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Feb. 2, 2007

Rabbi David Aaron: Love thyself! Secrets to your ultimate and everlasting net worth

Diana West: Denial is an ugly thing. But it's urgent that we confront it

Feb. 1, 2007

Jonathan Tobin: Effort to ban Israel's internal critics pits free speech against crisis of delegitimization

The Kosher Gourmet by Steve Petusevsky: Soup doctor to the rescue with spoonfuls of comfort

Jan. 31, 2007

Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis: Life is a Test: Of relationships and roosters (AUDIO!)

Frida Ghitis: 'Never again!' Yeah, right

Jan. 30, 2007

Jonathan Rosenblum: Free Will and its deniers

Caroline B. Glick: Welcome to Palestine

Jan. 29, 2007

The Jewish Ethicist by Rabbi Dr. Asher Meir: I'm helping an alcoholic support her habit

Yossi Klein Halevi & Michael B. Oren: Why Israelis are afraid — very afraid

Jan. 26, 2007

Rabbi David Aaron: Never Despair! Just Dough It: Finding hope in hopeless times

Caroline B. Glick: Iran's Ahmadinejad is winning

Jan. 25, 2007

Jeff Jacoby: Only GOP is the anti-jihad party?

Libby Lazewnik: Cold cash

Jan. 24, 2007

Gavriel Aryeh Sanders: The Jewish Journey: WMD's in Your Head? (NEW AUDIO SERIES!)

Jonathan Tobin: Condoleezza Rice wasted both time and energy --- and badly dented America's diplomatic credibility

Jan. 23, 2007

Rabbi Shlomo Einhorn: Was Bob Dylan among the most successful popularizers of Jewish philosophy?

Dennis Prager: Can we judge religions?

Jan. 22, 2007

The Jewish Ethicist by Rabbi Dr. Asher Meir: When to do the 'right thing'

Suzanne Fields: But Is It Good for the Jews?

Jan. 19, 2007

Rabbi Berel Wein: Great miracles do not change human behavior and beliefs in any meaningful fashion

Rabbi Avi Shafran: Sabbath chauffeurs

Jan. 18, 2007

Gavriel Aryeh Sanders: The Jewish Journey: Living an A.W.E.some Life! (NEW AUDIO SERIES!)

Jonathan Tobin: Out of Focus on Foxman

Jan. 17, 2007

Today in Jewish History by Rabbi Yonason Goldson: Remembering the first Jewish warrior for tradition in the modern era

The Kosher Gourmet by Steve Petusevsky: Create your own European strudel, easily, right at home

Jan. 16, 2007

Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis: Life is a Test, Episode 2 (AUDIO!)

Michael Matza: Shtetl residents get views off their chests by putting them on the wall

Jan. 15, 2007

The Jewish Ethicist by Rabbi Dr. Asher Meir: Forgiving and forgetting to ourselves

Diana West: Guilt for the ages

Jan. 12, 2007

Rabbi Yitzchok Tzvi Schwarz: Small Deeds.... Eternal Impact

Caroline B. Glick: Of course, Jenin and Baghdad are linked

Jan. 11, 2007

Linda Feinberg: Taxi ride to Eternity?

Zev Chafets: Despite Jewish State's denials, maybe it should bust Iran's bunkers

Jan. 10, 2007

Jonathan Tobin: New book shows U.S. involvement in the Middle East long preceded 'Israel lobby'

Quick Meals for Kosher Gourmets by Linda Gassenheimer: Asian glazed steak and amazingly delicious potatoes

Jan. 9, 2007

Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis: Life is a Test (AUDIO!)

Rabbi Avi Shafran: More than fear itself

Jan. 8, 2007

The Jewish Ethicist by Rabbi Dr. Asher Meir: Decent Working Conditions, Final: Sometimes raising pay is cutting costs

Dan Gordon: Transplanting the Heart of the Matter

Jan. 5, 2007

Rabbi Berel Wein: There are no one-size-fits-all blessings

Caroline B. Glick: The bitter fruits of corruption

Jan. 4, 2007

Abraham Cooper and Yitzchok Adlerstein: Israel's Next Battle: Labor unions

The Kosher Gourmet by Steve Petusevsky: Fondly remembering the deep dish with the bubbling crust

Jan. 3, 2007

Ruchama King Feuerman: The last kindness

Jonathan Tobin: Ancient Lies No Basis for a Policy

Jan. 2, 2007

The Jewish Ethicist: Decent Working Conditions, Part III: Generosity

Caroline B. Glick: With the quiet release of a 33-year-old US State Department cable, a good chunk of the edifice of the longest-running big lie was destroyed

Dec. 29, 2006

Rabbi David Aaron: Don't forget your playful inner child

Caroline B. Glick: Is it now too late to act against Iran?

Dec. 28, 2006

This Week in Jewish History By Rabbi Yonason Goldson: Was the translation of the Torah into Greek a miracle or a catastrophe --- or both?

