Monday, September 22, 2014 Elul 27, 5774
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Increasingly gloomy Election Day forecasts have been projected for House GOP members in the upcoming midterm elections. Fully aware of these negative projections, U.S. Rep. Mike Fitzpatrick (R-District 8) has begun working to avoid becoming a casualty of the national disaffection over the handling of the war in Iraq. He's utilized a number of tactics to go after his challenger,...
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Eli Wise likes to tell this story -- well, he does and he doesn't. He likes it because it epitomizes the high-tech world in which we live today, and he doesn't like it, because, well ... A friend of his called and said, "My son had a paper to write and I was able to help him get the information...
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City Controller Alan Butkovitz has been at the helm of a resolution to divest from Sudan, which Philadelphia's pension board passed on Sept. 27. This means that the city will stop using its $4.2 billion retirement chest to invest in companies that do business with the African nation in an effort to assist its struggling populace. Butkovitz, who came to...
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Growing up in rural Argentina, Leo Vinovesky, now 40, dreamed that he would one day become a representative of the State of Israel. "I had two aspirations as a teenager; one is that I would make aliyah, two is that I would represent my new, old country," recalled Vinovesky, who in 1987 emigrated from the Jewish settlement of Rosario, Argentina,...
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Ryan Teitman
When Etz Chaim of Eastern Montgomery County opens in a storefront right near the Elkins Park train station this November, commuters will have an exciting new option in Jewish education: "Torah Express." These 15-minute classes will allow commuters to have a danish and coffee, hear a brief lesson for the day, then catch their train to work. This innovative class...
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