It is a sad commentary on our times that a party to a failed marriage would, out of animus or financial greed, willfully attempt to deny a spouse the ability to get on with life under the auspices of Jewish law.
Mr. Obama had already roiled the waters of any possible resolution by declaring it the U.S. position that a settlement must involve borders based on the 1967 armistice lines with minor land adjustments.
(In retrospect, how could it have been otherwise? After all, it was immediately known that explosives were placed in a pressure cooker with shrapnel and that there had been an earlier bombing in New Jersey.)
The candidates we have endorsed are capable, bright, personable, and enthusiastic, and have shown they work well with the Jewish community and all the many other ethnic and religious communities that comprise or will comprise their districts.
As a leader who understands that freedom and earned success are the pathways out of the ghetto, I’m disappointed, too, in any Republicans who feel they need to tiptoe around the patently obvious issue at hand...