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April 29, 2005

Rabbi Nathan Lopes Cardozo: Passover, and the Divine's silence

Rabbi David Aaron: Can you really love your neighbor as your self?

Caroline B. Glick: What Israel can — and must — learn from the French

April 28, 2005

Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski: Pharaoh: Should a person be punished for doing something when he had no choice?

Rabbi Yonason Goldson: Passover and the first holocaust

April 27, 2005

Jonathan Rosenblum: A Yalie on his knees

Paul Horsley: He's an Eastern European-Argentinean - American Jew who mixes Klezmer and tango with classical styles --- and is taking the music world by storm

April 26, 2005

Jessica Yadegaran: You haven't experienced true Jewish ritual until you've held your own Passover Seder

Tom Gross: Who would have the integrity -- and moxie -- to produce this play?

Daniel Pipes: American border secrets

April 22, 2005

Rabbi David Aaron: Passover: In the Name of Love

Diana West: Springtime for Hamas

Greg Crosby: Terrorist denial

April 21, 2005

Jonathan Tobin: A Nation of 'Fourth Sons'

Jordan "Gorf" Gorfinkel's Jewish Gen-X strip that crosses generations and cultures. The latest installment: "Your Official Guide to Sacrificial Offerings"

April 20, 2005

Rabbi Harvey Belovski: This year, throw away your Hagaddah!

Stewart Ain: If Terri Schiavo were an Orthodox Jewish NYer would she still be alive?

April 19, 2005

Judy L. Thomas: Ten years after Oklahoma City bombing militia movements are rudderless and in disarray — which makes them even deadlier

Daniel Pipes: Making nice-nice with Hamas

April 18, 2005

Jonathan Tobin: A double-barreled scandal

Caroline B. Glick: Bush vs. democracy

April 15, 2005

Rabbi David Aaron: Look who's talking

Jeff Jacoby: Does Israel want Arab democracy?

April 14, 2005

Cal Thomas: Israel's big gamble

Binyamin L. Jolkovsky: Has Manischewitz gone meshugah?

April 13, 2005

Chosen Words: A newsletter for personal and spiritual growth gleaned from classic biblical and other sources that will help you enhance your day to day life

Cliff Churgin: In effort to boost morale, families giving up comforts of life in Israel's heartland to move to disputed territories

April 12, 2005

Mark Silva: 'Palestinians' happy Bush pressuring Sharon on once non-negotiable Israeli 'burb

Dennis Prager: The divorce-threatens-marriage lie

Peter Mehlman: Relativity speaking, Einstein was a slacker

April 11, 2005

Jonathan Tobin: Helping and hurting

Diana West: Conservative mag capitulates to controversial Muslim group's pressure tactics

April 8, 2005

Rabbi David Aaron: Sick minds, sick bodies

Caroline B. Glick: Middle East mythology

Jeff Jacoby: The Pope who turned Antisemitism aside

April 7, 2005

Rabbi S. Binyomin Ginsberg: An action plan for change

Martin Peretz: The Politics of Churlishness

April 6, 2005

Thane Rosenbaum: Is court a place for morals?

Paul Wieder: Old, new, borrowed... and jazzy: Nine new Klezmer CDs

April 5, 2005

Rabbi Avi Shafran: The difference between Jews and Judaism

Daniel Pipes: Sharon's folly

Jonathan Tobin: Unsettling diversions

April 4, 2005

Caroline B. Glick: The Palestine problem

April 2, 2005

Rabbi Yitzchok Adlerstein: A Pope like no other

April 1, 2005

Rabbi David Aaron: The morality of meat

Jeff Jacoby: Sharon's retreat is a victory for terrorists

Jonathan Rosenblum: If Michael Schiavo would have met Yacov the Jerusalemite

March 31, 2005

Joel Greenberg: Ecumenical unity in the Holy City, as clergymen of different faiths denounce slated gay gathering

Victor Davis Hanson: Remembering Okinawa: Dealing with suicide bombers — 60 years ago

March 30, 2005

Rabbi S. Binyomin Ginsberg: Assessing our most precious possessions

Joel Greenberg: Fate of Greater Israel signed and sealed

March 29, 2005

Jonathan D. Schick: Bridging the Gap between Mind and Heart

Daniel Pipes: What are Islamic schools teaching?

March 28, 2005

Caroline B. Glick: Sharon and the Bush Doctrine

Leonard Pitts, Jr.: Trying to understand why Indian boy wanted to join Nazis

March 25, 2005

Rabbi David Aaron: Purim: Secrets behind the holiday mask

Jonathan Rosenblum: Making fun of the scoffers

March 24, 2005

Rabbi Elkanah Schwartz: Of Miracles and Nature

Andrea Simantov: Baywatch Babe Baskets and Eminem's evil Israeli twin

Victor Davis Hanson: The noose tightens

March 23, 2005

Rabbi Yonason Goldson: Purim and the Jewish response to terror

Jeremy Rifkin: Giving new meaning to ‘of mice and men’

Paul Greenberg: On a fast train

March 22, 2005

Yaffa Ganz: Purim patterns

Daniel Pipes: Hezbollah and Hamas as exponents of democracy?

March 21, 2005

Rabbi Aryeh Spero: We can't stand by and watch her starve to death

Caroline B. Glick: Sharon's terror masters

Suzanne Fields: Haunted by history

March 18, 2005

Rabbi Berel Wein: The Divine is in the details

Rich Lowry: For boys and girls, go single-sex

Diana West: Facing new evil empires

March 17, 2005

Jonathan Tobin: Learning our lesson

Sandra Hernandez: Thousands of Hispanics who follow the Torah escape the shadows in South Florida

March 16, 2005

Chosen Words: A newsletter for personal and spiritual growth gleaned from classic biblical and other sources that will help you enhance your day to day life

Clarence Page: It's the white supremacist who owes us the apology

A. Shreiber: Largest grassroots Orthodox Jewish group to Michael Schiavo: Spare your wife's life

March 15, 2005

Daniel Pipes: Which privileges for Islam?

Joel Greenberg: Israel's new Holocaust museum taps writings, artworks for insight

March 14, 2005

Gavriel Aryeh Sanders: Kosher diva outdoes herself with latest offering

Jeff Jacoby: The marriage newspeak

Ann W. O'Neill: U.S. settles lawsuit over plundered valuables from Nazi 'Gold Train'

March 11, 2005

Rabbi David Aaron: Unmasking Nature: The Divine's Love is Here and Now

Mona Charen: Thou shalt have no other gods before the ACLU

Caroline B. Glick: Don't wobble, Mr. President

March 10, 2005

Cal Thomas: Are we being played for suckers by those who know us far better than we know them?

