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Rabbi Daniel Lapin, known world-wide as America's Rabbi, is a noted rabbinic scholar, best-selling author and host of the Rabbi Daniel Lapin podcast. He reveals how the world REALLY works and reminds us that the more things change, the more we need to depend upon those things that never change.

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Aug 13, 2019

Why the number of mentally ill in America just keeps climbing. Who said “If you will not have God, you should pay your respects to Hitler and Stalin”? Let’s talk truthfully about mass shootings. First of all, unlike familicides or felony-related homicides, they are almost always suicidal. Why are  the perpetrators nearly always white men? Yes, they mostly involve firearms, but now let’s seriously explore all the other commonalities they possess which are so very politically incorrect. When was anything the government banned removed from society? Alcohol during prohibition? No! Drugs for the past 40 years? No! But banning guns will work? Really? Heard of the famous Elephants’ Graveyard in Africa? Why is nature so private about death? Where are all the dead pigeons in New York? Is death a technical problem or a philosophical problem? Discover the latest work being done to defeat death. Why exactly does death disturb us? How the growth in crime paralleled the growth in children born to single mothers that began…yes, that’s right: in 1962. More innocent people die violently in American road accidents every single day than died in the last three mass shootings; doesn’t anyone care? Actually, no. More than 70 Americans die of homicides each single day. Doesn’t anyone care? Why do we seem to care more when fewer people die in what we call a mass shooting? Every month there is at least one mass killing carried out with knives and axes rather than guns. Why don’t you hear about these events? Is it possible that America’s increase in abortion both clinically and culturally spreads a subconscious mood of death? Why is the number of people who’d mourn your departure so important? Eliminating cancer would add only 3.3 years to lifespan average and eliminating heart disease would add 4 years to average life expectancy so reaching 120 years or older would require a whole lot more. Will technology ever bring 300 year lifespans? Would that even be good for the environment? (Just kidding).