Jonathan Tobin: The Real Case of Denial

Dec. 27, 2006

Dennis Prager: The culture war is about the authority of a Book

Daniel Pipes: How the West Could Lose

Dec. 26, 2006

The Jewish Ethicist: Decent Working Conditions, Part II: Dignified treatment

Caroline B. Glick: Terrorists returning to Bethlehem and other signs of progress in the stalled peace process

Dec. 22, 2006

Rabbi Berel Wein: The power of self-confidence, faith and belief

Caroline B. Glick: Privatizing the war of ideas

Dec. 21, 2006

Gavriel Aryeh Sanders: Victims and victors of circumstance (AUDIO!)

Rosally Saltsman: This Jew's favorite Christmas movie

Dec. 20, 2006

Rabbi S. Binyomin Ginsberg: What gifts did you get?

Daniel Pipes: Israel's Domestic Enemy

Dec. 19, 2006

Rabbi Hillel Goldberg: Is Chanukah a universal holiday?

Jonathan Rosenblum: Impostors in Chassidic garb

Dec. 18, 2006

Rabbi Lawrence Kelemen: Self-Mastery: The View From Chanukah

The Jewish Ethicist: Q: Do employers have a responsibility to provide workers with decent working conditions?

Suzanne Fields: Iran and the big lie

Dec. 15, 2006

Rabbi David Aaron: The Miracle and Mystery of Jewish History

Caroline B. Glick: Why is the guy who is gunning for a new Holocaust belittling the last one?

Susie Fishbein: Not your bubbie's potato lat

Dec. 14, 2006

Janet I. Tu: Do public menorahs cheapen Hanukkah?

Cal Thomas: A loyalty oath for Muslims?

Dec. 13, 2006

Chosen Words: A newsletter for personal and spiritual growth gleaned from classic biblical and other sources that will help you enhance your day to day life

Quick meals for Kosher gourmets by Linda Gassenheimer: Tomatoes and garlic grace a cutlet

Dec. 12, 2006

Rabbi Avi Shafran: Time for traditionalist Conservative Jews to move on

Mort Zuckerman: The threat from within

Dec. 11, 2006

The Jewish Ethicist by Rabbi Dr. Asher Meir: Stand up for elders' rights

Dan Gordon: Slick Jim Baker's solution: Buy the bastards off!

Dec. 8, 2006

Rabbi David Aaron: Want to have it all?

Caroline B. Glick: Jews, Wake Up!

Dec. 7, 2006

Jonathan Tobin: What's the Matter With Jimmy?

James Lileks: What we really need at the U.N.

Dec. 6, 2006

Rabbi Berel Wein: Turning angels into demons

Mort Zuckerman: The Mullah menace

Dec. 5, 2006

Caroline B. Glick: Olmert's motive for providing the Saudis with an unwarranted propaganda victory in the US and Israel is understandable

Jeff Ballabon: Jimmy Carter: 'I oppose a Palestinian State'

Dec. 4, 2006

The Jewish Ethicist: Taking unfair advantage of the ignorant seller

Dan Gordon: Middle East peace is obtainable in our lifetime

Dec. 1, 2006

Rabbi David Aaron: Are You in Love with Love?

Ned Warwick: These terror busters mix motorcycles and swagger

Nov. 30, 2006

Dick Morris: Baker's sellout plan

Larry Elder: 'Kramer's' apology opens the door for others

Nov. 29, 2006

Joseph Aaron: Run for your lives!

Jordan "Gorf" Gorfinkel's irreverent Jewish Gen-X strip, Everything's Relative

Nov. 28, 2006

Jonathan Rosenblum: By the Way: Spiritually rewarding travel

Michael Goodwin on the world's first terrorist grandmother

Nov. 27, 2006

The Jewish Ethicist: Q: By taking my relative in, am I helping or making the situation worse?

Suzanne Fields: Keeping John Bolton

Nov. 24, 2006

Rabbi David Aaron: How to be in Love

Mona Charen: In praise of discrimination

Charles Krauthammer: 'Inspector Borat' looking for Jew hatred in all the wrong places

Nov. 22, 2006

Uriel Heilman: Q: Orthodox doc in Ethiopia volunteers at Mother Teresa's mission clinic

Jonathan Tobin: Recycled Trash Makes Poor Policy

Nov. 21, 2006

The Jewish Ethicist by Rabbi Dr. Asher Meir: Q: My public relations firm distributes "matte releases" — press releases that are published like a regular news article. Is this ethical?

Caroline B. Glick: After the muses fall silent

Nov. 20, 2006

This week in Jewish history by Rabbi Yonason Goldson: End of the Great Flood

Suzanne Fields: More than Peace in Our Time

Nov. 17, 2006

Rabbi David Aaron: Life is a Test

Caroline B. Glick: Throw the bumblers out!

Nov. 16, 2006

Rabbi Berel Wein: Melodies and prayers: Does it really matter if liturgical music is "authentic"?

Joel Greenberg: Hamas responds to Israel military mistake with missile attack

Nov. 15, 2006

Daniel Pipes: Europe is finished, predicts Mark Steyn

Jonah Goldberg: Racism by any other name

Nov. 14, 2006

Rosally Saltsman: Climbing Maslow's Pyramid

The real Borat?