Lori Gottlieb: And you went to Yale?

March 9, 2005

Dr. Reuven Ben-Dov: You don't have to be a Jewish doctor to appreciate — and gain from — the wisdom of this encyclopedia

Caroline B. Glick: ‘Pyromaniac fireman’

March 8, 2005

Rabbi Avi Shafran: Between

Daniel Pipes: A neo-con's caution

March 7, 2005

Mortimer Zuckerman: When will Israel finally say 'enough is enough'?

Leonard Pitts, Jr.: This memory must never fade

March 4, 2005

Rabbi David Aaron: Successful people are unaccomplished

Caroline B. Glick: A week that has proven political theories --- will we ever learn?

March 3, 2005

Yossi Klein Halevi: In withdrawal

Richard Z. Chesnoff: Life of fear for Christian Arabs

March 2, 2005

Rabbi Avi Shafran: The secret of the Jews

Jordan "Gorf" Gorfinkel's: Jewish Gen-X strip. The latest installment: "People of the Book!"

March 1, 2005

Daniel Pipes: Ignoring an assassination plot

Jonathan Tobin: Put the celebrations on hold

Feb. 28, 2005

Binyamin L. Jolkovsky: COINCIDENCE?

Charles Krauthammer: Sharon is competent

Feb. 25, 2005

Rabbi David Aaron: Sabbath: The rest of your Life

Jonathan Tobin: Closed Door? GOP split on immigration makes for an issue with a confusing set of allies

Nate Bloom: Jewz in the Newz: Jews at the Big "O"

Feb. 24, 2005

Rochelle Krich: The Right to Write: Who Decides What's Kosher?

Victor Davis Hanson: Common ground

Feb. 23, 2005

Michael Feldberg: The celebrated, oft-cited Iwo Jima sermon that was almost never preached

Ask Wendy: Friends insensitive to office mom?; hubby is pain over migraine treatment; catching sis lying often

Feb. 22, 2005

Jonathan Tobin: The Conquest of 'Eurabia'

Cal Thomas: We have been warned, now what?

Scott Ott: Ariel Sharon schedules peace talks with self

Feb. 21, 2005

Larry Garza: Five Misconceptions about Islam that could kill Democracy

Jordan "Gorf" Gorfinkel's Jewish Gen-X strip: The latest installment: "Your Official Guide to Consoling the Sick"

Feb. 18, 2005

Rabbi David Aaron: Love's secret service

Rabbi Berel Wein: Clothes actually do make the man

Jonathan Rosenblum: Jolly Old England no longer: Can the surge in British Jew hatred be linked directly to its media?

Feb. 17, 2005

Rabbi Yitzchok Adlerstein: Requiem for Willy Loman

Neal M. Sher and Morton A. Klein: The silence is deafening as Holocaust denying political leader gets free pass

George Friedman: Hezbollah: The terrorist threat on the horizon

Feb. 16, 2005

Joseph Aaron: It's about time

Haytullah Gaheez: Out of money? Sell your daughter

Feb. 15, 2005

Wendy Shalit: Must Orthodox fiction be so fictional?

Caroline B. Glick: Question to Sharon and the peacemongers: If Abbas is the legitimate head of the PA, why must Israel weaken its security needs in order to give him legitimacy?

Daniel Pipes: When it comes to Jew hatred, what's old is new again --- but very different

Feb. 14, 2005

Mark Steyn: Destroy our civilization just to demonstrate its multicultural bona fides?

Jonathan Tobin: Who's Being Silenced?

Eric Edwards: Faking your way out of a relationship

Feb. 11, 2005

Rabbi David Aaron: Is the Divine beyond us or within us?

Charles Krauthammer: Why the 'Palestinians' came to the table

Feb. 10, 2005

Rabbi S. Binyomin Ginsberg: Assessing a ‘quality teacher’

Dion Nissenbaum: ‘Palestinians’ frustrated that Israel is preventing illegal entrance, working in its borders

Feb. 9, 2005

Serena Weil: DISENGAGEMENT or DISASTER?

Caroline B. Glick: Condi's Mideast roadmap is being influenced by whom!?

Feb. 8, 2005

Daniel Pipes: When the authorities deny terrorism

Michael Matza: 'Palestinians' are -- wink, nod -- cracking down against terrorists

Feb. 7, 2005

Jonathan Tobin: Lower Our Voices?

Michael Hirsley: Nazi poster boy who saved Jews on Kristalnacht dead at 99

Feb. 4, 2005

Rabbi David Aaron: Love and idolatry

Rabbi Baruch Lederman: The power to change --- yourself and others

Caroline B. Glick: The peacemongers are back

Jay Root: Kinky Friedman launches bid for governor of Texas

Feb. 3, 2005

Anne Applebaum: Demonization double-standard

Tom Gross: Reporting Auschwitz, then and now

Feb. 2, 2005

Dr. Debby Schwarz Hirschhorn: Anger makes the soul go 'way

Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson: Israel: If Arabs can't control terrorism, we have no reason to continue negotiations

Feb. 1, 2005

Dennis Prager: On worthless humanity

Daniel Pipes: Saudi Venom in American Mosques

Mitch Albom: He was alive, but saw ghosts

Jan. 31, 2005

Lloyd M. Green: What Bush understands about ‘tikkun olam

Steven Stalinsky: Arabs and Holocaust denial sixty years later

Jan. 28, 2005

Rabbi David Aaron: Is the Divine just a Cosmic Party Pooper?

Matthew Schofield: The ultimate revenge: In the shadow of death, a celebration of life

Anne Bayefsky: The U. N.'s PR coup

Jan. 27, 2005

Victor Davis Hanson: The hard road to democracy

Bob Tyrrell: Answering history's call

Matthew Schofield: 'Enlightened' Europe turning even uglier as Jew hatred spirals out of control

Elinor J. Brecher: Nazi-hunting project brings bounty money to Europe

Jan. 26, 2005

Jay D. Homnick: Dare to win

Philip Sieradski, Ph.D: Real fighting spirit

Jan. 25, 2005

Shaindy Horowitz: A fruitful encounter

Andrea Simantov: Springing into Tu B'Shevat

Jonathan Tobin: Will good deeds go unpunished?

