Editorial & Opinion | Gary Rosenblatt

07/17/2009 | | Editor and Publisher | Gary Rosenblatt
   Natan Sharansky, an authentic modern-day Jewish hero, has been in his post as chairman of the Jewish Agency for Israel less than two weeks, and already his fortitude for coping with the bureaucracy and politics that goes with the job is being questioned.     “He put up with KGB torture for years in the gulag without cracking, so I’m hoping he can withstand the pressure,” one prominent American Jewish federation leader told me, only half-kidding.  
07/24/2009 | | Editor and Publisher | Gary Rosenblatt
 Zev Chafets: “Shrines not always what they seem to be.”    
07/24/2009 | | Editor and Publisher | Gary Rosenblatt
 The newspaper business in America is in deep decline, bordering on a deathwatch in some cities, and, alas, Jewish newspapers are no exception to this troubling trend.   The combination of the national economic meltdown, the trend among younger people away from print journalism and the “original sin” of news organizations making content available for free online, where more and more people go for information, has created a perfect storm for the news industry in general.  
05/29/2009 | | Editor and Publisher | Gary Rosenblatt
 Jerry Silverman, who takes over at UJC in September, says he will hit the road to improve ties between local federations and umbrella group.  
05/29/2009 | | Editor and Publisher | Gary Rosenblatt
  Jerry Silverman, who takes over at UJC in September, says he will hit the road to improve ties between local federations and umbrella group.  
05/29/2009 | | Editor and Publisher | Gary Rosenblatt
 Jerry Silverman, who takes over at UJC in September, says he will hit the road to improve ties between local federations and umbrella group. by Gary Rosenblatt Editor And Publisher