Monday, September 22, 2014 Elul 27, 5774
The chasm between mainstream academia and main street America grows -
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The cliché about academic politics is that it is so bitter because the stakes are so meaningless. That old saw remains true as far as the rivalries that afflict the competition for advancement at any college or university. But the impact of America's tenured radicals on our nation's politics is not quite so trivial. Hence the firestorm that rained down...
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Six years ago, riding the quest of the expansion of Jewish day-school enrollment around the country, the Raymond and Ruth Perelman Jewish Day School opened a branch in Bucks county. With the general population of the once pastoral county swelled by those leaving Philadelphia and the inner ring of suburbs, Bucks was growing. Pastures were rapidly being turned into home...
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Rabbi David Forman
The liberal Jewish community finds itself in a bind. The only trouble is that it does not know it. Liberal Jews in America are so wedded to their ideological positions that the sweeping historical events which have recently overtaken the Middle East seem to have had little effect on their mindset. I have been on a lecture tour throughout the...
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For the past six months, Pennsylvania state Treasurer Bob Casey has been sitting on a double-digit lead in his quest to oust Sen. Rick Santorum (R-Pa.) from his Capitol Hill office. But according to the Democrat, he's not taking anything for granted. "It's early, and I've got to continue the hard work I've been doing since March 2005 to win...
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Bragging About 'Steals' Won't Help Folks in Cuba The Jewish Exponent and Cantor Howard Glanz did a disservice to those who travel to Cuba on a regular basis, and struggle to get a license from the government to do so (City & Suburb: "On the Sly, Mission Accomplished: Folks Get Materials Into Cuba," Feb. 23). It was not cute or...
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