Jan. 24, 2005

Joel S. Kaplan: Today, U.N. will officially acknowledge the Holocaust

Rabbi Aryeh Spero: We are becoming paralyzed to do what self-preservation demands

Diana West: Seeking clarity on Islam and jihad

Jan. 21, 2005

Rabbi David Fohrman: Serpents of Desire: Good and evil in the Garden of Eden — History's First Question: Where Are You?

Rabbi David Aaron: The Nourishing Power of Love

Jonathan Tobin: Harry Shirt flap obscures real anti-Semitism

Jan. 20, 2005

Rabbi S. Binyomin Ginsberg: When ‘gifted’ children
have problems

Peter A. Brown: The law has caught up with public opinion on gay-rights matters

Jan. 19, 2005

Binyamin L. Jolkovsky: Orthodox Jews as new Evangelicals?

Mitch Albom: Lottery winnings and happiness

Jan. 18, 2005

The Jewish Ethicist: Should parents decide for grown kids?

Cal Thomas: INAUGURAL DOOMSDAY?

Daniel Pipes: Radical Islam's double standard

Jan. 17, 2005

Jonathan Tobin: Cheerleaders and skeptics of latest peace moves need to be careful

Alicia Colon: Dutch politician turning to American conservatives for ideas in reining-in — and keeping-out — radical Muslims

Jan. 14, 2005

Rabbi David Aaron: The Miraculous Power of Love

Julia Gorin: Poor Palestinians? Poor New Yorkers!

Caroline B. Glick: OOPS! Arab 'demographic bomb' revealed as dud

Jan. 13, 2005

Lisa J. Huriash: In goodwill gesture, Vatican allowing Jews to view priceless Maimonides manuscripts

Victor Davis Hanson: Islamicists hate us for who we are, not what we do

Cal Thomas: When you wish upon a star ...

Jan. 12, 2005

Susan Hogan/Albach: Yankee rabbi with a Texas-sized challenge

Jordan "Gorf" Gorfinkel's toon, Everything's Relative, gets serious: Faith in Action

Jan. 11, 2005

Daniel Pipes: Which Way Will Abbas Go?

Wesley Pruden: Thanking Allah for the infidels

Jan. 10, 2005

Jonathan Tobin: Jewish groups that take sides in budget and tax wars wind up pursuing somebody else's agenda

Jeff Jacoby: The problem with Mahmoud Abbas

Caroline B. Glick: Avoiding Israel's self-destruction

Jan. 7, 2005

Rabbi David Fohrman: Serpents of Desire: Good and evil in the Garden of Eden — Friedrich Nietzsche and the Disc Jockey

Rabbi David Aaron: Why is the Celestial Miracle Maker hiding?

Charles Krauthammer: The ‘Zionist enemy’ — and her supporters — is in denial yet again

Jan. 6, 2004

The Jewish Ethicist: Turning loans into charity

Andy Borowitz: 'Palestinians' rise up against Richard Gere

Jan. 5, 2004

Rabbi Yonason Goldson: The Tsunami and the Circle-maker

Jackie Mason & Raoul Felder: No good deed goes unpunished: Being a do-gooder should only go so far

Jan. 4, 2004

Rabbi Harvey Belovski: A Jewish response to devastation?

Daniel Pipes: Arab Victories in the Language War

Jan. 3, 2004

Jonathan Tobin: Do new 'brands' bring meaning, money and happiness to Jewish groups?

Steven Stalinsky: Top Ten Arab and Iranian Conspiracy Theories Ending 2004

Dec. 31, 2004

Rabbi David Aaron: Identity crisis is a gift

Caroline B. Glick: How a decision by the Clinton administration continues to threaten the Israel-America alliance

Dec. 30, 2004

Cal Thomas: When ‘free elections’ means just further legitimizing terrorism

Rachel Raskin-Zrihen: The U.N's politics of humanitarianism

Dec. 29, 2004

Rabbi David Aaron: Why is the Divine waiting to hear from you?

James Q. Wilson: What Makes a Terrorist?

Dec. 28, 2004

The Jewish Ethicist: Should I boycott a retailer that mistreats employees?

Daniel Pipes: What we can learn from the Japanese internment in our searching for Islamists

Dec. 27, 2004

Rabbi Ari Sytner: A tiny glimpse into the Divine's reality (FOLLOW-UP TO "An actor in a Divine comedy of ‘errors’" story)

Evan Osnos: France's government-approved training ground for homegrown Islamic clerics has links to world's largest Islamic militant group

Dec. 24, 2004

Rabbi David Aaron: Jews don't pray

Caroline B. Glick: Bigotry's harvest

Dec. 23, 2004

Rabbi Ephraim Schwartz: An actor in a Divine comedy of ‘errors’ — and I didn't even know it!

Jonathan Tobin: Faith in democracy is at stake in debate about Iraq and the Palestinians

Dec. 22, 2004

The Jewish Ethicist: Q: Is it ethical to use devices that warn drivers of speed traps?

Everything's Relative: Jordan "Gorf" Gorfinkel's strip tells it like it is --- even if it shouldn't be

Dec. 21, 2004

Rabbi Mitchell Wohlberg: An Orthodox rabbi's Christmas sermon

Daniel Pipes: Why is America upping the hundreds of million$ it already gives the ‘Palestinians’? Arafat's successor is hell-bent on destroying Israel

Dec. 20, 2004

Rabbi Avi Shafran: A minyan in the White House

Debbie Maimon: A White (House) Chanukah

Dec. 17, 2004

Rabbi David Fohrman: Serpents of desire: Good and evil in the Garden of Eden — It's All in the I of the Beholder

Rabbi David Aaron: What you see is what you get

Caroline B. Glick: Wanted: Israeli neocons

Dec. 16, 2004

Suzanne Fields: Is McCulture spurring radical Islam?

Jonathan Tobin: That Old Standby --- the Scapegoat

Dec. 15, 2004

Lori Borgman: Chanukkah tradition lives in the window

Amy Worden: Church-state groups file lawsuit over teaching 'intelligent design'

Dec. 14, 2004

Libby Lazewnik: A Question Of Light

Daniel Pipes: Muslim institutions too often are not what they seem to be

Dec. 13, 2004

Marisa N. Pickar: Follow the Oil

Andrea Simantov: Chanukah: The quintessential female holiday?

