Wednesday, September 3, 2014 Elul 8, 5774

It's one thing to talk about making Jewish education a priority, but it's quite another to actually do something about it. While there has been a good deal of lip service paid to this goal in our community in recent years, it must be recognized that attorney Leonard Barrack and his family foundation have now actually done something for the...
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Advocacy Corner
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Asaf Romirowsky
"Israeli Apartheid Weeks" are becoming an accepted norm on many college campuses across the nation, during which a series of events staged by anti-Israel activists are held and the Jewish state is equated with the racist regime of apartheid-era South Africa. Moreover, awareness weeks devoted to Islam are also held in order to "educate" the campus. The problem is that...
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Media Clippings
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In the ongoing saga of how magazines are dealing with the Internet challenge, Time, the 84-year-old stalwart, has weighed in with how it will try to keep readers and attract others away from the Web. According to an article in the March 12 New York Times business section, Time is assuming a new look. What this amounts to, wrote reporter...
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Media Clippings
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Magazines are having to rethink themselves in all sorts of drastic ways due to Internet dominance, but I never thought that would happen to The New Republic, which has been a fixture in my reading life for more than 40 years. But according to two New York Times articles -- one on the arts pages, the other in the business...
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By:
Caroline Glick
Earlier this month, the United States launched what Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice refers to as a "diplomatic initiative." It's aimed at appeasing terror-supporting -- and weapons of mass destruction-proliferating Iran -- and terror-supporting -- and weapons of mass destruction-proliferating Syria. Those who applaud the administration's decision to engage the nuclear-weapons-seeking mullahs in Tehran argue that the administration would be...
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