Friday, May 27, 2016 Iyyar 19, 5776
Pennsylvania's new voter ID law is now in the hands of Pennsylvania's Commonwealth Court, which is where its controversial journey should quickly come to a final resting place. The law requiring a photo identification in order to vote come November has done nothing but spark confusion, dismay and suspicion since it was passed by the state legislature earlier this year...
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Just as we approach the midpoint of summer -- a time that should be filled with joy and contentment -- the Jewish world is once again facing some sobering truths. Eighteen years to the day after a massive bomb destroyed the Jewish community center in Buenos Aires, taking countless innocent lives, terror struck again on July 18, this time in...
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If anyone had any doubt that this was going to be a brutal election season in our community, you only had to be at Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel in Elkins Park on Monday night to see that the gloves are already off. What should have been an opportunity to hear President Barack Obama's top Jewish surrogate make the case for...
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Much of the Jewish community along the Old York Road corridor is up in arms over the proposed merger of Abington Health with Holy Redeemer Health System. They have good reason to be incensed. As our cover story reports this week, both hospitals are being tight-lipped about the reasons for the merger and what the implications will be. The only...
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George Washington would likely be astonished to see his words emblazoned on SEPTA bus panels all around town: "To Bigotry No Sanction." But we should be thankful to the National Museum of American Jewish History, sponsor of the ads, for forcing us to confront our first president's historic mandate, especially as we celebrate our nation's founding this week. The words...
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