Dec. 10, 2004

Rabbi David Aaron: Chanukah: The Light of Love

Rabbi David Fohrman: Serpents of desire: Good and evil in the Garden of Eden --- A Dark and Rainy Night in Manhattan

Caroline B. Glick: A week in a Middle East Utopia

Dec. 9, 2004

Jonathan Tobin: A 'Chrismukkah' world

Suzanne Fields: The dark side of the lights

Nachum Segal's Chanukah music special: Listen while you surf! Jewish superstars, "bubble gum bands," and other genres --- in English, Hebrew, Yiddish and Ladino. And, of course, satire.

Dec. 8, 2004

Rabbi Avi Shafran: Soulless

Marilynn Marter: Latkepalooza

Dec. 7, 2004

The Jewish Ethicist: Should hospitals treat indigent foreigners free?

Hillel Halkin: Tale of a madman?

Dec. 6, 2004

Richard Z. Chesnoff: Jewish Congress tsuris must end

Lenore Skenazy: Can we put some fun into the toys?

Dec. 3, 2004

Rabbi David Fohrman: Serpents of desire: Good and evil in the Garden of Eden --- A World of Broccoli and Pizza

Rabbi David Aaron: Can You Surpass Yourself?

Dec. 2, 2004

Rabbi Berel Wein: ‘Natural disasters’ can in actuality be much more

Ron Rosenbaum: Sanitizing Merchant: Pacino Plays Shylock Like a Grouchy Tevya

Dec. 1, 2004

The Jewish Ethicist: No-Shop Day(s)

Cecil Johnson: Despite violent environment, Israeli companies focus on performance

Nov. 30, 2004

Neal M. Sher: Reasons for concern at the CIA

Dennis Prager: Is it OK to hope anyone is in hell?

Jonathan Tobin: A pro-Israel group teaches us a lesson about Evangelicals and ourselves

Nov. 29, 2004

Binyamin L. Jolkovsky: Radical vegetarian group seeking to slaughter one of the world's largest kosher meat processors

Zev Chafets: Let's be honest, peace is nowhere in sight

Nov. 25, 2004

Rabbi David Fohrman: Serpents of desire: Good and evil in the Garden of Eden --- Beauty and the Beast

Rabbi David Aaron: The Secret to Happiness

Nov. 24, 2004

Rabbi Mitchell Wohlberg: Thanksgiving: Let us not be warped in our perspective

Robert Zelnick: If Arafat had been aborted, there would've been a Palestinian state

Nov. 23, 2004

The Jewish Ethicist: Can I use fake bids to raise prices in an auction?

Lisa J. Huriash: Lots of help available for moms who make their own baby food

Nov. 22, 2004

Jeff Jacoby: When hatred is necessary

Ike Seamans: The Arafat I knew

Paul Wieder: …Oh, CDs I will play: It's the Chanukah wrap-up

Nov. 19, 2004

Rabbi David Fohrman: Serpents of desire: Good and evil in the Garden of Eden — What's in it for the Snake?

Rabbi David Aaron: Real Love means embracing Conflict

Jonathan Tobin: Conventional wisdom rides again

Nov. 18, 2004

Cal Thomas: Toward a moral foreign policy

Larry Elder: Arafat and the 'peace process'

Suzanne Fields: No seeds for Middle East peace

Nov. 17, 2004

The Jewish Ethicist: Piggyback or Just Piggy?

Sidney Zion: Still no one Israel can do a deal with

Lawrence F. Kaplan: One Way --- finally

Nov. 16, 2004

Cal Thomas: More killers for President!

Frank J. Gaffney, Jr.: Window for war?

Nov. 15, 2004

Charles Krauthammer: Arafat's Legacy

Tom Gross: Arafat-mania

Nov. 12, 2004

Rabbi David Fohrman: Serpents of desire: Good and evil in the Garden of Eden --- The Naked Truth

Rabbi David Aaron: Do Good Feel Good, Do Bad Feel Bad?

Jeff Jacoby: ARAFAT, R.I.P.!?

Cal Thomas: Arafat's legacy

Nov. 11, 2004

Jeff Dunetz: The Health Crisis Caused by Arafat's Death: Whacko News Syndrome

Jonathan Tobin: They still don't get it

Nov. 10, 2004

The Jewish Ethicist: Money and marriage

Dov Fischer: Nothing will change in 'Palestine' during the transition from kaffiyehs and holsters to suits and ties

Nov. 9, 2004

Daniel Pipes: Arafat's last threat to Israel?

Donna Gehrke-White: Link between faith and health getting more attention

Nov. 8, 2004

Yossi Klein Halevi: With Sharon's goal of outlasting Arafat seemingly close to fruition, there's satisfaction in the prime minister's office, but little joy

Jonathan Tobin: What 'reform' wrought

Steven Plaut: The Monty Python Dead Parrot Sketch with Minor Corrections

Nov. 5, 2004

Rabbi David Fohrman: Serpents of desire: Good and evil in the Garden of Eden --- The dark side of paradise

Rabbi David Aaron: Making every day count

Rabbi Aryeh Spero: Arafat Burial on Temple Mount Unthinkable

Nov. 4, 2004

The Jewish Ethicist: Vaccination Vacillation

Zev Chafets: Above everything else, Arafat was a shrewd geopolitician who knew how to manipulate the world to his -- not his ‘people's’ -- advantage

Oct. 3, 2004

Rabbi Mordechai Biser: The new ideology in health care… and how to survive

Mike Carter: Citizens use Internet to spy on, thwart terrorists

Nov. 2, 2004

Binyamin L. Jolkovsky: The senseless murder of a 'hero' and 'saint'

Cal Thomas: Bin Laden points at Lebanon

Everything's Relative: Your Official Guide to the 2004 Jewish Vote

Nov. 1, 2004

Jonathan Tobin: Civic Sacrament

Jordan Max: FOUND! Arafat's Last Will and Testament

Oct. 29, 2004

Rabbi David Fohrman: Serpents of desire: Good and evil in the Garden of Eden — A Tale of Two Trees

Rabbi David Aaron: Abraham: The Master of Personal Transformation

Steven Stalinsky: International Arab media crusaded for Kerry and American Muslims are heeding their call

Oct. 28, 2004

The Jewish Ethicist: Can my employer underpay me?

Suzanne Fields: Ghosts and goblins at U.N.

