Monday, July 6, 2015 Tammuz 19, 5775
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In advance of the Super Bowl, Bruce Weinstein, Ph.D., aka "The Ethics Guy" at BusinessWeek.com , decided to make himself the most popular fellow around the water cooler by going after office gambling, which he definitively declared to always be a "bad bet." "Office pools involving cash are common, exciting and potentially lucrative," he wrote. "But they can violate corporate...
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John R. Cohn, M.D.
Arab rejection of Israel has included boycotts not only of Israeli goods, but often even acknowledgement of Israel's existence. On Nov. 25, 2005, U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan and other officials marked an "International Day of Solidarity With the Palestinian People" in front of a map of the region, where member state Israel had been erased. It is in this...
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Barry Rubin
The Arab-Israeli conflict definitely holds the record for the most bizarrely treated issue in modern history. It is easy to forget just how strange this situation is, and the extent to which it is understood and handled so totally different from other, more rationally perceived problems. Let's take a very simple example, and examine the surrealistic, bizarre way in which...
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Douglas Bloomfield
The race for the Republican presidential nomination has come down to the Big Dough vs. the Big Mo. Mitt Romney may have the money, but Sen. John McCain probably has the momentum. And the votes. Especially among Jewish Republicans. McCain is the clear favorite of Jewish Republicans now that former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani has dropped out. And he...
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Instead of a ticket to the White house, immigration phobia was a primary failure
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Jonathan S. Tobin
This is not a good week to be Lou Dobbs. After spending the last few years beating the drums for a nationwide political insurrection, CNN's favorite alarmist must face up to the fact that voters have rejected his polemics in which global trade and immigration are the twin evils threatening America. Indeed, the failure of supporters of his views to...
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