April 19, 2019

Columnists

Congress recently passed a bill with a two-thirds majority in the Senate and the House of Representatives, a seemingly impossible feat
I am a privileged white man and an avowed centrist. As such, I want the Women’s March to succeed. I want to support a movement
I will be attending the Women’s March, Los Angeles on Jan. 19 and here’s why, many Jewish women struggle with the decision to attend
On Jan. 14 ABC’s “The View,” co-host Meghan McCain said that politically conservative women like herself are excluded from the Women's march
Most American Jews despise President Donald Trump. All Jews hate anti-Semitism. The barely visible silver lining of Rashida Tlaib
Noah Shufutinsky has thought about the Diaspora for years. At 19, being black and Jewish, he’s been a victim of both forms of racism. 
Mitt Romney and Elizabeth Warren have little in common. But the conservative Republican and progressive Democrat, the once and future
Punitive measures directed at Israel don’t advance the peace process with the Palestinians. Yet the boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS)
If this author didn’t do Shabbat, she’d be working on Friday nights and Saturday. Shabbat saved her from her workaholic insanity.
Let's be very clear: If you decide to participate in the national Women’s March, you are enabling and abetting hatred of the Jewish people.
I will go to the Women’s March as the Jewish woman I am with my kippah on my head. Possibly I’ll get ignored or disrespected or tossed out.
I lead a double life. Professionally, I’m publisher and editor-in-chief of a Jewish paper, but in my personal life,
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