Tuesday, March 3, 2015 AdarI 12, 5775
By:
Mike Weilbacher
As the Jewish calendar heads toward Tu B'Shevat, the New Year for the trees, we'd do well to remember that water flows through their lives and ours: We drink, bathe in, cook with and flush some 100 gallons each and every day. Water pours through the Torah, too -- it floats Noah's ark, drowns Pharaoh's army, gushes out of rocks,...
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By:
Michael Bronstein
JStreet claims to speak for the majority of American Jews. With its baseless criticism of Israel, short-sighted policy prescriptions and the company they keep, how could this possibly be the case? I believe that J Street's public relations have misled the public by marketing the organization as something that it isn't. Many of my friends who were initially attracted to...
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By:
Steve Masters, Jon Grabelle Herrmann and Elliot Ratzman
The people of Philadelphia have something of a history of standing up for our values and demanding honest representation. What was good enough for Benjamin Franklin in the 18th century should be good enough for us in the 21st. We're told that to be a good ally to Israel, the U.S. government and the American Jewish community must uncritically support...
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Sanford R. Cardin, Ariel Beery and Aharon Horwitz
The computer chip is nearly synonymous with Intel, the world's leading chip manufacturer. Interestingly, this corporate powerhouse came to rely on Israel for its front-line research. As recounted in Start-Up Nation, a book by Saul Singer and Daniel Senor, Israeli engineers had new ideas to build a more powerful chip, but their corporate leadership from abroad was reluctant to forego...
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By:
Rela Mintz Geffen
When I went to public school in Manhattan as a child, we all thought we knew what a family and a typical household looked like -- something akin to "Fun With Dick and Jane." Yet even in the 1950s, lots of households didn't look like the two-parent-couple-of-kids-dog-and-cat family in that reader. And they certainly don't resemble households in the new...
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