The traditional means, such as a hardy bucket and a good, thick mop, are just fine.
You don't see Obama sending his brother to be his messenger to Kenyan people.
Jackson milked the faux pas to the last drop.
It's amazing that Al Jazeera is already saying openly, even heatedly, what Haaretz hasn't yet gotten around to saying.
If you ask me, if fewer politicians tell me how much they regret my zeidi's murder it's a step in the right direction.
It comes down to how much are we prepared to pay, as a nation, to save the life of one fetus.
Holy sister, you definitely qualify for Israeli citizenship – but are you interested?
You say it sounds gory? Of course it does, and it yodels, too.
Remember how we used to call him Boston Brahmin—what's happened to that?
Learning from past mistakes.
The label “Judeo-Christian” tends to assume, at the expense of Judaism, that Christians and Jews believe essentially the same things.
Never offend anyone, just keep your conversations to under 30 seconds.
Thank you, Jameel from the Muqata for the image, which I opted to usurp.
Let's face it, if we wanted to be on Temple Mount, we'd have been there.
"Rabbi Yosef dealt with halachic reality with great courage, in a matter that many feared to allow or even discuss."
Does anyone among our readers feel outrage at the image of this Jewish girl from upstate New York with a cross around her neck?
It's the lawlessness, stupid.
Drawing red lines is never a politically wise move.
I've no idea whether to feel offended by the fact that Beck saw fit to spend money on a sample of Hitler's blood.
"I have a right to design my restaurant with anything that attracts people to come."
Making ID verification open and handy is not a left vs. right issue.
There's something hollow, even vacuous, certainly vulgar, about people who manage their personal relationship with God through newspaper articles and television tidbits.
At some point, MK Moshe Feiglin (Likud) walked in.
It's official: the word "Jew" is an ethnic slur.
Language is power and words can hurt.
"Steps are being taken to prevent these people leaving their country of origin."
The fun part is that they're still stuck with their heavy, Jewish accent.
In Liberman's book, our memory is about 8 months long, give or take.
Platitudes—lots and lots of fresh, heaping platitudes…