Tim Collie: Arafat may have cheated death this time, but his 'people's' real problems may be just beginning

Oct. 27, 2004

Jonathan Rosenblum: In praise of the President's faith

Michael Matza: In historic vote, Israeli parliament OKs Sharon's plan to remove Jews living in areas won in defensive war

William E. Gibson: Bubba in a beanie and other acts of desperation in the Sunshine State

Oct. 26, 2004

Rabbi Avi Shafran: Trains: An American story

Dennis Prager: How Jews should vote?

Oct. 25, 2004

Jonathan Tobin: In praise of inertia

Sam Schulman: For Kerry, ‘Multilateralism’ is Yiddish for ‘Au revoir, Israel’

Daniel Pipes: In the Mideast, Bush dared to be different

Oct. 22, 2004

Rabbi David Fohrman: Serpents of desire: Good and evil in the Garden of Eden — Adam, Eve, and the Elephant in the Room

Rabbi David Aaron: Intimate with the Infinite

Charles Krauthammer: Sacrificing Israel in the name of 'peace': Redux

Oct. 21, 2004

D. Sofer: Remembering, on his 30th yahrtzeit (anniversary of death), the protagonist /hero of one of World War II's most unusual human dramas

Zev Chafets: Kerry's forced tears

Everything's Relative: Jordan "Gorf" Gorfinkel's strip tells like it is — even if it shouldn't be

Oct. 20, 2004

Jonathan Gurwitz: Jacques Derrida is dead --- maybe: ‘Deconstruction’ and the death of common sense

Tom Gross: A mild sign of hope in the media?

Oct. 19, 2004

Daniel Pipes: In Sunshine State, battle over coddling of accused Islamist terrorist at center of senatorial race

Jonathan Tobin: Doubts about 'Palestinian' credibility ought to sound alarm for journalists

Oct. 18, 2004

Rabbi Avi Shafran: Super powers

Martin Peretz: A President Kerry would be a disaster for Israel

Jeff Jacoby: Why marriage can't be left to the states

Oct. 15, 2004

Rabbi Berel Wein: Uniformity as a negative

Rabbi David Fohrman: Serpents of desire: Good and evil in the Garden of Eden

Oct. 14, 2004

The Jewish Ethicist: Should I fire a racist worker?

Gary Rosenblatt: Madonna's Challenge to Jewry

Oct. 13, 2004

Jonathan Tobin: Zero -Sum Game: Decoding ‘Palestinian’ strategy helps us understand another threat

Ann W. O'Neill: Progress reported in lawsuit over alleged looting of ‘Gold Train’

Oct. 12, 2004

Frida Ghitis: Egyptian terrorists will succeed — in moving relations with Israel forward

Suzanne Fields: Fear and loathing in the Fatherland

Oct. 11, 2004

Jonathan Tobin: At U.N., No Division Between Aid and Terror

Charles Krauthammer: Terrorists' candidates?

Diana West: The unnerving ‘Plot’

Oct. 6, 2004

Rabbi David Aaron: Simchas Torah: Love at the High Holidays' climax

Nancy A. Youssef: Israel's effort at outreach to
Iraq is — literally — rebuffed

Oct. 5, 2004

Daniel Pipes: What Kind of Airport Profiling?

Zev Chafets: Iran's nukes: Israel's on the case

Oct. 4, 2004

Rabbi Avi Shafran: Vulnerable and secure

Jonathan Tobin: Self-congratulatory stupor

Sept. 29, 2004

Rabbi David Aaron: From Fasting to Feasting

Everything's Relative: Jordan "Gorf" Gorfinkel's strip tells like it is --- even if it shouldn't be

Jeff Jacoby: In the Jewish time-warp

Sept. 28, 2004

The Jewish Ethicist: Does Jewish tradition favor income equality?

Tom Hundley: New film re-examines Hitler in a more humane light

Sept. 27, 2004

Abe Novick: Could Philip Roth's forthcoming novel tip the scales in favor of Bush?

Jonathan Tobin: Do Journalists Take Sides?

Paul Greenberg: Because the West dares to exist

Sept. 24, 2004

Rabbi David Aaron: Yom Kippur: The fast track to love and forgiveness (INSPIRING, PROFOUND!)

Everything's Relative: Jordan "Gorf" Gorfinkel returns --- and in keeping with the spirit of the day, he's gone serious on us

Joel Mowbray: 'Palestinian' penchant for prevarication

Sept. 23, 2004

Suzanne Fields: Days of atonement and renewal

Binyamin L. Jolkovsky: GET THEE TO A SYNAGOGUE, DAN

Sept. 22, 2004

Esther D. Kustanowitz: In the Margins: Imagining a ‘Book of Lives’

Jonathan Tobin: A monument to failure

Sept. 21, 2004

Rabbi Avi Shafran: Momentous moments

Daniel Pipes: Civil rights before safety

Sept. 20, 2004

Rabbi Nathan Lopes Cardozo: Down but not out

Yossi Klein Halevi & Michael B. Oren: Israel's unexpected victory over terrorism

Jonathan Tobin: Get Out Your Crystal Ball!

Sept. 15, 2004

Rabbi David Aaron: Rosh Hashanna: Who's Judging?

Rabbi Yonason Goldson: Rosh HaShonnah: A defense of the defenseless

Ari L. Goldman: Thank Heaven for the simple, spiritual life

Sept. 14, 2004

Ron Grossman: 350 years after first Jewish settlers, Judaism thrives in America

Jackie Mason & Raoul Felder: American Jews should consider emulating the eagle, rather than the ostrich

Daniel Pipes: Beating terrorism by beatings — and worse?

Sept. 13, 2004

Joel Greenberg: Tens of thousands of Israelis protest Sharon's withdrawal plan

Zev Chafets: The new fascism reunites one of history's great alliances

Diana West: Memo to Spielberg: We're facing a 'War of the Worlds'

Sept. 10, 2004

Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski: Why man is greater than the angels

Mona Charen: Why Jews should support W

Sept. 9, 2004

Cal Thomas: Moderate, peaceful Muslims — where is the evidence?

Edward I. Koch: Muslim terrorists are victims: The view from NYTimes Land

Shaina Feinberg: City of Weasels: We Dump and Run, But We Can't Hide

Sept. 8, 2004

Noam Scheiber: What Orthodox Jews will be doing for Bush — and, more importantly, why it matters

Frank J. Gaffney Jr.: FBI witch hunt?