Nov. 13, 2006

The Jewish Ethicist: Do professionals need to strive for complete objectivity?

Jonathan Tobin: Dirty little secret about Jewish prejudices

Nov. 10, 2006

Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski: Is parental love always unselfish?

Caroline B. Glick: Olmert's ill-timed Washington visit

Nov. 9, 2006

Rabbi Berel Wein: Holy drink

Mort Zuckerman: Waiting for war in Gaza

Nov. 8, 2006

Suzanne Fields: It wasn't Nuremberg, but it wasn't bad

For Kosher gourmets by Ethel G. Hofman: Mushroom exotic

Nov. 7, 2006

Jeff Ballabon: Before you pull that election lever

Stefan Kanfer: Why bring back "Jewface"?

Nov. 6, 2006

The Jewish Ethicist: Q: You wrote that judgment after death helps induce people to act ethically. Isn't that a selfish reason to act properly?

Eric Fingerhut: Orthodox congressional candidates bring Jewish text study techniques to campaigning

Nov. 3, 2006

Rabbi David Aaron: Let your spirit soar: Secrets to sacred self-worth and Divine esteem

Melinda Bargreen: 'The Texicans': Rough characters, rougher challenges

Nov. 2, 2006

Rabbi Berel Wein: Making the mundane holy

Jeff Jacoby: Scenes from the jihad

Nov. 1, 2006

Jonathan Rosenblum: Losing old friends

Linda Gassenheimer: A palette for the autumn palate

Oct. 31, 2006

Chosen Words: A newsletter for personal and spiritual growth gleaned from classic biblical and other sources that will help you enhance your day to day life

Jonathan Tobin: Play about a 'martyr' is potent symbol of rising intellectual tide of Israel delegitimization

Oct. 30, 2006

The Jewish Ethicist: The whole truth — Even in the marketplace?

Suzanne Fields: When Jews is news

Oct. 27, 2006

Rabbi David Aaron: Making Your Happiness Happen

Caroline B. Glick: Bush's efforts in war are being hampered not only by the media, but his own administration

Oct. 26, 2006

Suzanne Fields: Saints, sinners and bigots

Victor Davis Hanson The Dark Ages --- live from the Middle East!

Oct. 25, 2006

Melanie Phillips: Britain is turning on the U.S. --- at its own peril

"Discovered" by Judy Gruen: Dear Divine, From Oprah

Oct. 24, 2006

Ron Grossman: Holocaust survivor wants her paintings removed from Auchwitz

Jordan "Gorf" Gorfinkel's irreverent Jewish Gen-X strip: Everything's Relative

Oct. 23, 2006

The Jewish Ethicist: Judaism and the afterlife: Reincarnation, heaven and hell

Jonathan Rosenblum: Kisses from Condi: Push to undermine AIPAC aids possible U.S. tilt toward Palestinians, not peace

Oct. 20, 2006

Rabbi David Aaron: Just how Divine are you?

Jonathan Rosenblum: A wealthy person is only 'important' because he is a vessel for kindness

Oct. 19, 2006

Rabbi Paysach J. Krohn: Building on a Foundation in Mexico

Julia Gorin: The Trouble with 'Macacawitz': What one word can tell us about the keepers of the PC faith

Oct. 18, 2006

William E. Gibson: In Florida senate race, role of religion in public square becomes key issue

Daniel Pipes: Op-eds now more central in war than bullets

Gavriel Sanders: Judaism -- and Jews -- must become post-denominational

Caroline B. Glick: Practitioners of that 'religion of peace' turn blood-thirsty on Jewish celebratory holy day. Where's the media's outrage?

Oct. 16, 2006

The Jewish Ethicist: The Jewish belief in resurrection of the dead affects how will live in the here and now

Jonathan Tobin: Let the Parties Compete! Taking Israel off the table as an election issue is not in the community's interest

Oct. 13, 2006

Lenore Roberts: Lessons from an ‘almost 6 years-old's’ encounter with Simchas Torah that have lasted a lifetime

Caroline B. Glick: A tiny minority of American Jews is playing a key role in souring ties between Jerusalem and Washington

Oct. 12, 2006

Stewart Ain: SURPRISE! Jewish charity money donated for post-war recovery in Israel going to Arabs

Suzanne Fields: The journalist and the jihadi

Oct. 11, 2006

Rabbi Berel Wein: Guests who are out of this world

Daniel Pipes: Don't You Dare Bring That Booze into My Taxi!

Oct. 10, 2006

Rabbi Nathan Lopes Cardozo: The paradox of Sukkos Or, How to continue our lives: The Feast of Tabernacles' universal message

Caroline B. Glick: History's dangerous repetition

Oct. 9, 2006

Joseph Aaron: Great country, great people

Geeta Sharma Jensen: Famed novelist leaves his suburban turf to inhabit mind of terrorist

Oct. 6, 2006

Rabbi David Aaron: Living in the Circle of Love: Sukkos Secrets

Caroline B. Glick: As the storm of war approaches

Oct. 5, 2006

Rebbetzin Feige Twerski: Appropriate Guilt

Jonathan Tobin: Stalking the elusive Arab 'moderate'

Oct. 4, 2006

Jonathan Rosenblum: Talking nonsense about religion

Daniel Pipes: Can NATO defeat the jihadists?

