Thursday, July 31, 2014 Av 4, 5774

Friends of Israel must still hold leaders accountable for their stands on terror
By:
Group solidarity is one trait that has earned Jews both plaudits and criticism. But according to a spokesman for a national Jewish organization, it's long past time to stop the group-think. M.J. Rosenberg, the director of the Israel Policy Forum's Washington Policy Center wrote last week on the eve of the annual conference of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee...
Comment0
The transition of Israel's economy from socialist incompetence to a modern, high-tech engine of wealth is one of the most positive stories coming out of the Jewish state in the last decade. But, as is the case with many good things, there is good news and bad news. The good news is that an Israeli consensus in favor of free-market...
Comment0
There is probably no sillier cultural institution in the world than the annual Eurovision song contest. Though little known in the United States, this made-for-TV competition pits vocal representatives of various European, African and Asian countries in an "American Idol" style sing-off, in which pop kitsch and banality trump any musical value. Yet, however poor the quality of its winners,...
Comment0
Film reminds us that combining religion and politics can make a righteous cause
By:
To listen to some who claim to speak for American Jews, the greatest danger facing our republic is the rise of a religiously based conservatism that threatens to overturn the separation of church and state. This has been a familiar argument for the last two decades as most liberal Jews -- that is to say, most Jews -- viewed an...
Comment0
By:
Stu Goldman
Comment0

Sign up for our Newsletter

Advertisement