Wednesday, July 29, 2015 Av 13, 5775

Media Clippings
By:
What do you do when your child simply marches to a different drummer? Do you try to straightjacket him -- metaphorically speaking -- make him conform to the rules until he learns how to "succeed" in school and eventually in society? Or do you encourage him go his own way, and let the pieces fall where they may? I'm not...
Comment0
While much of the world and many American Jews were seeking to distance themselves from Israel's fight for security last summer, a 22-year-old native of Bucks County gave his life so that the Jewish people may live. Michael Levin, a young man who made aliyah, was killed in battle during Israel's war with Hezbollah terrorists in Lebanon. His sacrifice was...
Comment0
Biased, Offensive Books Don't Deserve Praise! In his review of Rabbi Eliezer Shemtov's new anti-intermarriage treatise, Dear Rabbi, Why Can't I Marry Her? (Books & Writers: "The Marriage Imbroglio," March 29), Robert Leiter says that Shemtov's "clearheaded explanations" for why Jews shouldn't intermarry "can hardly be refuted." To the contrary, they can hardly be sustained. To suggest, as Leiter does,...
Comment0
By:
Stu Goldman
Comment0
Puff piece on mosque that inspired murder further tarnishes the 'Times'
By:
In 1932, one of the most prestigious honors in journalism, the Pulitzer Prize, was awarded to Walter Duranty, a New York Times reporter who was then serving as foreign correspondent in the Soviet Union. Though many other Pulitzers -- both deserved and undeserved -- have been handed out over the years, Duranty's is remembered more than most. In the online...
Comment0

Advertisement