The Promises of Bernie Sanders

The dissatisfaction voters are expressing during this presidential election year points to a possible seminal moment in our modern political history.Read More

Barry Berman

Berman’s narrative is that of a Jewish man devoted to doing for others who has kept specifically on that road without deviation for all of his adult life.Read More

Honoring Antonin Scalia

Scalia stood out as an intellectual, a great writer, someone who found it natural to be himself.Read More

Journal a Work in Progress

We’ve been working hard to make the Journal more relevant and more dynamic in order to properly serve our core readership.Read More

The deal is on; To what end?

The return of hostages held… is a sign that this nuclear deal included other considerations on the negotiating table.Read More

The Power of the Press

We welcome differences of opinion, amplifications, even denunciations – without regard for the viewpoint of its author.Read More

David Bowie dead at 69

Bowie remained enigmatic to the end, telling very few of his colleagues, acquaintances, or even close friends that he was terminally ill with cancer.Read More


What to do then with 2016 now upon us? Live everyday to its fullest. Love those you care about with passion and verve.Read More

Year of Change and Struggle

Existence is a bit like a great military battle. We cannot know who wins until the battle has been fought.Read More

Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays

To all our non-Jewish readers, advertisers, vendors and their families, we wish the heartiest and truest Merry Christmas to all of you. We thank you for your ecumenism, for your support and for your generosity during the past year.Read More

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