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Opinion

Editorials from the Jewish Exponent, columns, blogs and a forum for kvetching n' kvelling.

Letters, the Week of Aug. 24, 2017

Protest Truck Successfully Stated Case Where, pray tell, did the Exponent witness the shrugs and hear the “ughs” (“Tame Protests Breached Roger Waters’ Concerts In...

Want Diversity and Tolerance? Stop Demonizing Conservatives

By Jonathan S. Tobin Many Americans know that the sickness at the heart of our political culture stems from a spirit of intolerance that has...

Protecting Immigrants at a Time of Persecution

By Nancy K. Kaufman Five years ago, the U.S government began the implementation of President Obama’s 2012 executive order deferring deportation for U.S. residents without...

A Lesson in Morality From the Military

There were clearly counter-protesters in Charlottesville, Va., who came to bang heads, just as there were at least some protesters at the “Unite the...

This Is Our America

The white supremacists who marched in Charlottesville last weekend were at once a pathetic group of notorious hate-mongers, while at the same time, a...

Letters, the Week of Aug. 17, 2017

Margate Makes Page 1? I fail to see how the problem with the dunes in Margate, N.J., rates front-page coverage in a Jewish newspaper (“Dune...

I Did Not March for Hate

By Ann F. Lewis On Jan. 21, I was part of the Women’s March in Washington. I was thrilled to share this historic day...

Blend Jewish Tradition and Current Guidance to Inform Your Parenting

By Maurice J. Elias Being a parent involves asking fundamental questions about how to raise a child into a confident, successful adult. Questions like: ...

Time Traveling Through the Headlines

Marty McFly, the fictional character portrayed by Michael J. Fox in the Back to the Future trilogy, whose first installment pretty much defined 1980s...

Letters, the Week of Aug. 10, 2017

What Shall I Tell My Grandson? On Dec. 20 I am taking my 11-year-old grandson and his parents to Israel. The tickets have been bought...