Oct. 3, 2006

Rabbi Avi Shafran: A 'successful' rally that forgot to invite the One who can actually make a difference

Carolyn Feibel: Hospitals adapt to welcome religious patients

Sept. 29, 2006

Rabbi David Aaron: Getting the Forgiveness You Want

Rabbi Berel Wein: ‘Forgive and forget’?

Sept. 28, 2006

Suzanne Fields: Shofar, so good

Victor Davis Hanson: The new anti-Semitism

Sept. 27, 2006

Joseph Aaron: 362 days a year Jews

Daniel Pipes: Intimidating the West

Sept. 26, 2006

Caroline B. Glick: Bush administration's insistence on confusing friends and foes

Jonathan Tobin: Get Out Your Crystal Ball! Time to take the 5767 Jewish pundit quiz on next year's news

Sept. 25, 2006

Rebbetzin Holly Pavlov: One among many: Can a single individual really make a difference?

Charles Krauthammer: Krauthammer's Law: Everyone is Jewish until proven otherwise

Sept. 22, 2006

Rabbi David Aaron: Spare Change? The Power of Personal Change for a Blessed New Year

Caroline B. Glick: The Pope's message for Jewry

Sept. 21, 2006

Gavriel Sanders: Judaism is NOT a Religion

Jonathan Martin: In Tennessee, testing the limits of liberalism

Sept. 20, 2006

Rabbi Berel Wein: Holy Days: Time for an accounting to the Divine — and man

Jonathan Tobin: Who Should Apologize? Not the Pope

Sept. 19, 2006

Rabbi Akiva Tatz: Dynamic beginnings, Dynamic Lives

Paul Wieder: How to name a Klezmer band: Six New Klezmer CDs

Sept. 18, 2006

Today in Jewish History by Rabbi Yonason Goldson: First Day of Creation

Gary Rosenblatt: Real confession

Sept. 15, 2006

Rabbi David Aaron: Choose Good, Feel Great: Secrets to living your best life

Caroline B. Glick: The Free World's Achilles Heel

Sept. 14, 2006

Sarah Shapiro: Space at the Wall

Jonathan Tobin: Post-9-11 recriminations should lead to focus on action against Iranian nukes

Sept. 13, 2006

Paul Greenberg: A Prophet heard from

Jeff Dunetz: Jew TV: The new Season

Sept. 12, 2006

The Jewish Ethicist: Job Referrals: Ethical guidelines on what to say and what's proper to keep to yourself

Caroline B. Glick: Politically correct perfidy

Sept. 11, 2006

Jonathan Mark: Realm Of The Senses

Ira Rifkin: On 9/11, an ecumenical reality check

Sept. 8, 2006

Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski: Seeing is believing: Faith needs to be more than mere lip-service

Caroline B. Glick: The coronation of Kofi

Sept. 7, 2006

Marcia Gelbart: The Chassidic rabbi who roams halls of power

Victor Davis Hanson: It's fascism --- and it's Islamic

Suzanne Fields: Feeding the crocodile

Sept. 6, 2006

Tony Blankley: Appeasement — it won't work this time, either

Daniel Pipes: Improvising after 9/11

Sept. 5, 2006

The Jewish Ethicist: Q: Is it wrong to get credit for something you didn't do?

Diana West: Will 'Khaled' Centanni and 'Ya'aqob' Wiig, as apostates, be marked for death?

Steve Popper: Mets' Green won't downplay his Jewishness

Sept. 1, 2006

Rabbi Berel Wein: Judaism as social policy

Caroline B. Glick: Setting the conditions for disaster

Charles Krauthammer: Hezbollah's 'victory'

August 31, 2006

Victor Davis Hanson: Why should America commit resources to help reform a dysfunctional Middle East?

Gary A. Warner: Favored playground of Nazi mass executioners wants to be in vogue again

August 30, 2006

Dan Gordon: How Israel won on the battlefield against Hezballah and lost in the media and why it's important to America

Michelle Malkin: No more ambulances for terror

August 29, 2006

Dennis Prager: Just a reminder about who and why we are fighting

Caroline B. Glick: Terrorist theater tricks

Wesley Pruden: A little rubble can be very persuasive

August 28, 2006

The Jewish Ethicist: Ethics and sportsmanship

Diana West: What President Bush should say to us, Part II

Jonathan Tobin: Something Less Than Victory

August 25, 2006

Rabbi David Aaron: Your Only Choice is Choice

This Day in Jewish history By Rabbi Yonason Goldson: Reprise at Sinai

Caroline B. Glick: The necessary accounting

August 24, 2006

Victor Davis Hanson: Relearning lessons in the War on Terror

Max Boot: Israel Should Hit Syria First: A preemptive-war policy keeps the enemy from fighting on its own terms

Jeff Jacoby: What Israeli security could teach us

August 23, 2006

Rebbetzin Feige Twerski: Mom admits to causing dysfunctional cycle to continue

Michael Graham: The tragedy continues

August 22, 2006

Frank J. Gaffney, Jr.: War on the home front

Thomas Sowell: Point of no return?

