Thursday, October 23, 2014 Tishri 29, 5775
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Lynne Lechter of Lower Merion likens the Republican Party to the state of Israel. Both entities are morally correct in their stances, contends Lechter, a corporate attorney, but both have allowed their opponents to define them rather than articulating well what they stand for. She hopes that the upcoming Republican National Convention, which begins Aug. 27 in Tampa, Fla., will...
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Ron Kampeas Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Washington In anointing Paul Ryan as his running mate, Mitt Romney attached a name and face to his fiscal policy. Jewish Republicans, including the House majority leader, say they are thrilled with Wisconsin's Ryan emerging as the ticket's fresh face, hailing the lawmaker as a thoughtful and creative budget guru bent on taming out-of-control federal spending. Speaking on background, the...
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The man who is at the center of a controversy for refusing to grant his ex-wife a get , or a Jewish divorce, was allegedly assaulted two weeks ago in Bala Cynwyd after dropping his 4-year-old daughter at her grandmother's house. At least one blogger has hinted that the alleged assailants may have been supporters of the victim's ex-wife, but...
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A public prosecutor in Italy is investigating the sale of wine featuring pictures of Adolf Hit­ler after Wynnewood travelers Matthew and Cindy Hirsch complained to a regional newspaper about the bottles being offensive. Italy made apologizing for fascism a crime in 1952. "At this point, though, it would be opportune to invent the crime of human stupidity," Verona prosecutor Mario...
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Whether you call it destiny, bashert or yuanfen, for Alison Klayman, it all came down to housing. Living, that is, with a Beijing roommate who, in 2008, asked her if she was interested in doing a companion video for a new exhibition opening in the gallery where the roommate worked. The artist: Ai Weiwei, who is today generally considered to...
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