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Destroying My Home

Destroying My Home

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When my parents divorced, I didn't realize how they set my world ablaze.

The Mosque Next Door

The Mosque Next Door

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Who are the people in your neighborhood?

Mourning, Noon and Night

Mourning, Noon and Night

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Jewish mourning and the American spectacle of celebrity death worship.

Israel Today, the West Tomorrow

Israel Today, the West Tomorrow

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Acquiescence to Islam's assault on Israel won't save Europe from a Muslim fate.

Taking a Stand against Iran

Taking a Stand against Iran

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New Canadian legislation provides a template for how to hold Iran accountable for its genocidal threats.

Anti-Semitism and the Economic Crisis

Anti-Semitism and the Economic Crisis

by Neil Malhotra and Yotam Margalit

A recent study yields some disturbing findings.

Mensch of Malden Mills

Mensch of Malden Mills

by Eliezer Jones

Aaron Feuerstein's incredible act of selflessness.

Too Much Work

Too Much Work

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Is the goal of life not to experience pain?

Selling Dreams

Selling Dreams

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Judaism's laws of commerce assert a viable economy firmly rooted in reality.

Durban 2 Hatefest

Durban 2 Hatefest

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A statement by Anne Bayefsky at the Third Substantive Preparatory Meeting of the Durban Review Conference.

No Bread

No Bread

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Passover & four questions for a financial crisis.

Addicted

Addicted

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Getting out of the quick-fix mentality.

Closing the Gap

Closing the Gap

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As I grow older, things are no longer the same with my children.

Love Your Neighbor

Love Your Neighbor

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A tragic fire brings together a disparate community.

Daniel Pearl and the  Normalization of Evil

Daniel Pearl and the Normalization of Evil

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When will our luminaries stop making excuses for terror?

Back to the Dark Ages

Back to the Dark Ages

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The Vatican has done far more than set back Vatican/Jewish relations. It has made itself look like it is living in the darkest of ages.

Papal Shocker

Papal Shocker

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Pope Benedict reinstates Holocaust denying Bishop

A Front Row Seat to History

A Front Row Seat to History

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I voted for McCain and still wept for joy at the inauguration.

Flight 1549

Flight 1549

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Nothing catalyzes us like crisis.

My Death Sentence

My Death Sentence

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It never occurred to me that my family and I would be sentenced to death again for the crime of being born Jewish.

The Robot Within

The Robot Within

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One small blessing in the economic downturn.

Black Friday in Wal-mart

Black Friday in Wal-mart

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They came to shop and ended up killing.

Lincoln's Thanksgiving Proclamation

Lincoln's Thanksgiving Proclamation

by Abraham Lincoln

I do therefore invite my fellow-citizens... to set apart... a day of thanksgiving and praise to our beneficent Father who dwelleth in the heavens.

The Time to Reinvest is Now

The Time to Reinvest is Now

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Don't ask Mr. Soros or Mr. Buffett about when it is time to reinvest. Ask yourself.

When Monsters Lurk in Every Shadow

When Monsters Lurk in Every Shadow

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Are you threatened by someone who has different beliefs than you?

Childhood Dreams

Childhood Dreams

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Can they ever be revived? Should they?

Your Computer's Yom Kippur Message

Your Computer's Yom Kippur Message

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Let's face it, you spend more time on me than you should. And it's not all for wholesome things.

Judgment Day on Wall Street

Judgment Day on Wall Street

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Is Wall Street sending us a Rosh Hashanah message?

Meeting Paul McCartney

Meeting Paul McCartney

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There is always a different way of seeing.

Totally Cool

Totally Cool

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Why I stopped caring about being cool.

Defeat the Lies

Defeat the Lies

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Solzhenitsyn's example ought to remind us of the perils of indifference to tyranny.

The Electronic Chuppah

The Electronic Chuppah

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New doesn't always come with improved.

Oil: Paying the Price

Oil: Paying the Price

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Do the speculators have us over barrel?

The Coming Population Bust

The Coming Population Bust

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People are not our greatest liability; they are our greatest asset.

What a Difference a Day Makes

What a Difference a Day Makes

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Life's simplest lessons are the easiest ones to forget.

Rediscovering the Will to Win

Rediscovering the Will to Win

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Sharansky reminds us democracies can't defend themselves without 'identity.'

2068

2068

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Where we are headed -- if we don't get our act together.

Alan Dershowitz Speaks

Alan Dershowitz Speaks

by Baltimore Jewish Times

A wide-ranging interview on the pressing issues facing the Jewish people today.

Muslims at Harvard

Muslims at Harvard

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Do Muslim demands at Harvard safeguard rights or promote something more troubling?

The Seinfeld Call

The Seinfeld Call

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How long can you spend all alone, without your laptop, TV or cell phone, before going insane?

Eliot Spitzer's Downfall

Eliot Spitzer's Downfall

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Before we engage in schadenfreude, let's be sure our own behavior and character could withstand the scrutiny.

I Am No Nazi

I Am No Nazi

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The remarkable discovery of Friedrich Kellner's World War II diary.

A Different Olympic Torch

A Different Olympic Torch

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What no Jew can ignore.

Get a Life

Get a Life

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No day should go by without living life, at least for a brief while.

V is for Victim

V is for Victim

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Victimization is becoming the greatest defense strategy known to mankind.

The Visitor

The Visitor

by Author Unknown

The stranger in our home.

When the Berlin Wall Came Tumbling Down

When the Berlin Wall Came Tumbling Down

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On November 9th, history was made.

Burning Questions

Burning Questions

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What would you do if you had 10 minutes to get out of your home, not knowing whether it will still be there tomorrow?

The Value of Chasya's Life

The Value of Chasya's Life

by Yehudis Brown

Pressured by doctors to stop her young daughter's life-support, a mother searches to understand the value of human life.

Do You Mind if I Ask

Do You Mind if I Ask

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Through the years of coping with my son's illness, I've encountered the best in people, and the worst.