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We’ve been self-quarantining for more than 40 days and 40 nights and, quite frankly, we’re running out of steam. Still, we can’t escape all the social media posts and articles (and … more
Aaron Keyak started out in Democratic Party politics as a kid, stuffing envelopes for campaigns in his native San Francisco. He clearly found his niche early … more
When Jewish Republicans met online to talk about the best way to defeat Joe Biden, the conversation kept sliding back to a question that has beset them since 2016: How do you … more
Near the end of Va’etchanan, so inconspicuously that we can sometimes miss it, is a statement with such far reaching implications that it challenges the impression that has prevailed thus … more
The death-knell sounding for freedom in Hong Kong, one of the world’s most open and dynamic city-states, should ring alarm bells for us all, and especially for supporters of another small … more
Did you ever really pray for something you wanted? I mean, really fervently, desperately, pray hard for something that was vitally important to you? If you did, and I think we all pray this way … more
Our parasha Va’etchanan contains one of the most often recited pasukim in the Torah, as it is found at the end of the first paragraph of the Aleinu: “V’yadata hayom … more
In 1897, Theodore Herzl convened the first Zionist Congress in Basel, Switzerland. Though he defined himself as a secular Jew to whom Judaism was just an afterthought he gave form to a 2000 year … more
It can happen to any of us. Everything starts off great. And then we find ourselves thinking about the phone call we need to make, the outfit we want to buy, the vort we’re attending … more
In June, as protests against aggressive and abusive policing in the United States took hold, so did a false accusation about a group of programs that sends American police chiefs to learn from their … more
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