Friday, January 30, 2015 Shevat 10, 5775

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Author and radio talk-show host Dennis Prager writes in the Los Angeles Times ( www.latimes . com) on Oct. 9 that a status symbol in Jewish life is now a huge problem for American Jewry: "American Jewry is experiencing a cognitive dissonance the likes of which it has never known. "Education has a religion-like status in both religious and secular...
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Questions about a nominee's beliefs about a Supreme Judge lead to trouble
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One of the oddest things about the recent debates about the qualifications of Supreme Court nominees is the way that some of us have been tiptoeing around a subject that is theoretically off limits. Even though Article VI, Clause 3, of the Constitution of the United States reads that "No religious Test shall ever be required as a qualification to...
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Understanding the Need for a Policy of Defense Thank you for Jonathan Tobin's column about how foolish and dangerous it is to apologize for opposing Islamic fundamentalism (A Matter of Opinion: "Apologies Aren't Necessary," Oct. 6). My one hesitation with his argument has to do with my not wanting my own son to fight. I respect and admire the men...
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Facing Up to Terror President Bush's speech last week on the war on terror has garnered criticism for his insistence that the triumph of democracy in the Middle East remains the theme of American policy. There are plenty of reasons to find fault with Bush's foreign policy, but Bush's commitment to the spread of democracy remains admirable and a good...
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