Martin Peretz: Bully Pulpit: John Bolton slays them in Turtle Bay

August 21, 2006

The Jewish Ethicist: Q: Do I need permission to forward an email?

Diana West: What President Bush should say to us, Part I

Suzanne Fields: The hypocrite's halo

August 18, 2006

Rabbi David Aaron: Who, Me? Insecure? The Secret to Inner Peace

Caroline B. Glick: Reports say that in Israel things are back to normal — NOW DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT!

Jonah Goldberg: The swastika and the scimitar

Charles Krauthammer: A moment to be seized in Lebanon

August 17, 2006

Yaffa Ganz: War-time reflections

Max Boot: Now the Israeli Squabbling Starts: Internal debate on the failure to crush Hezbollah ultimately will strengthen the nation

Cal Thomas: The convert

Paul Greenberg: Jewish columnist: Founding of Israel was mistake

August 16, 2006

Yossi Klein Halevi: Broken hearted, Israel awaits final reckoning: Jewish State's disasters --- self-inflicted and otherwise

Michelle Malkin: Fauxtography: The media scandal continues

Norman Lebrecht: A subtext for deepening confusions: Steve Reich at 70

August 15, 2006

Frank J. Gaffney, Jr.: Mixed Signals

Cal Thomas: Not over over there

Thomas Sowell: Will cease-fires never cease?

August 14, 2006

The Jewish Ethicist: Q: Must a supplier honor a discount offered by a rogue sales representative?

Caroline B. Glick: An unmitigated disaster

Mark Steyn: Pan-Islamism challenges idea of nation state

August 11, 2006

Rabbi David Aaron: Love is my Religion

Caroline B. Glick: Why jihad is picking up steam now and fanatical Muslims are on the march

August 10, 2006

Jonathan Kay: How Israel fights

Victor Davis Hanson: Worry about the West --- not Israel

Abe Novick: The dybbuk wears knock-offs

August 9, 2006

Rabbi Yonason Goldson: Tu B'Av: Repentance and the foundations of love

Jonah Goldberg: Will Israel suffer Poland's fate?

Michelle Malkin: The Reuterization of war journalism

August 8, 2006

Rebbetzin Feige Twerski: Coping With What's Eating You

Caroline B. Glick: Talkin' about a revolution

Jonathan Tobin: The American Dog Didn't Bark: Bush critics need to acknowledge unparalleled support for Israel

August 7, 2006

The Jewish Ethicist: Q: Should I boycott my daughter's fashion show?

Mark Steyn: Advocates of 'proportion' are just unbalanced

Jeff Jacoby: When anti-Semitism is a big story --- and when it isn't

Diana West: Stop with the PC: Hezbollah's a terrorist group

August 4, 2006

Rabbi David Aaron: Feeling Totally Alive

Caroline B. Glick: Amateur hour is over

Charles Krauthammer: Could a Hezbollah win destroy the US-Israel relationship?

August 3, 2006

Grand Rabbi Levi Yitzchok Horowitz: When and how to mourn

Max Boot: Messed Up Are the Peacemakers

Victor Davis Hanson: It's not just about land

August 2, 2006

Michelle Malkin: The Theater of Jihad

Kathleen Parker: Hezbollah's twilight zone

Rabbi Yitzchok Adlerstein: Gibson's toughest role

August 1, 2006

Frank J. Gaffney, Jr.: One war

Wesley Pruden: Sometimes survival gets a bit noisy

Dennis Prager: 'World Opinion' is Worthless

July 31, 2006

The Jewish Ethicist: Q: Should you respond to all those annoying email pop-up requests?

Suzanne Fields: Bearing the burden

Jeff Jacoby: Hezbollah is our enemy, too

July 28, 2006

Rabbi David Aaron: We Are Never Alone: Walking and talking with the Divine

Charles Krauthammer: Life in an Orwellian universe

Gene Weingarten: Ain't That a Shame? This would-be rocker has an uncool name

July 27, 2006

Rabbi Berel Wein: Refusing to be comforted

Jonathan Tobin: Who Really Teaches Hatred?

July 26, 2006

Rabbi S. Binyomin Ginsberg: A time to teach kids moral absolutes

Michael Ledeen: Will we ever learn?

Alan M. Dershowitz: How the UN legitimizes terrorists

Andy Borowitz: Angelina Jolie, Bono sign Mideast peace accord: Israel, Hezbollah not consulted

July 25, 2006

Caroline B. Glick: Seeing the war in its true colors

Thomas Sowell: Then and now

Paul Greenberg: E-mails between Katyushas

Dennis Prager: Israel's war separates the decent Left from the indecent Left

July 24, 2006

The Jewish Ethicist: Q: Do I have to reimburse someone who tried to do me a favor?