Melanie Phillips: Terrorism only became such a potent weapon because the West allowed it to happen

Sept. 7, 2004

Zev Chafets: The jihadists' dream is a return to empire

Mark Steyn: Being sad isn't enough

Dennis Prager: They shoot children, don't they?

Daniel Pipes: They're TERRORISTS — not activists or victims

Sept. 3, 2004

Rabbi Berel Wein: Improve oneself or society?

Ike Seamans: ‘Fair and balanced’ Muslim-style

Sept. 2, 2004

Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis: An American question and vision

Steven Stalinsky: Kerry picks up another important endorsement — Egypt's

Sept. 1, 2004

Jeff Dunetz: Terrorism is not a crime

Jonathan Tobin: Shadow on the Alliance

August 31, 2004

Eli Lake: ‘Spy’ case not what originally claimed by GOTCHA! media

Frank J. Gaffney, Jr: Who is the real enemy?

Jonathan Mark: And on Tuesday the Rebbetzin spoke at the GOP convention

August 30, 2004

Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs: About that ‘spy’ for
Israel in the Pentagon …

Gabriella Burman: Religious mall rats?

August 27, 2004

Chayyei Sarah: A fair fare

Shmarya Rosenberg: A blind date, prayer and a double blessing

Daniel Pipes: Prominent Islamist scholar banned from America — but for how long?

August 26, 2004

Jonathan Tobin: Game Over?

Eric Mink: Is 'Reality TV' the secret weapon in the War on Terror?

August 25, 2004

The Jewish Ethicist: Q. Is it ever right not to give charity?

Tom Siegfried: Wouk's fiction reveals facts of science, politics

August 24, 2004

Bret Stephens: Is Bush an Israeli shill? Or a Saudi one?

Daniel Pipes: Iraq's disappearing Christians

August 23, 2004

Jeff Dunetz: Prophet School

Alan Dershowitz: Boot U.S. apologist for Iran's bigotry

August 20, 2004

Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski: We are responsible for the process, not the result

Ask Wendy: Fine line between pestering and persisting; gift grabbing granny?; out of control 2 year-old

August 19, 2004

Jonathan Tobin: We may be ‘One’,
but which ‘One’?

Steven Stalinsky: Iranian talk of an attack on America

Lloyd Grove: The rude, the bad, the ugly

August 18, 2004

Rabbi Avi Shafran: Sublimating strife

Jeff Dunetz: Making better prisoners

August 17, 2004

Frank J. Gaffney, Jr: DIVEST TERROR!

Michael Matza: Will the ‘Palestinians’ learn to be careful about what they wish for?

August 16, 2004

Jeff Jacoby: How Arafat's gunmen suppress the news

Elliot B. Gertel: Joan of Arcadia: ‘Innocent’ teen drama makes mockery of religion

August 13, 2004

Rabbi Paysach J. Krohn: Of Baltimore Bills and Denver Dollars

Jonathan Tobin: Sucker's Bet

August 12, 2004

Edward I. Koch: I've been branded a ‘turncoat’

Neal M. Sher: Pursuing Terror's Financiers: Time to Get Serious About The Saudi Connection

August 11, 2004

The Jewish Ethicist: Q. Should corporations contribute money to charity?

Rachel Ehrenfeld: Ashcroft slow to prosecute Muslim charities who fund terror groups

August 10, 2004

Bret Stephens: When breaking a taboo means guaranteed self-destruction

Peter A. Brown: Public interest vs. minority rights

August 9, 2004

Zev Chafets: Why not say it bluntly? Islam is an aggressive, violent political ideology

Bob Alper: Shmoozin' with shamayim (Heaven)

August 6, 2004

Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski: You are what you
eat — or should be

Julia Gorin: Multi-culturalizing anti-Semitism: The ADL's fanaticism for fitting in

August 5, 2004

Jonathan Tobin: Lessons from the other Warsaw Uprising

Suzanne Fields: Flip-flopping for the Jews

August 4, 2004

Rabbi Avi Shafran: History on the heart

Ask Wendy: Non-intrusive=bad friend?; best friend's daughter is not for my son; bris-less grandsons

August 3, 2004

Jackie Mason & Raoul Felder: Islam is a religion of WHAT? II: A response to our critics

Daniel Pipes: A slick Islamist heads to jail

Joel Greenberg: ‘Palestine’ continuing to self-destruct, as Arab on Arab violence increases

August 2, 2004

Ike Seamans: The coming ‘Palestinian’ civil war?

David Grimes: New book teaches you how to beat the ?%^ out of a suspected terrorist

July 30, 2004

Aharon Granot: His role for life

Kaukab J. Smith: Dems becoming the party of Muslims?

July 29, 2004

The Jewish Ethicist: When do we cross the line from good corporate citizenship to irresponsible management?

Steven Stalinsky: Arab Guide to the 2004 Election

July 28, 2004

Zev Chafets: 9/11 panel IDs the enemy: The time has come to call the West's foe by its name

Jonathan Tobin: America's Europhile candidate needs to address the continent's anti-Israel tilt

July 27, 2004

Rabbi David Aaron: Tisha B'Av: Celebrating Jewish sadness

Jonathan Rosenblum: Knowing what we are missing

Dennis Prager: Explaining the Arab-Israeli conflict through numbers

July 26, 2004

Judy Lash Balint: Third longest ‘human-chain’ in history sends message to Israel's Sharon — and the world

Jonathan Tobin: Media tales of victims leave out the real culprit

Joel Mowbray: Arafat's poisonous reign finally being challenged

July 23, 2004

Rabbi Avi Shafran: The road taken

Yossi Klein Halevi: Real danger in Hague ruling is a lot more sinister than about right to a security fence

July 22, 2004

Zev Chafets: The intifadeh is over — just listen

Frida Ghitis: West Bank and Gaza Arabs fearing what life will be like after Israel leaves

July 21, 2004

The Jewish Ethicist: The Corporation and the Community, Part 1 Corporate Philanthropy

Jonathan Tobin: There's nothing wrong with a pandering platform

Nate Bloom: Jewz in the Newz

July 20, 2004

Dennis Prager: Presbyterian Church defames Christianity

Frank J. Gaffney, Jr.: Just say 'NO'

Daniel Pipes: Palestinian anarchy

July 19, 2004

Herbert London: Why the world hates Israel

Richard Z. Chesnoff : Return the ‘Palestinians’ back to where they originated?

