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The Nation: Why People Hate The Liberal Elite

There are plenty of good men and women on the left who’ve begun speaking out against the liberal elites in Hollywood defending Roman Polanski. Perhaps this shows that there’s a chance that some moral leftists, down the road, will also begin to see and expose the rotten flooring beneath the “preening, fatuous” arguments against Israel, as articulated by that other “liberal cultural elite” on college campuses and in the White House.

The Nation: Why People Hate The Liberal Elite

Monday, October 5th, 2009 There are plenty of good men and women on the left who’ve begun speaking out against the liberal elites in Hollywood defending Roman Polanski. Perhaps this shows that there’s a chance that some moral leftists, down the road, will also begin to see and expose the rotten flooring beneath the “preening, fatuous” arguments against Israel, as articulated by that other “liberal cultural elite” on college campuses and in the White House.  

A Link To Yom Kippur With Reb Shlomo

Some thoughts  from Reb Shlomo on Yom Kippur.

A Link To Yom Kippur With Reb Shlomo

Friday, September 25th, 2009 Some thoughts from Reb Shlomo on Yom Kippur.

The 'Amish Week'

Some people think that The Jewish Week's biggest "rivals" are other Jewish papers. I don't see it that way. Our fiercest rivals are people who don't read Jewish papers, or newspapers at all. There's a real kinship that I feel with all ethnic/religious/small town newspapers -- and their writers, editors, sales people, and readers -- and that goes for my newest friends at this Amish paper in Ohio.

The Amish Week

Tuesday, September 15th, 2009 Some people think that The Jewish Week’s biggest “rivals” are other Jewish papers. I don’t see it that way. Our fiercest rivals are people who don’t read Jewish papers, or newspapers at all. There’s a real kinship that I feel with all ethnic/religious/small town newspapers — and their writers, editors, sales people, and readers — and that goes for my newest friends at this Amish paper in Ohio.

Remember Who Died, Remember Who Did It

Here's something from JINSA (The Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs) regarding 9-11 memorials, and what is all-too-often going unspoken by politicians. But what American politicians are too politically correct to say is, in fact, being said in the Arab media, as in this column from Al-Sharq Al-Awsat. And in memory of those who died, here's something from The Jewish Week archives (9/8/06): Realm Of The Senses by Jonathan Mark

Remember Who Died, Remember Who Did It

Friday, September 11th, 2009 Here’s something from JINSA (The Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs) regarding 9-11 memorials, and what is all-too-often going unspoken by politicians. But what American politicians are too politically correct to say is, in fact, being said in the Arab media, as in this column from Al-Sharq Al-Awsat.   And in memory of those who died, here’s something from The Jewish Week archives (9/8/06):

Boston Globe: Jews Ready For Palestinian State

Friday, August 28th, 2009
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