Renee Garfinkel — Beyond Belief - Washington Times
Skip to content

Renee Garfinkel — Beyond Belief

Renee Garfinkel

Renee Garfinkel

Renee Garfinkel, Ph.D., is a psychologist, author and radio host. She currently co-hosts "The Armstrong Williams Show" on Sirius XM Radio. Formerly, Renee hosted a national radio program, "Danger Zone," which aired weekly on Sirius XM Radio and on stations in the U.K. "Danger Zone" dealt with counterterrorism, security and intelligence issues. Renee writes a blog for Psychology Today and divides her time between Washington, D.C., and Jerusalem.

Related Articles

Illustration on Memorial Day by M. Ryder/Tribune Content Agency

Support the Taylor Force Act

On Memorial Day, when we honor those who died to keep Americans safe, it seems most fitting to consider the complex issue of danger and safety in our present world.

President Donald Trump meets with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Monday, May 22, 2017, in Jerusalem. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Dateline Israel: Trump amid Jerusalem's jubilee

Many Israel-watchers don't believe in coincidence. As they wait for President Trump to arrive, they ponder the significance of the fact that his visit is happening during the week of Jerusalem's jubilee celebrations. Fifty years ago this week Jerusalem was liberated from Jordan, which had captured it in a war of aggression 19 years earlier.

Journalists worried about press freedom

Journalists from around the world gathered last week at the Jerusalem Press Club for a conference on Freedom of the Press in the Digital Age, with veteran journalist Carl Bernstein as the keynote speaker.

Illustration: GOP Health Care by A. HUNTER for The Washington Times.

Disgrace in the White House Rose Garden

In my first year as a practicing psychologist, a patient asked, "can you help me get into a nursing home? I know I don't need to be there, but at home I have to choose between buying medicine and buying food. I can't afford both."

Miss Liberty Gets the Boot Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

Attacks on American liberty must be countered

What does it mean for a country to have a presidential adviser say, as Steve Bannon is reported to have said last summer, that he aims to "blow everything up" and "destroy the existing social and political order?" It means uncertainty.

Thomas Jefferson, upon winning the presidential election of 1800, called for the putting aside of partisan politics. (White House Historical Association) ** FILE **

Trump, Founding Fathers and the elite

Like all previous presidents in my lifetime, President Trump ran against "Washington" and not incidentally, against the elites. This approach is Campaign Strategy 101 for all first-term candidates who had not been vice president first.