Sunday, August 30, 2015 Elul 15, 5775
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We've all seen them -- the bulk of articles that have proclaimed the demise of the old-fashioned book, the kind you can hold in your hands and whose pages you can turn, one at a time, by yourself. Technology is having its way with this longtime staple of the intellectual and entertainment world by putting all those words on the...
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What the media is saying about Judaism and Israel
Columnist John Podhoretz writes in The New York Post ( www.nypost.com ) on Oct. 12 about the folly of America trying to be peace-broker: "Here we are again, on the verge of another Middle East peace conference -- this one in Annapolis, starting Nov. 1. And so, again, here we are, with Israeli politicians leaking possible territorial concessions and Palestinian...
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Mara Sokolsky, JE Feature
I have an old friend, Jonathan, who one day announced that he was ready for true love. He'd been through several girlfriends and a brief marriage, but now, he was looking for someone to fill -- as he put it -- a "tenure-track position." My friend is very smart but decidedly alternative. At age 60, he lives in a group...
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Assigning blame for Annapolis summit's probable failure presents clear danger
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Israel's first prime minister, David Ben-Gurion, was famous for saying that it was more important what the Jews did than what the non-Jewish world said about what they were doing. There was, and still is, a great deal of truth to that proposition. When it comes to matters of self-defense and building your own home, there are times when true...
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Andrew Silow-Carroll
You've seen the images dozens, perhaps hundreds, of times. The self-amused face of Hitler, addressing an outdoor rally. The row upon row of jack-booted soldiers, marching in industrial lockstep. The piles of books being put to the flames. And though the images are as familiar to you as home movies, they take on a new immediacy in Ken Burns' latest...
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