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A while ago, I needed some dental work. As I sat in the waiting room, I noticed a rack of brochures, including one ominously entitled “Root Canal.” On the cover was a picture of an … more
We are a fortunate people. If one were to ask “Who is the greatest spiritual hero in Jewish history?” many names would come to mind. Some would suggest one of the Avot or Imahot. Others … more
Although predicted by court pundits for years, last week’s resignation of Justice Anthony Kennedy was a shocker. Soon after the announcement, Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) said … more
Poland has removed the most objectionable part of its legislation governing the commemoration of the Nazi era. No longer will historians, journalists, or members of the public face three years’ … more
Israel withdrew from Gaza 13 years ago. But on almost every news site, you’ll find the Gaza Strip reported as a territory “occupied” by Israel. Here’s the reality: Israel … more
The Fourth of July is the result of the undaunted efforts and unyielding commitment of our American forefathers. They worked through animosity, trepidation and at a great risk to their lives to … more
This week’s column presents the foreword to the new edition of Rabbi Hanoch Teller’s classic, “Heroic Children: Untold Stories of the Unconquerable.” During the Three Weeks, … more
We don’t yet know the details of the Israeli-Palestinian peace plan that presidential adviser Jared Kushner is preparing. But we do know how Kushner perceives the Palestinian Arabs. And … more
Charles Krauthammer would have been an inspirational figure even if he hadn’t become a writer. The Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist, who died on June 21 at the age of 68, was laid low as a … more
It is almost July 4th, that most American of all American holidays. I am a true and unabashed patriot, especially on the Fourth of July, and I love the parades, the concerts and the many, many … more
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