July 16, 2004

Rabbi Berel Wein: On the road again —
and again and again

Tom Siegfried: Asimov's ‘Foundation’ theories on society move from fiction to academia

Charles Krauthammer: U. N. will go to any length to condemn Israel, including enabling murder

July 15, 2004

Douglas Bloomfield: She's baaaack!

Erick Stakelbeck: Will the Peach State give America its first significant electoral victory for a champion of the radical Muslim cause?

July 14, 2004

The Jewish Ethicist: Q: Do I have to cooperate with co-workers if we're in competition for benefits?

Jonathan Tobin: International court grants Arabs a right to terror and Israelis a right to die

Binyamin Netanyahu: A fence of last resort

July 13, 2004

Rabbi Aryeh Spero: French Indifference to Evil Escalates

Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson: These Arabs fear being branded traitors — and you know what that can mean! — because they find the security fence beneficial

July 12, 2004

Alan Dershowitz: Hague deserves world's contempt for anti-Israeli bigotry

Yossi Klein Halevi: The pattern of Palestinian rejectionism

July 9, 2004

Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski: Mastery over oneself

Jonathan Tobin: Political pulpit-phobia

July 8, 2004

Adam Dickter: Hamas Link On Madison Avenue?

Geneive Abdo: Can a parliament of leaders from traditional religions and those with a more New Age flavor save the world from itself?

July 7, 2004

S. Horowitz: The Wandering Jew, updated

Jackie Mason & Raoul Felder: Islam is a religion of WHAT?

July 6, 2004

Daniel Pipes: The FBI loses its way

Steven Stalinsky: Saudis behind surge of beheadings

July 2, 2004

Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski: The hallmark of a person

Nate Bloom: Rivers of Babylon Piece Creates Flood of Reader Letters — Here's My Answer to a Few

July 1, 2004

Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson and Michael Matza: Israeli High Court orders changes to placement of security barrier, even at risk to Jewish state's security

Joel Mowbray: Nice talk can't hide U.N.'s anti-Jewish bigotry

June 30, 2004

Jonah Goldberg: The New N-Word

Betsy Hart: When girls' civilizing influence turns brutal

June 29, 2004

Zev Chafets: When both houses of Congress voted to show support of Israel last week Kerry was MIA --- that should be sending a potent message to friends of the Jewish state

Daniel Pipes: Israel's wayward prime ministers

June 28, 2004

Steven Stalinsky: Must-see Saudi TV

Lisa Haddock: New book looks at life and love in a Jerusalem few see

June 25, 2004

Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski: A spiritual budget

Jonathan Tobin: Attempts to cast the war in Iraq as a plot should give its critics pause

Jeff Jacoby: Anti-Semitism and the UN

June 24, 2004

The Jewish Ethicist: Q: What does Judaism say about the work ethic?

Dr. Ergun Mehmet Caner: Moore's 'hate-riotism'

June 23, 2004

Amy H. Lederman: The good, the bad and the human

Walter Williams: Will the West survive?

June 22, 2004

Dennis Prager: So, we're hated

Frank J. Gaffney, Jr.: The company Powell keeps

Michael Freund: How Wen-Jing Became 'Shalva'

June 21, 2004

Suzanne Fields: One noisy nation, under …?

Jeff Dunetz: Let Madonna — OOPS! I mean ‘Esther’ — take the blame

June 18, 2004

Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski: Quantum leap to evil

Charles Krauthammer: Israel's Intifada Victory

June 17, 2004

Rabbi Avi Shafran: Creatures and teachers

Toby Klein Greenwald: The Mommy who busted the bomber

Jason Maoz: JWR in the news

June 16, 2004

Jonathan Tobin: Too high a Wall

Michelle Malkin: America's insane asylum for terrorists

June 15, 2004

Dick Polman: Jews for Bush?

Bret Stephens: Book seeks to end Jewish support for Israel

June 14, 2004

Rabbi Yonason Goldson: Thrill-seekers don't know what they're missing

Jeff Jacoby: Mutilations and Muslim law

June 11, 2004

Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski: Emotion v. intellect

Steven Stalinsky: The Making of A Mid-East Conspiracy: Nicholas Berg Was Not Beheaded

June 10, 2004

Zev Chafets: The only good infidel is a dead infidel

Gal Luft: How would Reagan end the Muslim madness?

June 9, 2004

The Jewish Ethicist: Can a gift to charity ever substitute for paying what we owe?

Jonathan Tobin: Reagan's place in Jewish history rests on more than record number of votes

June 8, 2004

Natan Sharansky: The prisoners' conscience

Daniel Pipes: 'Don't Be Afraid, We Won't Kill Muslims'

Dennis Prager: Taliban come to L.A.

June 7, 2004

Doron Kornbluth: Ronald Reagan's Jewish visions

Lewis A. Fein: Now he belongs to the ages

June 4, 2004

Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski: Humility: The finest of all traits

Nate Bloom: More Tears by the Rivers of Babylon: Jewish Servicemen Killed in Iraq

June 3, 2004

Rabbi Avi Shafran: Articles of faith

Jonathan Tobin: Pause and Remember

June 2, 2004

Michelle Malkin: The ambulances-for-terrorists scandal

Dayle Shockley: A child's lessons start early

June 1, 2004

Greg Crosby: How we will lose the Islamo-Fascist War

Daniel Pipes: 'If you are Muslim, you are suspect'

May 28, 2004

Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski: In quest of spirituality

Jonathan Tobin: The same old song

Zev Chafets: Cold feet and cold beers

May 25, 2004

Rabbi Yonason Goldson: Shavuos: The eternal vow

Jay D. Homnick: Desert (brain)storm

Dennis Prager: The greatest sin

May 24, 2004

Martin Peretz: Lonely crowd

Alan Dershowitz: Does oppression cause homicide bombings?

Stefan Kanfer: On the Fritz

May 21, 2004

Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski: Beyond physical limitations

Rabbi Berel Wein: Not ‘man of the people’, but
‘man for the people’

Jonathan Tobin: Politics and pictures

May 20, 2004

The Jewish Ethicist: Does favoring local labor discriminate against the truly needy?

Ask Wendy: Wife letting herself go; kid wants to ban dad from bar mitzvah; visiting mom has nerves rattled

May 19, 2004

Michael Freund: Who does Powell think he's kidding?