Mark Steyn: Failure to solve 'Palestinian' question empowers Iran

Suzanne Fields: Appeasing contempt of the Jews

Diana West: Loyalty test: Time to declare war on the enemy

July 21, 2006

Linda Feinberg: Is it time yet?

Caroline B. Glick: An acceptable ceasefire

Paul Greenberg: Beach scene with murderers

July 20, 2006

Jonathan Tobin: Drawing Lines in the Sand

Alan M. Dershowitz: Arithmetic of Pain

Max Boot: Let Israel Take Off the Gloves

July 19, 2006

Charles Krauthammer: Lebanon: The Only Exit Strategy

Daniel Pipes: Israel's Unnecessary War

Michelle Malkin: Hezbollah is already here

July 18, 2006

Dennis Prager: The Middle East conflict is hard to solve but easy to explain

Caroline B. Glick: How I spent my summer vacation

Cal Thomas: Understanding the temper of the times

July 17, 2006

The Jewish Ethicist: Seeking credit card debt settlement

Mark Steyn: 'Great Men' have grating effect on Mideast

Diana West: America, land of the free and stomping ground of the Muslim terrorists

July 14, 2006

Rabbi David Aaron: Finding Love and Peace in Our Battle against evil

Charles Krauthammer: Why They Fight

July 13, 2006

Rabbi Yonason Goldson: Today in Jewish History: Sin of the Golden Calf: Understanding the how and why and resulting Divine punishment

Yossi Klein Halevi: Battle Plans: Israel's next war has begun

July 12, 2006

Youssef M. Ibrahim: To my Arab brothers: The War with Israel Is Over — and they won. Now let's finally move forward

Marnie Winston-Macauley: DidJew Know?

July 11, 2006

Jonathan Tobin: The Real Religion of 'Peace'

Bill Radford: Caped crusaders bust heads, talk to the Divine

July 10, 2006

The Jewish Ethicist: Can I threaten to spread the word about someone who cheated me?

Diana West: We musn't rile the terror-mongers

July 7, 2006

Rabbi Nathan Lopes Cardozo: Oh, that I may believe!

Caroline B. Glick: How Olmert justifies failure

July 6, 2006

Victor Davis Hanson: The Israel enigma

Judy Peres: MRIs -- instead of mammograms -- urged for some women

July 5, 2006

The Jewish Ethicist: Q: How can the terminally ill tap into their life insurance?

Daniel Pipes: The Vatican Confronts Islam

July 3, 2006

Michael Feldberg: Mordecai Sheftall and the Wages of War

Jeff Jacoby: Has Israel lost the Spirit of '76?

Diana West: Saving Private Shalit

June 30, 2006

Rabbi David Aaron: Awe + Law = Love

Caroline B. Glick: Olmert still refuses to get it

June 29, 2006

Today in Jewish History by Rabbi Yonason Goldson: The day the sun stood still

Yossi Klein Halevi: Taken hostage: Why Israel's attack on Gaza isn't enough

June 28, 2006

Rabbi Avi Shafran: Choosing to be chosen

Daniel Pipes: How Muslims think

June 27, 2006

Caroline B. Glick: Israel's rude awakening

Richard Z. Chesnoff: Take 26 Nobel laureates, add hope, stir gently...

June 26, 2006

Michael Ledeen: Mosque Matters: Maybe wed tackle the tough issues if we got that were at war

Jeff Jacoby: Life in an Islamist US

June 23, 2006

Rabbi David Aaron: The Secret to a Life without Strife

Caroline B. Glick: Why it is difficult to know who is emerging as the winner of the latest nuclear confrontation

June 22, 2006

Rabbi Berel Wein: Spiritual 7

Jonathan Tobin: Photos Really Do Lie

June 21, 2006

Rabbi Avi Shafran: AS A JEW

Daniel Pipes: What Jewish ties to the Holy City?

June 20, 2006

Christine Spolar: At suicide bomber recruitment rally in Iran, young are just dying to have a blast in Israel

Ethel G. Hofman: Mykonos — Aegean island cooking

June 19, 2006

The Jewish Ethicist: Is there value in an unhappy marriage?

Caroline B. Glick: Olmert's retreat from Jerusalem completely ignores security, municipal and demographic concerns of Holy City's Jews, Christians

Diana West: Dwelling on the tactic, never defining the enemy

June 16, 2006

Rabbi David Aaron: What's so Promising about the Promised Land?

Mona Charen: The untold story of Gaza (and Haditha?)

Charles Krauthammer: The Palestinian disease: Who Is to Blame for Grief on a Beach?

June 15, 2006

This Week in Jewish History By Rabbi Yonason Goldson: Nemirov massacres and the Chmielnicki uprising

Joel Greenberg: In Gaza, literally picking terrorism over gold

June 14, 2006

Rabbi Berel Wein: Marriage is more than a living arrangement rewarded with financial privileges

Daniel Pipes: Terrorist profiling success stories

June 13, 2006

Caroline B. Glick: Facing down our defeatist leaders

Anne Bayefsky: U.N. continues to accredit proxies spreading anti-Semitism, hate, and encouraging terrorism

June 12, 2006

The Jewish Ethicist: Q: Lately many business corporations have tried to define their mission in relation to the Divine's will. Does Judaism support this trend?

