There is no question that in the aftermath of the IDF's operation in Beit Hanoun, the Bush Administration has stepped up its involvement in the Israel-Palestinian conflict.
Again this past week, there was fresh evidence of the increasing propensity to demonize Hasidim in the public's perception.
The Monitor usually answers letters and e-mails privately, but sometimes a public response seems more appropriate, as the following three queries illustrate.
Harper's, the literary magazine founded in 1850 and celebrated in its early years for featuring the works of Herman Melville, Henry James and Mark Twain, has for most of its history been an insomniac's delight - a snooze-inducing bore found mainly in the waiting rooms of doctors who hope to impress patients with a little bit of culture-by-association.
We join Klal Yisroel in mourning the death of Rabbi Avigdor Miller, zt"l, one of the foremost marbitzei Torah of our time.
Bill Clinton doubtless thought that his long Op-Ed apologia on the Rich pardon in last Sunday's New York Times was just the tour de force needed to stanch the cascading criticism of his secretive eleventh-hour maneuver.
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