Saturday, October 25, 2014 Heshvan 1, 5775

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Aaron Passman
"The reason the Moral Majority gained traction in the '70s was because religion had no political voice up to that time," said local lecturer Susan Myers, adding that the movement's purpose was "not only to give their people a voice, but to get them to go to the ballot box" to express their religion through politics. Over time, continued Myers,...
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By:
Michelle Mostovy-Eisenberg
When the Pei family, refugees from Myanmar (formerly Burma), arrived at their new residence in South Philadelphia on March 5, they discovered a well-furnished four-room apartment. There were tables, chairs, beds, dressers, a kitchen set and well-stocked cabinets. For Maung Pei and his wife Mi Nge -- who had to flee their homeland nearly two decades ago out of fear...
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By:
Aaron Passman
It's a 60-mile drive round-trip from Yardley to West Chester, and David Kleinman does it every day, regardless of the price of gas. "Fortunately, I have a four-cylinder manual transmission vehicle," said Kleinman, who works as program manager at Kesher Israel Congregation in West Chester. "Unfortunately, it's a turbo engine, so it requires premium gas. I use up a quarter...
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Carin Smilk
Mi rotzeh oogah ?" A rhetorical question, for sure. What 5-year-old would deny an offer of cake, especially one that they'd made themselves? That said, all eight children lined up to wash their hands, say a blessing and dig into the chocolate treat with a thread of vanilla glaze drizzled on top. Snacks like these are provided in preschools everywhere...
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One protracted political battle is over and another one is already fully under way. Less than a week after Hillary Clinton ended her quest for the presidency, both John McCain and Barack Obama made stops in Philadelphia, foreshadowing a heated campaign for Pennsylvania's key electoral votes. During a June 11 appearance at the National Constitution Center, the presumptive Republican nominee...
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