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‘A Match Made In Heaven’

What do you say to someone who is literally giving you your life back?

The Rubashkin Saga

Rubashkin’s idea was sound. A kosher slaughterhouse located in Pottsville, Iowa provided many benefits for consumers of kosher meat and the local economy.

10 Thoughts On The President And The ‘[Expletive] Countries’

There are few filters between Trump’s mind and mouth--it's his appeal and his weakness. I wish Trump’s tweets and comments were as un-P.C. as they are now but stated in a sophisticated way. I also wish that cheesecake were not fattening

Mahwah Township Declares War On Eruv

Rabbi Chaim Steinmetz, head of the Monsey eruv, opposes the notion that the eruv will facilitate an influx of Jewish residents.

The Sad Story Of Califano, Einstein, And The Nazis

Compelled to show his friendship for the Jews in a more concrete form, Califano decided to print, at his own expense, a million color postcards reproducing The Ignominy of the Twentieth Century and to sell them nationally for the benefit of Jewish refugees from the Nazis.

Needles And Threads

They were holy missions, meant to better the world.

Yizkor Books; Remembrances

How shall we hold on to the memory of those who perished?

Yom Kippur Thoughts

Yom Kipper, the Day of Atonement, is the supreme moment of Jewish time, a day of fasting and prayer, introspection and self-judgment. At no...

Hillel HaZakein

His wife being the prototype of an aishes chayil hurried and diligently prepared a truly delicious meal, fit for the finest table.

Dr. Seuss And The Jews

Seuss’s wartime cartoons denounced American discrimination against Jews and called attention to the early stages of the Holocaust.

The Bernice Chronicles: Bernice And The Women’s Land Army

It wasn’t every day that a young woman from a traditional Jewish family volunteered for farm labor, but for Bernice, the decision was an easy one.

Ben Zion Weberman: Forgotten Orthodox Activist

Ben Zion held the Malach in high regard and the feeling was reciprocated. “I never met a man whose views are closer to mine,” the Malach is reported to have said.

Easy Weeknight Dinners – Grown-Up Grub The Whole Family Can Enjoy!

Now that my son has graduated from mashed entrées of sweet potatoes and carrots to grown-up grub, it's back in the kitch for me!

Eicha: Prayer And Hope

The regimental forces were unable to defend Zion, and international agreements and alliances could not save Israel in a time of crisis.

Tefillah: A Meeting With Hashem – My Loving Master

After living as slaves for so many years, we could now be transformed into avdei Hashem - Hashem's slaves.

Competing Creditors And The Ketubah (77:11)

Although Shimon’s right of collection against Reuven’s estate preceded Levi’s, Levi did not violate Shimon’s prior right to the assets of Reuven’s estate.

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