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Josh Pollack: wonders how America is supposed to handle the sleeping Bear -- with a sharp stick or nail clippers
Thomas Sowell: asserts that claims of a Clinton vindication may be premature
Douglas Davis: tells the bizarre tale of a plot to kill 6 Million ... Germans

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Isn't it time we rewrote the Haggadah?

How can we honestly say "We'd still be slaves to Pharoah?"

By most accounts, the pharaohs no longer exist. And if they were to remain in power today, it's unlikely that in our enlightened era they would be able to keep a people the size of Jewry enslaved. Yet the sages, in their wisdom, laid down that Jews throughout the ages should utter these words.

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Thomas Sowell: asserts that claims of a Clinton vindication may be premature
William Pfaff Great crimes don't require great villians
Cal Thomas: How about helping American cities before African?; : Authority rests on a moral position, and requires consent
Cal Thomas: Revenge of the children
Linda Chavez: Of death and details
Mona Charen: Understanding Arkansas; Jacob Sullum: Just say what?; Chris Powell: Reggie White's spectacular fumble
Thomas Sowell: Disasters -- national and political; Cal Thomas: Moralist Gary Hart; Robert Scheer: A trooper shuts the gate on Jones' case


March, 1998: Purim

February, 1998: The Jews of China

January, 1998: Mideast geopolitics

December, 1997: Chanukah

Over 1.5 million served

In this issue
4/1/98: Rabbi Berel Berkovits ponders the meaning of freedom

Adam Katz-Stone finds new meaning in matzoh --- in the New Mexico desert

Dr. Isaac Breuer reminds us that the Seder night is more than just a Jewish version of the Thanksgiving meal

Abraham Krakowski recalls the Festival of Freedom in Block 20 ... Mauthausen, Germany: 1945

Judy R. Gruen The Real "10 Commandments": the book is even better than the movie

Ted Roberts: Even "Philistines" grow wiser

Marcia H. Kay: Jews still in Egypt

Susan Weintrob: The "Your Belief" Syndrome

Jacob Mermelstein: The Four Sons and their fathers

Uncle Eli: If Dr. Seuss would have written the "Four Questions"

Zeidy Zalman tells the tale of the nine days of Passover

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