A practical, 12-point checklist to prepare for the inevitable.
Religious accommodation never meant that everyone must conform to the dictates of these religions. Until now.
Silence may be golden, but not when abuse is involved.
Texting and Facebook are controlling our lives and I can't take it anymore.
The targeting of Israel and Darfur by the Arab world.
My eating disorder was my way to get control of my life and become pretty.
Jewish mourning and the American spectacle of celebrity death worship.
Acquiescence to Islam's assault on Israel won't save Europe from a Muslim fate.
New Canadian legislation provides a template for how to hold Iran accountable for its genocidal threats.
A recent study yields some disturbing findings.
Aaron Feuerstein's incredible act of selflessness.
Judaism's laws of commerce assert a viable economy firmly rooted in reality.
A statement by Anne Bayefsky at the Third Substantive Preparatory Meeting of the Durban Review Conference.
As I grow older, things are no longer the same with my children.
A tragic fire brings together a disparate community.
When will our luminaries stop making excuses for terror?
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.
I voted for McCain and still wept for joy at the inauguration.
It never occurred to me that my family and I would be sentenced to death again for the crime of being born Jewish.
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.
Don't ask Mr. Soros or Mr. Buffett about when it is time to reinvest. Ask yourself.
Are you threatened by someone who has different beliefs than you?
Let's face it, you spend more time on me than you should. And it's not all for wholesome things.
Is Wall Street sending us a Rosh Hashanah message?
Solzhenitsyn's example ought to remind us of the perils of indifference to tyranny.
People are not our greatest liability; they are our greatest asset.
Life's simplest lessons are the easiest ones to forget.
Sharansky reminds us democracies can't defend themselves without 'identity.'