Spiritual Fiesta

Jewish lessons from the stunning Boise State victory.

Getting Caught

Nurturing ethical behavior in teenagers.

A Time to Hate

Would we really wish to live in a society in which no one gets angry when children are slaughtered?

The Benefit of the Doubt

Even a broken clock is right twice a day...or is it?

The Rose that Never Blossomed

A recently published Holocaust diary that wavers between hope and despair.

How the West Could Lose

Pacifism, self-hatred and complacency are lengthening the war against radical Islam and causing undue casualties.

Carter's Indefensible Book

Why won't Carter debate his book?

Indict Ahmadinejad

Iran's intentions are nakedly, malignantly clear. What is not clear at all is what the civilized world will do about it

The Non-Jewish World of Disney

A Jewish princess does not wait for her prince.

Carter Fallout

Adviser breaks with Carter over Mideast book.

Confronting Iran

The UN must expel Ahmadinejad's murderous regime, says one of the world's leading moral voices.

Carter's Distorted World

Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid is so biased that it inevitably raises the question of what would motivate Jimmy Carter to write such an indecent book.

The Jewish Ethicist - Homeless

By taking my relative in, am I helping or making the situation worse?

A Tale of Two Circuses

One circus warmed our imaginations, the other left us cold with disgust.

Gabbing About Goodness

How to change the world with your tongue.

Tired of Waiting

We don't have to accept unnecessary waiting.

The World Series of Life

In life no one's a benchwarmer, and other key lessons from baseball.

Lidle Lessons

Some dead people are more important than others.

The Jewish Ethicist - Ethics Of Life After Death

The Jewish belief in resurrection of the dead affects how will live in the here and now.

Mel's Teshuva, and Ours

Owning up to our mistakes, without the excuses.

The Missing Muslim Outcry

The real insult to Islam is the violence, terror, and bloodshed that Islamist fanatics unleash in the name of their religion

Memories

When it comes to children, there's no such thing as gone.

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