Diana West: Forget false democracy, stop real terrorism

June 9, 2006

Rabbi David Aaron: Getting the Divine View on You: How to make worlds of a difference

Norman Lebrecht: How I dread the sound of silence

June 8, 2006

Jeff Jacoby: Demagogues and the marriage debate

Jonathan Tobin: I DON'T CARE ABOUT THE WORLD CUP!

June 7, 2006

Michael Matza: With his political future hanging in the balance, Abbas extends deadline for Hamas to accept Israel

Daniel Pipes: The Power of Muslim Zionism In this issue

June 6, 2006

The Jewish Ethicist: Q: Does an expert witness have to be impartial?

Caroline B. Glick: The path to our destruction

June 5, 2006

Jeff Jacoby: The Divine's 'silence' --- and the Pope's

Walid Phares: From London to Toronto: Dismantling terror cells, dodging their ideology

June 1, 2006

Rabbi David Aaron: Why On Earth Are We Here? Discovering our divine purpose

Jonathan Tobin: Despite applause for Olmert, he can't count on unconditional American support

May 31, 2006

Rabbi Berel Wein: The (purposely) forgotten holiday

Everything's Relative, Jordan "Gorf" Gorfinkel's irreverent Jewish Gen-X strip

May 30, 2006

The Jewish Ethicist: Q: Should I give recognition to a modest man who did a great deed?

Caroline B. Glick: Abbas' newest big lie: The truth behind his latest 'peace' plan

Dennis Prager: Separate anti-Zionism from anti-Semitism?

May 26, 2006

Rabbi David Aaron: Stand Up and Be Counted: How to let your self be loved

Dion Nissenbaum: Abbas threatens Hamas with measure implicitly recognizing Israel

May 25, 2006

This Week in Jewish History by Rabbi Yonason Goldson: Independent Judea under Shimon HaMaccabee

Jeff Jacoby: Some of Israel's most ardent supporters have had enough

May 24, 2006

Mark Silva: Bush tentatively backs plan for Israel surrendering West Bank areas

Libby Lazewnik: Two Girls

May 23, 2006

Frank J. Gaffney, Jr.: Olmert's folly

Norman Lebrecht on Matisyahu

May 22, 2006

The Jewish Ethicist: In representing my firm, can I tell a white lie?

Caroline B. Glick: The newest 'Palestinian' crisis

May 19, 2006

Rabbi David Aaron: Bonding or Bondage: Why Serve the Divine?

Jonathan Tobin: The Conflict in a Nutshell

May 18, 2006

Suzanne Fields: More than merely a word

Jeff Jacoby: Muslim reformer facing lawsuit --- from co-religionists

May 17, 2006

The Jewish Ethicist: Defrauding insurance to save a life

Brent Budowsky: Great Expectations: Faith, Hope and the Battle of Ideas

May 16, 2006

Rabbi Berel Wein: Giving a Lag B'Omer hero his due

Dennis Prager: Jews who aid those who hate Jews (and America)

May 15, 2006

Rabbi Yonason Goldson: This week in Jewish history --- The Great Revolt begins

Diana West: No 'mas: When are we getting tough with the PA?

May 12, 2006

Rabbi David Aaron: Marrying the Moment: The Joy of Living Now

Caroline B. Glick: America embraces the Hamas fantasy

May 11, 2006

James Lileks: Time to leak the I-RANT

Marnie Winston-Macauley: DidJew Know?

May 10, 2006

Jonathan Rosenblum: My parents deserve how I — and my children — turned out

Jonathan Gurwitz: A Middle East irony

May 9, 2006

Frank J. Gaffney, Jr.: From Londonistan to Palestan

Dennis Prager: The war we are fighting needs a more accurate name

Everything's Relative: Jordan "Gorf" Gorfinkel's irreverent Jewish Gen-X strip gets serious

May 8, 2006

The Jewish Ethicist: Q: Can top level management unilaterally give away money to corporate dollars to charity?

Caroline B. Glick: When Mr. Olmert goes to Washington

Meghan Daum: Man of our dreams

May 5, 2006

Rabbi David Aaron: The creation of so much evil was no mistake

Charles Krauthammer: Never Again?

May 4, 2006

Rabbi Yonason Goldson: This Week in Jewish History --- Dedication of new walls of Jerusalem

Paul Wolff: The Candle That Was Afraid of the Dark

May 3, 2006

Richard Z. Chesnoff: The Muslim world's new martyrs

Norman Lebrecht: Life and death without the hocus-pocus

May 2, 2006

Brent Budowsky: Rallying Against Genocide: The worst of days, the best of days

Jonathan Tobin: The Limits of Sympathy

May 1, 2006

The Jewish Ethicist: Q: You have written that those close to us have precedence in charity, and that a loan is often the best form of charity. Should I try to help a needy family member by giving a loan?

