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Overeating And The Well Spouse, A Reaction

15 Sivan 5768 – June 18, 2008
Dear Ann, I have been following your articles on being overweight and wanted to tell you my beef (double entendre intended).

Out Of The Eyes Of Grandchildren

25 Nisan 5768 – April 30, 2008
Normalcy is relative. It is what you become used to. The more frequently something occurs, the more we see it as normal.

A Values Agenda For The Next President

28 Tishri 5768 – October 10, 2007
The next president of the United States will need to address the crumbling social fabric of this great nation.

Superficial Singles Betray Jewish Values

3 Av 5767 – July 18, 2007
Why I've Set Up My New Dating Website

Humanizing The Nursing Home Experience

2 Kislev 5767 – November 22, 2006
Whenever I go to nursing homes, I often wonder how the professionals see the residents.

The Fur Coats Of Englewood

28 Nisan 5766 – April 26, 2006
Spring is here, and with it the disappearance of that most exotic of species, the winter fur coat.

The Fourth Son

14 Nisan 5766 – April 12, 2006
As we recite the Haggadah during the seder, we are introduced to the "Four Sons."

Harmless Humor — Or Insidious Influence?

4 Tevet 5766 – January 4, 2006
NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” has once again inspired dismay among at least some Jewish viewers who feel the line between simple bad taste and outright anti-Semitism was crossed on the Dec. 17 edition of the long-running show.

Cultural And Religious Differences

9 Nisan 5764 – March 31, 2004
I just watched the news on TV. Another "suicide murderer" blew up a bus in Jerusalem.

Wake-Up Call

5 Tishri 5764 – October 1, 2003
A basic tenet of our faith is that there are no random occurrences. The Hebrew word "mikreh" - something that happens coincidentally, also spells the words "karah me'HaShem" - happened by the will of G-d. To be sure, we never know definitive reasons for occurrences - they are beyond the scope of our human minds. But one thing is certain - nothing, but nothing, happens capriciously. It therefore behooves us to at least make an attempt to listen and try to discern the meaning of the messages that HaShem is sending us.

An American Tisha B’Av

29 Av 5763 – August 27, 2003
A few weeks ago, I published a story entitled "Will Your Grandchildren Remain Jewish?" In that article I reported on a TV program that focused on intermarriage. As offensive as that situation was, nothing quite compared to an article that came to my attention through the good offices of Mr. Andrew Friedman, who is a prominent attorney and a leader of the Los Angeles Jewish community.

Will Your Grandchildren Remain Jews?

15 Av 5763 – August 13, 2003
Sometimes, messages come to us from the most unexpected sources. While, Baruch HaShem, there is currently a substantial upsurge in commitment to Torah and mitzvos, and statistics demonstrate that the Orthodox community is experiencing an unprecedented resurgence, sadly, there is also a flip side to this story.

It Can Happen To The Best Of Kids

9 Tammuz 5763 – July 9, 2003
Dear Rebbetzin Jungreis:I am a 14-year-old teenager. I read your column regularly, as do all the members of my family. The letter that you published from "A Concerned Mother" who described the goings-on amongst teenagers struck a sensitive chord. Unfortunately, she was right on target.

Grading TV’s War Coverage

26 Iyyar 5763 – May 28, 2003
Due to pressing post-holiday obligations, the Monitor yields this week to the Media Research Center's Brent Baker and Rich Noyes, who prepared the following summary of MRC's assessment of war coverage by American television:

Phil Donahue: American Pestilence

28 Tishri 5763 – October 4, 2002
The good news is that the ratings for Phil Donahue's new MSNBC talk show are nearly invisible; the bad news is that MSNBC gave this raving anti-American, pro-Palestinian leftist a platform in the first place, reconfiguring its entire nighttime lineup around him and terminating the program hosted by the pro-Israel Alan Keyes in the process.

The Left Gears Up For Battle – Special Phil Donahue Edition

27 Kislev 5762 – December 12, 2001
Phil Donahue, the godfather of trashy daytime TV talk, has taken himself out of mothballs, seemingly determined to remind persons of discriminating taste exactly why they were so overjoyed to see him go into retirement in the first place.

When Religion Comes Between Husband And Wife

20 Tammuz 5761 – July 11, 2001
Dear Rebbetzin Jungreis:Last year, I read your book, "The Committed Life," and ever since, nothing has been quite the same for me.

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