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He came to Canada as a 16-year-old refugee from Somalia. He’s highly regarded across the Canadian political spectrum. He was just appointed as immigration minister in the cabinet of Prime … more
Regular readers know that I am a HUGE supporter of President Trump. However, when he’s wrong, good reporting requires the president and his administration get a swift kick in the assets. The … more
Last Saturday night, my husband Jerry and I dogsat for Penny, my adorable English Cocker Spaniel granddog, who belongs to my son Jeremy and his lovely wife Darya. Their good friends were moving out … more
Our columnist writes about her grandmother, Miriam Harris Goldberg, who passed away Jan. 8 at the age of 100. Miriam Goldberg was editor and publisher of the Denver-based Intermountain Jewish News … more
Ask a large enough group of Israelis who they think of when asked to think of a Jewish leader, and someone will come up with Menachem Begin. A leader of the Jewish underground Irgun in pre-state … more
My last article ended with my husband Jerry and I in Miami before boarding our cruise to the Western Caribbean. The weather was beautiful and onboard we relaxed, read and ate for the first few … more
Remember John Howard Griffin’s 1961 book “Black Like Me,” about a white journalist who posed as an African-American in order to experience what life was like for blacks … more
The first aliyah of Vaera, this week’s parsha, Vaera, concludes with a superfluous statement, one that has already been: “G-d [then] spoke to [both] Moses and Aaron. He gave them … more
Our parasha, Vaera, contains the four instances in Chamisha Chumshei Torah (the Five Books of the Torah) wherein the phrases “l’ma’an teida” (“in order that you should … more
About a month ago, I wrote in this column about a group of British animal rights activists who employed Nazi imagery in a vicious campaign against a kosher abattoir (slaughterhouse) in London. This, … more
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