Thursday, July 2, 2015 Tammuz 15, 5775

Disservice Done to the Best-Kept Secret in Bucks Regarding the recent cover story by Bryan Schwartzman ("The Writing's on the Wall," Aug. 27), we are now absolutely certain that our congregation is the best-kept secret in Lower Bucks County. In focusing only on a few synagogues, the story did a disservice to those of us who for years have been...
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The annual gathering of world leaders at the United Nations General Assembly is beginning to feel like a sequel to a really bad horror movie. True to form, the main villain of the past several years -- in the guise of Iran's Mahmoud Ahmadinejad -- is once again taking center stage. The Iranian demagogue is enjoying what he seeks most...
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There are some years that you can't wait to come to an end, that you want to lock in a drawer and throw away the key. The Jewish year 5769 could easily qualify as one of those. From the financial collapse that began last Rosh Hashanah to the Bernie Madoff swindle, from Israel's painful war against Hamas in Gaza to...
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Need to End Hunger: It's Even More Crucial Now Before Rosh Hashanah, when we examine our deeds over the past year, there is one more thing we can do that will make a difference in the lives of poor and hungry Americans. Under the Child Nutrition and WIC Reauthorization Act of 2004, every five years, certain federal nutrition programs expire...
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By:
David Teutsch
Oy, what a tough year to be a Jewish leader! Stock-market losses wreaked havoc with endowments and budgets, and fundraising challenges skyrocketed. Organizations directly or indirectly invested with Bernard Madoff faced even greater losses. Then came firings and slashing of programs, and news of rabbis involved in money-laundering and the selling of human organs. Under such conditions, what could leaders...
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