When the stakes are so high, permanence is everything.
When something happens once every hundred years, it’s hard to plan for it, especially if that planning is very costly.
The horrible images coming out of Texas this week, with millions of people losing electricity amidst freezing temperatures, is an excruciating example of the power of electricity in dictating our lives.
By giving us true rest and a place for quiet contemplation, the sanctity of Shabbat can help us find that inner voice.
A son of Holocaust survivors has helped provide the vaccine that will save countless lives.
Today (Jan. 27) is International Holocaust Remembrance Day, and tonight we welcome the holiday of Tu Bishvat, also known as the Jewish “birthday” of the trees.
When it comes to ignoring the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, it’s fair to say the party’s over.
Instead of kicking off his presidency by focusing on issues that unite the country, Biden signed a series of executive orders as a “means of erasing” the legacy of a man who got 74 million votes.
You can call Larry King, who passed away on Saturday at 87, one of the world’s great interviewers, and he certainly was.
One of the worst aspects of the Trump era is that it was so difficult to have a normal argument.
Two days before President-elect Joe Biden delivers his inaugural address, we honor a man today, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, whose message should inform any leader interested in national unity.
Just like the vaccine, the rioters were target practice that will help strengthen our immune system.
We don’t need more education about Jew-hatred; we need more education about Judaism.
I’m a liberty junkie. You can try to persuade me to do anything, even change my life or beliefs. Just don’t force me.
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