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Conservative Christians Put Principle Ahead Of Pragmatism

The behavior of those Christians who broke ranks deserves attention because it is a powerful rebuttal to the worst stereotypes about the Christian Right - stereotypes that critics are likely to dredge up as the debate over gay rights heats up.

The Blog Revolution: Holding Journalists’ Feet To The Fire

The Internet - particularly the blogosphere - has leveled the playing field, making it possible for anyone to hold media outlets accountable for what they publish or broadcast.

Aliyah: A Realistic Option

Imagine what your great grandparents would think if they knew you were rejecting an aliyah that is only a short planeride away.

A Bad Case Of Stockholm

As for Belgian Jews, in additional to their own EU taxes, they also have to fund the prosecution of Ariel Sharon as a war criminal.

Letter To An Anti-Zionist Jew

If this means that much of Judea and Samaria become Arab-free that is how it may need to be.

The Tears Of Soldiers

A strong knock, the door was opened, and three soldiers stood framed in the doorway.

No Choice But Bush

Four years ago the warnings and admonitions were rampant. Another Bush in the White House would threaten Israel.

A Radical Feminist Supports A Republican President

Educated men who had returned to Afghanistan were virtually indistinguishable from those who had never left home.

A House Divided

Whose land will be surrendered to the terrorists? Obviously Jewish land as defined in the Bible - land that Israel recovered during the Arabs' third war of aggression against the Jewish state.

My Niece Implements The Sharon Policy

"But isn't he breaking his promise to the Israelis?"

For 400 years, Europeans directed world events on a grand scale. Suddenly, they have evolved into political irrelevance.

So You Want To Be A Shadchan? Dos and Don’ts of Setting Singles Up

The singles become more frustrated at their continued misfortune. Some of them become annoyed - even angry - at the person who set them up with someone from left field.

An Envelope From Texas

A year ago, the White House asked me to speak at a conference in Philadelphia. I was glad to learn that the president would be there, but I was surprised to hear him again mention Met Council's work in his remarks.

Equal Earthquakes, Unequal Results

Of the twenty, only three have taken place in nations where Christianity has had a profound influence.

Lightness In The Midst Of A War Zone

As soon as I arrived at my undisclosable location, I began scouting for Yiddin in the area. I found a total of five other Jews on our base.

The Nameless Victims

We've grown too jaded because of the sheer numbers of Jews killed and maimed by Arab terrorists.

A Glimpse Behind Columbia’s Middle East Mask

Two afternoon and evening panels presented uniform, monochrome anti-imperialist, anti-American and anti-Israel scripts.

A Time To Pity

Just as there are horrific diseases (lupus, multiple sclerosis, etc.) that result from a warped auto-immune system that causes the body to attack itself, certain individuals have a sick sense of self that attacks the soul.

Orthodox Hellenism, 5764

The period of Chanukah is referred to by our rabbis as Golus Yavan -- the Grecian Exile.

The ‘December Dilemma’ – Bah! Humbug!

Joseph taught us that you don't succeed in a non-Jewish environment by throwing away your values and mimicking those around you.

Olmert, Demographics And The Right

If there is a myth about Rabin that must be debunked, it is that the Clinton Plan, the Geneva Accord and similar ideas are somehow consistent with his legacy.

New Director Ushers In New Era For Orthodox Caucus

The Orthodox Caucus seeks to work on situations that exist in the Orthodox community that have not been dealt with adequately - and remedy them.

Israel’s Security Fence Symbolizes Defeat

For those areas that remain adjacent to Israel, minefields and antipersonnel devices are both cheaper and more effective than a fence.

Thanksgiving And Chanukah

Lincoln's words still ring with biblical fervor, yet many Americans turn the joyful solemnity of Thanksgiving into a childish sort of Turkey Day.

Finding Saddam – In More Places Than One

It was some irony that U.S. troops were searching in their sands for the dross of humanity; and mother of all ironies that they, too, like the man in the Midrash, had to sift that dirt ever so carefully to find the goods intact.

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