Thursday, December 8, 2016 Kislev 8, 5777
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Joshua Runyan
Throwing in the towel is never a good idea in sports, but there’s always been deference shown to the idea that, at some point, it’s better to salvage what’s left and look to a future season.
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While the job of the DNC chair has nothing to do with foreign policy, the debate over who will be responsible for leading the fractured party further into the 21st century is a legitimate one.
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Law enforcement agencies deserve our praise for doing an ever-better job of preventing terror crimes.
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With Sharansky’s recent announcement that he plans to step down when his term ends next June, it is important to begin discussing what the Jewish Agency will be in the post-Sharansky era.
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By:
Joshua Runyan
Those who run synagogues, organizations and schools should all look to this election and wonder if they’ve been listening to their constituents in a way that makes them feel they’re being listened to.
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