Tuesday, April 28, 2015 Iyyar 9, 5775

It's one thing to talk about making Jewish education a priority, but it's quite another to actually do something about it. While there has been a good deal of lip service paid to this goal in our community in recent years, it must be recognized that attorney Leonard Barrack and his family foundation have now actually done something for the...
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Cheney's AIPAC Reception Misreported by JTA The Jewish Telegraph Agency report by Ron Kampeas (Cover Story: "Cheney's Iraq Pitch Garners Few Plaudits," March 15) misses the mark in describing the reception to the vice president's ideas at the recent AIPAC conference. I was a delegate at the conference, and Cheney received applause throughout his speech linking success in Iraq to...
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Stu Goldman
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Jewish organizations are wise to avoid jumping on the anti-war bandwagon
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Is there a more unpopular man in America than Vice President Dick Cheney? After more than six years as the Bush-administration's chief policy guru/hatchet man, Cheney is not only the villain in every conspiracy theory about anything that has happened during their time in office, he is also the punchline for every joke about its incompetence. From his accidental shooting...
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Anshel Pfeffer
An important study on last summer's war between Israel and Hezbollah has been published by the Joan Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics and Public Policy at Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government. It is the first to give a comprehensive explanation of how, in an asymmetrical war "between a state [Israel] and a militant, secretive, religiously fundamentalist sect or...
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