Opinion

Editorials from the Jewish Exponent, columns, blogs and a forum for kvetching n’ kvelling.

Letters to the Editor Week of June 30, 2005

Case for Genetic Study Remains Under Debate As a scientist and author who served for 35 years as a professor of engineering and physics...

Court Strikes Delicate Decalogue Balance

The decision of the U.S. Supreme Court to allow certain displays of the Ten Commandments on public property stay and to ban others may...
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A Matter of Opinion: Righteousness Comes Cheap: Concert is a good party, but the...

There is nothing better than combining support for a good cause with a good time. That's the point behind the Live 8 rock concert...

What They Are Saying-

Excerpts from international writers with commentary on issues relating to the Middle East, Israel and world Jewry:   'The Downfall' Offers Germans a Way to Get...

Left, Right. Right, Wrong. Listening to All Sides

We are all - left and right - entrenched in our views, convinced that we know best what's good for Israel. But what if...
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The Gulag of Our Times?

There is an old saw: If you want to get a mule's attention, hit him on the head with a two-by-four. Now try this:...

Media Clippings

Bucks, which bills itself as The Art + Culture + Lifestyle Magazine, is an oversized, glossy, picture-book kind of publication that must be giving...

What They Are Saying

Apparently, Reason Pays Off, While Hatred Breeds Discontent British historian Paul Johnson writes in the June issue of Commentary (www.commentarymagazine. com) that the Arab world...

Letters Week of June 23, 2005

Proud to Be Part of Place With Different Opinions I was glad to see my synagogue, Congregation Mishkan Shalom, mentioned in your article on the...

Tough Talk for All

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has used her latest tour of the Middle East as an opportunity to lecture two of America's regional allies...