Bob Alper: To die for

May 18, 2004

Rabbi Avi Shafran: Why interfere with ‘love’?

Daniel Pipes: Threat to the West is European import with Islamic accent

Dennis Prager: The news media and Nick Berg

May 17, 2004

Jay D. Homnick: To be a Jew: What the murderers of Nick Berg and Daniel Pearl knew

Nate Bloom: Jewz in the Newz

May 14, 2004

Rabbi Berel Wein: Striving

Faygie Levy: Hoagies & Hasidics

May 13, 2004

The Jewish Ethicist: Q: Right now I can't find an employer who needs an MBA, so for the jobs I'm seeking I'm overqualified. Can I omit my MBA from my resume?

Jonathan Tobin: Tortured reasoning

May 12, 2004

Sharon First: Blessing the tree of life

Joe Berkofsky: Videotaped execution of U.S. Jew not shaking commitment to bringing democracy to Iraq

May 11, 2004

Daniel Pipes: The human comedy of the coming Muslim Europe

Dennis Prager: Shame on the news media, too

May 10, 2004

Sidney Zion: Sharon is down, but far from out

Jeff Jacoby: Making the case for parochial school

Jimmy Breslin: No joke, he stole it all

May 7, 2004

Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski: The world is a mirror

Jeff Jacoby: Abandoning Gaza will not end terrorism

May 6, 2004

Roger Severino: Score one for the faithful in the culture wars!

Jonathan Tobin: Why Did They Do It?

May 5, 2004

Joel Mowbray: About that Israel-bashing letter to prez, consider the source

Michelle Malkin: CAIR's war on talk radio

May 4, 2004

Jonathan Mark: Yakov Birnbaum’s Freedom Ride

Rachel Raskin-Zrihen: And the world still remains silent

May 3, 2004

Joel Greenberg: Likud referendum a blow to Sharon, party's stability

Jonathan Tobin: Unilaterally Yours

April 30, 2004

Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski: The Divine is present where He is welcomed

Yossi Klein Halevi: Kabbalah goes Hollywood

Charles Krauthammer: The Real Mideast 'Poison'

April 29, 2004

The Jewish Ethicist: Can I defend myself against workplace blame-shifting?

Mortimer B. Zuckerman: A wall — and a way forward

April 28, 2004

Michael Feldberg: The Making of a Jewish Citizen

Mark Steyn: Why the Palestinians are in such a state

April 27, 2004

Jonathan Mark: Satmar's Sisters of Mercy

Zev Chafets: Columbia U's new friends

April 26, 2004

Mark Steyn: Mideast instability? Bring it on

Jeff Jacoby: America-hatred among the Arabs

Bret Stephens: The meaning of Vanunu

April 23, 2004

Rabbi Nathan Lopes Cardozo: The secrets of ‘Ein Keloh-enu’

Jonathan Tobin: A historic shift

Alan Dershowitz: Back Bush on extra-judicial killings

April 22, 2004

The Jewish Ethicist: Q: Is it ethical to buy from low-wage suppliers?

Melanie Phillips: The hard lessons of terror (BRILLIANT!)

April 21, 2004

Rick Jervis: Your institution doesn't deserve government protection, you're religious!

Michael Graham: THEY HATE ME! THEY REALLY HATE ME!

April 20, 2004

Dennis Prager: People are beautiful, the world stinks

Daniel Pipes: The Palestinians' unmitigated disaster

Cal Thomas: Sharon's big gamble

April 19, 2004

Jeff Jacoby: Faith in the depths of hell

George Will: Mideast Realism: Why the prez backed Sharon

April 16, 2004

Rabbi Y. Y. Rubinstein: Big Worries (MUST READ!)

Jonathan Tobin: The Javits Factor

April 15, 2004

Sidney Zion: Sharon's master move

Hillel Halkin: There was a plan

April 14, 2004

Michael Freund: White House Lessons

Ask Wendy: Bat mitzvah gift bounced — now what?; senior wants to move to new facility in another daughter's town; CFO opens employee's mail

April 9, 2004

Rabbi Nathan Lopes Cardozo: To be a matza

Andrew Silow-Carroll: He's making a list, checking it twice…

April 8, 2004

Rabbi Yonason Goldson: Passover: The freedom to serve

Jonathan S. Tobin: There's no such thing as an intellectual justification for Palestinian murderers

April 5, 2004

Rabbi Harvey Belovski: Multimedia tool of antiquity

Rabbi Avi Shafran: The Karpas conundrum

JPaul Greenberg: The search

Leonard Felder: Meshuganeh relatives are good for you

April 2, 2004

Rabbi Berel Wein: The Hagadah: Story of a People in flux

Rabbi Yaacov Polskin: A truly American Passover

Jacob Berkman: Tastes great, less chametz

April 1, 2004

Jonathan Tobin: Tenth Plague Revisited

Suzanne Fields: Hope and fear in Germany

Michael Arnold Glueck: The Horseradish Chronicles: The Pain of chrain

March 31, 2004

Abe Novick: Morphing of terrorist image

Elliot Gertel: Along Came ‘Toxic Jewish Women’

March 30, 2004

Rabbi Avi Shafran: The magnificence in the mundane

Yaffa Ganz: A matter of life and death

Dennis Prager: What does 'Judeo-Christian' mean?

March 26, 2004

Rabbi Hillel Goldberg: Do thoughts count?

Joel Mowbray: Why are Jews lending legitimacy to dangerous Muslim groups?

Jonah Goldberg: Palestinians' use of kiddy bombers appalling

March 25, 2004

Mark Steyn : We tried appeasement once before

William Neikirk: The Pledge finally gets its day in (High) Court

March 24, 2004

Jonathan Tobin: Yassin's death is justice long overdue target="_blank"

Paul Greenberg: NI-I-CE TERRORIST

Cal Thomas: Living and dying by the sword

March 23, 2004

Wesley Pruden: A sheik departs, very, very quickly

Joel C. Rosenberg: And when Israel actually applies the Bush Doctrine?

March 22, 2004

Rabbi Y. Y. Rubinstein: When political discourse misses the point

Nate Bloom: Grammy Jews

March 19, 2004

Rabbi Hillel Goldberg: Is intimacy holy? For whom?

Jonathan Tobin: No Way Out of War

March 18, 2004

The Jewish Ethicist: Do I need to report an undercharge if it will indict the cashier?

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