok to list who's Jewish both before and after the elections, as if this knowledge was important. Do the Catholics publish who's Catholic in the Congress? Do the Baptists? I sincerely doubt it. And yet Jewish organisations feel that it's perfectly proper to publish such a list. Well, again, I think Indy's right, IT'S OFFENSIVE!