In his Sept. 26 column, “An Inconvenient Truth,” Gary Rosenblatt mentions the horns of the marchers at the Climate March but fails to note the large numbers of Jews who attended with shofarot to proclaim their commitment to protecting the planet. Of course many young Jews are aware of the Torah’s insistence that humans care for the earth. To assume their ignorance is wrong, particularly given the large number of Jewish organizations that marched.
There is a greater likelihood that the United Nations will vote to blame Israel for global warming than it would to put Yom Kippur on the official holiday calendar of UN Headquarters as called for in an op ed in Wednesday's New York Times.
With today's 10-second tease video with Matthew Broderick hinting at a "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" sequel, it is only fitting to take a close look at Ben Stein's ongoing legal battle with Kyocera. Stein, who played the memorable high school teacher in the 1986 movie ("Bueller? Bueller?) was set to film a commercial for Kyocera, the producer of cameras, copiers, printers, mobile phones, and the like.