Stop Legitimizing The Progressive Circus – Register Republican

You’ve been told to join the Democratic Party to moderate it. How has that worked out?

Orthodox Advocacy Leads To Masa Restoring Funding To Yeshivas And Seminaries

“What made this successful is that it wasn’t just people calling from the outside to complain but also people on the inside working it out,” explained Rabbi Taragin.

How Nice Are We?

Our shuls and yeshivos were closed for three months and, even now, we can only enter them with masks. Perhaps Hashem is telling us, “Things are not in order with your relationships.”

It Took Seven Years…

A birthday marks the day one’s soul descended to earth to fulfill its unique Divine mission. It therefore is an opportunity to take stock of how well one is accomplishing one’s mission.

Dear Dr. Yael

I also heard a few classic stories about people who had fallen in every room you can imagine and were away from their phone. One person even lives in a nursing home but wasn't able to reach the emergency cord on the wall.

Before It’s Too Late

Each day of a person’s life in this world is a gift, borrowed time, to learn more Torah and do more mitzvos.

Don’t Let Them Run Roughshod Over You

Reluctance to "stir the pot" or cause a chillul Hashem should not translate into indifference or inaction.

Mind Over Manners

When classes end, it is incredibly important to get your kids reading, especially if they struggle with reading during the year.

Daf Yomi

Neighbors To The Rescue ‘He May Tell Others: Come, Save For Yourselves’ (Shabbos 121a)

Cancel Culture – A Pernicious Force

What should our response be when a leader, rabbi, friend, or family member says something offensive? Rebuke AND FORGIVE.

A Bezalel Knockoff And A Bizarro Gragger

For questions or comments – or to send pictures of your Judaica for future columns – email tsadik613@gmail.com.

Does Anyone Care About Privacy Anymore?

Each tent faced a different direction so that no one could see into the tent of anyone else.

This Moment Has Set Blacks Back a Half-Century

Anger and victimhood not only ruin an individual's life; they destroy his relationships with others.

The Japanese Man Who Fell In Love With The Bible

Over the next few years, his interest and admiration for the Jewish people grew, and he published many publications in Japanese on Jews and Judaism.

NY: No Way Sleep Away; Camps: Governor Is Discriminating Court Will Rule Soon As...

Schick also told the court that in a sleep away situation campers are in an insular bubble having no contact with others from outside the confines of the campgrounds.

Single By Choice!

You see the effort that your older siblings must expend in order to grow their families and you want to reject all the obligation that brings.

A Message From Moshe With Help From Above

For years I have been interested in stories about families that lost someone they loved, like the one I am compelled to write now.

War, FDR, And Black Baseball Players

"I consider baseball a very good thing for the population during the war," Roosevelt stated.

Chesed In A Time Of Need

Despite the fact that Abraham had not been prepared to entertain guests, he approached the opportunity with zeal and love and quickly went about the task of making his guests feel comfortable.

My Visit To The Dentist

After days with no return call, I was desperate. My Israeli friends advised me to show up at the dental clinic as an “emergency case” and insist on being seen.

Q & A: Making Up For What We Missed (Part XI)

Question: The Covid-19 pandemic has put an end to almost all public gatherings; hence, much of Jewish congregational ritual has come to a halt. Is there a way to make up for everything we missed? M. Goldman

Australian Duo Makes Elegance Easy

The whole idea is that the connection between fashion and modesty is seamless.

Elimination Of Masa Funding And Limited Student Visas Jeopardize Israel Study Plans For Countless...

Rabbi Michoel Green, overseas director of Sharfman’s seminary, described a year in Israel for gap year students as an incomparable educational opportunity.

Kohelet, Tolstoy, And The Parah Adumah

Science deals in causes and effects, not purpose and meaning. In the end, he concluded that only religious faith rescues life from meaninglessness.

Take A Breather (Part I)

Maimonides explains that “ruach” also means a life-giving spirit, which is what remains of a person after death (Ecclesiastes 12:7).

The Lockdown Decision

Cuomo likened funerals to participatory sports: “Now is not the time to be playing Frisbee with your friends in the park.”

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