Tuesday, December 6, 2016 Kislev 6, 5777
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Joshua Runyan
Looking back at the entirely common experience of growing up with a Jewish mother, I can appreciate the fact that she did it out of love. I wish I could say the same about how the American public has been treating the health prospects of the two leading candidates to become the country’s next leader.
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If the Senate confirms Abid Qureshi, who President Barack Obama nominated last week to the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, the Washington attorney will become the first Muslim appointed to the federal bench.
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By:
Joshua Runyan
If you’re anything like me, you entered last weekend’s official sendoff of summer expecting disaster, in one form or another.
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There’s no doubt that the life of Rabbi Neil Blumofe, senior rabbi of Agudas Achim in Austin, Texas, was badly shaken. And all because he included a visit to Arafat’s grave in Ramallah in a draft itinerary for a congregational trip that would include Christian clergy that the rabbi knew well.
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By:
Joshua Runyan
For myself, I’ve always believed that the best antidote to hate speech is more speech.
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