Don't Separate Families at the Border, Don't Expropriate the Holocaust

The images emanating from the border are powerful enough to inspire people to act without deploying Holocaust imagery.

Chris Pratt’s MTV Sermon

I couldn’t believe what I was seeing. The rowdy audience of millennials burst into applause when he stated, "God is real. God loves you. Believe that, I do."

Bernard Lewis and Richard Pipes: A Tribute to Two Intellectual Giants

The two scholars who helped preserve Western Civilization from totalitarian aggression.

Charles Krauthammer and Being Told You’re Going to Die

Miracles from God still happen in spite of medical predictions. I am a case in point.

Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain: Taking It to Heart

Their suicides give us pause and reminds us just how little we know of other people’s pain and challenges.

Twitter & Your Responsibility

Just because you think it doesn’t mean you should write it.

Moses' 6 Rules for Facebook

Ancient guidelines for a healthy social media experience.

Pass the Anti-Semitism Awareness Act

This should not be a controversial piece of legislation. It doesn’t seek to ban hateful speech, just to define it.

When My Husband Lost his Job

Lessons from the dark pit of financial insecurity.

3 Lessons from Roseanne's Offensive Tweet

What we can take from ABC’s abrupt cancellation of Roseanne Barr’s hit show.

Stop Giving Grades So Kids Can Learn

Nothing gets in the way of learning more than grades.

Prince Harry’s Namesake, the Duke of Sussex

The first Duke of Sussex championed the rights of the underdogs and downtrodden in Britain and beyond, including the Jews.

Memorial Day: Missing in Action

Keeping alive the memory of my uncle, lost at sea in WWII.

Excusing FDR’s Indifference to Jews in the Holocaust

The Holocaust Museum’s exhibit makes excuses for ignoring genocide.

The Sanctity of Life: A Jewish Perspective

The Californian judge was right to overturn the law legalizing physician-assisted suicide.

Israeli Diplomat Forced Out of Uber for Speaking Hebrew

An exclusive Aish.com interview with Itay Milner, Israel’s Deputy Consul General to the Midwest.

What Is Love? A Jewish Take

Why Judaism doesn’t believe in love at first sight.

Anti-Semitic Politicians in America Today

The rise of anti-Semitism in America can also been seen in the political sphere.

PETA and the Dehumanization of Humans

Their new video equates human beings to animals.

Hilarity for Charity: An Interview with Seth and Lauren Rogen

The Hollywood couple is the driving force behind a movement dedicated to raising awareness, inspiring change and accelerating progress in Alzheimer’s care and research.

Losing the Nobel Prize

Part memoir, part scientific history and part polemic, Prof. Brian Keating’s new book offers a comprehensive treatment of the physics Nobel, warts and all.

Coming to Grips with My Mental Illness

After my first child was born I developed severe postpartum depression and sank into a dark abyss.

JK Rowling and Standing Up to Anti-Semitism

J.K. Rowling, French celebrities and German officials are making it clear they stand with the embattled Jewish minorities within their midst.

My Thoughts and Struggles about Not Being a Parent

A truthful book about one woman’s struggles with infertility.

Banning the Kippah

The Anne House employee isn’t the only person told not to wear his kippah at work.

Where Have All the Good Jewish Men Gone?

Fear of commitment is exacting a steep price from both men and women.

Where Have All the Good Jewish Women Gone?

Some women seem to be more interested in over-achieving than in maintaining a relationship.

Did the Bookkeeper of Auschwitz Redeem Himself?

Oskar Groening is no hero. But he did jeopardize his own safety in order to combat Holocaust denial.

The Dangers of Willful Blindness

The masses prefer to ignore reality and ordinary people can courageously speak up and become heroes.

Searching for Antonio in the Streets of LA

A band of Jews come together to help a homeless man.

Freedom of Speech

Why a central theme of Passover is talking.

Stephen Hawking and a Great Man’s Imperfections

Stephen Hawking’s death is the loss of a great man, but a man with great flaws.

Aging Solutions: Is There a Problem?

Age is all mind over matter. If you don’t mind, it doesn’t matter.

The U.S. Holocaust Museum and Revoking Honor

When moral heroes betray the very ideals for which they were singled out for tribute.

What Made America Great in the First Place

Rabbi Meir Soloveichik’s new lecture series offers insights into the Jewish ideas that influenced America’s founders.

Whose Life is More Valuable?

Society considers some lives more valuable than others. Judaism disagrees.

Poland, Purim and Masking the Truth

Just when evil people and destructive ideologies seem to dominate the world, the darkness can turn into light.

Sports, Politics and Our Search for Meaning

When sports and politics become a distraction from the real challenges in our lives.

Stop Saying "It's Broken"

Broken implies that fixing something is hopeless. More often than not, that’s not the case.

Germany Remains Deeply Anti-Semitic

How anti-Semitic is Germany today? A Holocaust survivor stuns German TV viewers with her candid answer.

I Don't Know a Single Person on this Earth Anymore

Too many elderly people have no real relationship with their grandchildren. They are completely alone.

Aiding Nazis in Mass Killing of Jews

Father Desbois is on a mission to expose the Holocaust’s hidden crimes.

Whitewashing Evil: Poland’s New Law about the Holocaust

The country can’t whitewash its guilt of complicity and the guilt of joining in the evil all around them.

Physician Burnout

Depression and burnout are common amongst doctors. Here’s why Maimonides and I buck the trend.

Time of Death

You never know when could be the last time.

Revlon Award Winner has History of Anti-Semitism

Amani Al-Khatahtbeh endorsed blood libels against Jews and 9/11 truther conspiracies.

How Would You Spend Your Last 38 Minutes?

You don’t have to be from Hawaii to live like you were dying.

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