Most Clicked This Week
- Will NYT editors admit to echoing anti-Semitic tropes about Jewish power used against good, and apologize?
- "At least 33 countries boycotted the Durban commemoration, including the United States, Britain, Canada, France, and Australia"
- "Many Dutch parents who aren’t religious give their children Jewish-sounding names because they perceive the bible as part of Dutch heritage and are drawn to the short, decisive sounds of Hebrew names"
- Minutes before the vote closed, Ms. Ocasio-Cortez tearfully huddled with her allies before switching her vote to ‘present’
- Inconvenient Truths about Race and Slavery; Not to deny African-American history, but to contextualize
- He then "slammed US support for Israel and claimed that Americans feel a “deep shame” about the actions of the Israeli government“
- “Islamism, also called Political Islam or Radical Islam, is about subjugation and it comes in two forms: Physical terror and Cultural terror”
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Ember Foundation invites you to a virtual guest lecture with Charlie Harary “Change: Coping & Thriving Through It” Monday, Dec 7, 2020 7-8pm CT Cost: $18 Click here to register The Ember Foundation supports concierge Jewish educational opportunities for business … Continue reading
“The #ShyTrumpVoter makes intuitive sense for anyone watching the cancel culture in America grow more menacing by the day. One of the communities where it likely plays a role is the American Jewish community”
ISRAEL HAYOM (by agreement with JNS) American Jewry’s Most Fateful Hour by Caroline Glick October 16, 2020 Almost all the polls say that US President Donald Trump is heading towards defeat at the hands of his Democrat challenger, former Vice … Continue reading
“Already a tsunami of comment about this carnage has flooded over the public square, most of it vehement, angry, defensive, or bitter; all of it wearily familiar; virtually none of it constructive or empathetic”
BOSTON GLOBE Our sociopathic civil discourse by Jeff Jacoby August 5, 2019 Like many Americans, I went to bed Saturday night aghast at news of the massacre in El Paso, Texas, only to wake up Sunday morning to reports of … Continue reading
“Democrats are now defined by Trump the way that antimatter is defined by matter, with each particle of matter corresponding to an antiparticle”
THE HILL Donald Trump is completely transforming the Democrats by Jonathan Turley December 29, 2018 In this age of rage, voters seem to have no patience, let alone need, for leaders speaking of abstract principles. They want immediate unequivocal action … Continue reading
NEW YORK TIMES Preventing Muscle Loss as We Age by Jane E. Brody September 3, 2018 …The fact that you may regularly run, walk, play tennis or ride a bike is not adequate to prevent an incremental loss of muscle … Continue reading
“An impressive new movie dramatizes the story behind the famous Supreme Court case about whether it is permissible for the government to condemn homes in order to promote private “economic development” [VIDEO]
REASON Little Pink House” Brings the Kelo Case to the Big Screen by Ilya Somin April 18, 2018 The soon-to-be-released independent film Little Pink House dramatizes the story behind Kelo v. City of New London, the notorious 2005 Supreme Court decision in which … Continue reading
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Bestselling author Herman Wouk (“The Caine Mutiny,” “The Winds of War,” “War and Remembrance”), now 102, recently published his latest book, “Sailor and Fiddler.” Though reclusive, the Pulitzer Prize-winner invited correspondent Tracy Smith to his Palm Springs home, and talked … Continue reading
“The National Day of Unplugging commences Friday night, hoping to inspire people of all faiths to sign off, log out, log off, and connect their minds elsewhere”
TABLET MAG This Shabbat, Try a Digital Detox by Zoë Miller March 2, 2017 If you need a break from the perpetual din of technology, social media, and the 24/7 news cycle—and really, who doesn’t?—consider participating in the National Day … Continue reading