Opinion


The Lesson of Autumn

Things can’t remain the same; the lesson of autumn is that nothing ever does.Read More


Let’s Get Beyond Lip Service to a Two-State Solution

By Alan Elsner

We cannot support a two-state solution and be unwilling to talk about making Palestinian neighborhoods of Jerusalem the capital of the new state of Palestine.Read More


The Values Project

By Noah Hartman

After one year as head of school at Cohen Hillel Academy, the message from our parent population is loud and clear: the primary reason they chose Jewish day school is the values-based education.Read More


Muslims Need to Confront Muslim Evil

By Dennis Prager

Most people wonder what, if anything in addition to a continuing war on terror, can be done to minimize the scourge of Islamic terror.Read More


CJP Deserves a Look

Combined Jewish Philanthropies (CJP) gears up with a full slate of fall offeringsRead More


Dress for Success?

By Rabbi David Wolpe

Ben-Gurion was on his way to the Knesset. His assistant, seeing his disheveled appearance and open collar, said “Mr. Prime Minister, you cannot speak to Knesset without at least wearing a tie.”Read More


The U.S. and Israel: High Tech Partnership

By Jordan Miller

Israel’s contributions to our technologically advanced world is one of the many reasons why the U.S. makes it a point to sustain a strong and mutually beneficial relationship with Israel.Read More


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