Thursday, May 26, 2016 Iyyar 18, 5776

By:
Nathan Lewin
Scalia’s admiration for Jews and Jewish learning explains the frequent references in his opinions to the Talmud and other Jewish sources, and the significant number of Orthodox Jewish law clerks he hired.
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Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, an iconic figure of great intelligence and influence, was a leader of conservative jurisprudence throughout his colorful tenure on the court.
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Readers discuss fashion choices, Syrian refugees and the BDS movement.
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By:
Tony Varona
It is hard to fathom that the Task Force, an organization co-founded by a Jew as the first national LGBT rights group, would permit a reception organized by a U.S.-based Jewish LGBT group at its marquee annual conference to be forcibly shut down by 200 protesters.
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By:
Rabbi Isaac Saposnik
Inclusion — whether of people who are LGBT or those of color or those with special needs or those from interfaith families, shouldn’t be something we stand up for — it should be something we live.
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