The other day at the Beverly Hills Public Library, I found that some librarians are a little too enthusiastic about leaping into service, even before they are asked
To expect someone who could face arrest back home (and put the safety of his community at risk) to speak truthfully about such issues is fantastically naive.
He holds seven honorary doctorates and is the recipient of the A.M. Turing Award (called the “Nobel Prize of Computing”), but the first question I wanted to ask Dr. Judea Pearl focused on the flaws that his late wife, Ruth, z’l, found most unnerving about him.
Activists and community leaders in Pico-Robertson have been in a decades-long battle with the city to regulate the West Pico Oil Drill Site, which has facilities along West Pico Boulevard near Doheny Drive.
It was a revelatory week for at least two Jewish artists who, improbably, were taken by complete surprise.
Being in Israel brings out the dreaming in you. The country, after all, represents the culmination of a 1900-year-old dream.
A boss once told me, working-mom to working-mom: “My kids are now in middle school, but every morning still feels like a [flipping] miracle. A [flipping] miracle, Randi.”
Last week, the Vice President was speaking to a college class when a student expressed frustration that her campus organizing against U.S. funding for Israel had been ineffective.
In her frantic efforts to get the factions in her party to compromise, I wonder if Nancy Pelosi's been thinking (or dreaming) of Israel’s “unity” coalition.
The magical Iron Dome, that miracle air-defense system that protects Israel from rocket-launching neighbors, apparently also works wonders when threatened by the wearer of a designer dress laced with the graffiti art of the progressive left.
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