Thursday, April 17, 2014 Nisan 17, 5774
The financial crisis has dominated the news in recent months and for good reason. With banks and the auto industry on the brink of collapse, it's difficult for anyone to think about much else. Politicians are pondering possible bailouts and how best to aid those in need while the country watches, waits and worries. Yet, despite the understandable obsession with...
Comment0
For the past few months, it's been difficult for Americans to focus on anything but the economy. But events in Mumbai, India this past week should serve to remind us that our government has other purposes besides providing financial succor for failing capitalists. It's hardly a coincidence that in a teeming city of many millions, the Mumbai terrorists sought out...
Comment0
The decision by the Democratic caucus of the United States Senate not to remove Sen. Joseph Lieberman (I.-Conn.) from his chairmanship of the Homeland Security Committee was a welcome sign of reconciliation in the aftermath of the election. Only eight years ago, Lieberman was the Democrats' candidate for vice president. But fate had something else in store for him and,...
Comment0
By:
Stu Goldman
Comment0
With its future still being debated in peace negotiations, and a poverty rate that dwarfs those of other Israeli cities, Jerusalem has serious problems that merit the attention of the entire Jewish world. Thus, the election of a man who appears to be focused more on solutions than ideology as mayor of Israel's capital is an event that should give...
Comment0
Advertisement
Advertisement

Sign up for our Newsletter

Advertisement