Jeff Jacoby: Totalitarian chic

April 28, 2006

Rabbi David Aaron: A Dangerously Divine Love

Caroline B. Glick: It's no longer credible to claim war being waged against Israel was unique and distinct from the global jihad

April 27, 2006

Joseph Aaron: When did the whole world become Jewish?

Connie Ogle: Engaging, articulate teen copes with family matters in Elinor Lipman's beguiling novel

April 26, 2006

Julia Gorin: In Birmingham, the benevolent face of jihad

James Lileks: Please understand: They aren't civilized, and dialogue won't cut it

April 25, 2006

Dennis Prager: Why are so many Jews liberal?

Jonathan Tobin: Shutting Up Won't Quiet Critics

April 24, 2006

The Jewish Ethicist: Q: New technology enables employers to keep tabs on workers' every action. How much surveillance is ethical?

John H. Fund: Yale is set to ditch Taliban Man and may hire a notorious anti-Israel professor

April 21, 2006

Rabbi Berel Wein: A guest for awhile sees for a mile

Diana West: Speak no evil: The new EU lexicon on terrorism

April 18, 2006

Chosen Words: A newsletter for personal and spiritual growth gleaned from classic biblical and other sources

Sarah Shapiro: One spring night

April 17, 2006

Rabbi David Aaron: Wonder Bread

Caroline B. Glick: The fateful hour has arrived

April 12, 2006

Jonathan Tobin: Choose your metaphor carefully: Don't let non-Exodus theme Seders overshadow the original story

Tom Gross: Football killing fields?

April 11, 2006

Rabbi Nathan Lopes Cardozo: Plato and the unwritten Haggada

Caroline B. Glick: The Jordanian option

April 10, 2006

Rabbi Harvey Belovski: Fast-food at the Seder?

Bill Daley: Hidden roots

April 7, 2006

Rabbi David Aaron: Holy Smokes

Caroline B. Glick: The rise of the Islamist Axis

April 6, 2006

Paul Greenberg: The things people say

Ethel G. Hofman: Passover Cuisine — a glorious Ashkenazi and Sephardic blend

April 5, 2006

Rabbi Berel Wein: Judaism has never been scared of democracy

Daniel Pipes: How Israel can win

April 4, 2006

Caroline B. Glick: 'Let's ignore Hamas'

Jonathan Tobin: The paranoid style of politics

April 3, 2006

The Jewish Ethicist: Q: Should I turn in a colleague for inappropriate acts?

Jeff Jacoby: Letter to a mentsh-in-training

March 31, 2006

Rabbi David Aaron: Finding your inner fire and burning desire

Caroline B. Glick: The father of post-modern Zionism

March 30, 2006

Jeff Jacoby: A nation like ours

Suzanne Fields: Seig humor

March 29, 2006

Rabbi Berel Wein: As joy becomes freedom

Jonathan Tobin: If you build it, will they come?

March 28, 2006

Daniel Pipes: Israel avoids victory

Frank J. Gaffney, Jr.: The disengagement delusion

March 27, 2006

The Jewish Ethicist:Q: Since our resources are limited, we can't help everyone in the world. Who do we help first?

Jeff Jacoby: America takes side of Israel

March 24, 2006

Rabbi David Aaron: You can have Heaven on Earth

Caroline B. Glick: The Jewish threat

March 23, 2006

Jonathan Rosenblum: Truth seekers and partisans

Ruth R. Wisse: Harvard attack on 'Israel lobby' is actually a targeting of American public

March 22, 2006

Kathleen Parker: Deleting dad

Abigail R. Esman: USArabia?

March 21, 2006

Daniel Pipes: White House nonchalance

Ethel G. Hofman: Roman Jewish cuisine

March 20, 2006

The Jewish Ethicist: Q: My company is facing a patent infringement suit from a company that doesn't even work in our industry. All they do is buy patents and then sue alleged infringers. Is this fair?

John H. Fund: The campus that ran off a Nazi propagandist today welcomes one from the Taliban

March 17, 2006

Rabbi David Aaron: Got cow?

Caroline B. Glick: Public policy malpractice

March 16, 2006

Michael Feldberg: Haym Salomon: The rest of the story

Libby Lazewnik: Willard the Two Faced

March 15, 2006

Rabbi Berel Wein: Post-Purim hangover

Jonathan Tobin: Halting aid to the P.A. means nothing if funds shift to the 'humanitarian' front

March 14, 2006

Rabbi Nosson Scherman: Purim as the Divine's jigsaw puzzle

Daniel Pipes: Sudden Jihad Syndrome

Nachum Segal's Purim music special

March 13, 2006

Yaffa Ganz: Purim: The eternal connection

Diana West: NYT imam series not even Journalism 101

Everything's Relative: The Startling True Story of Purim 2006/5766

March 10, 2006

Rabbi David Aaron: The owners' manual to the incredible you

Rabbi Berel Wein: The power of remembering

March 9, 2006

Rabbi Harvey Belovski: How portable is your faith?

Jonathan Tobin: Profile the boycotters!

March 8, 2006

Tony Blankley: Media won't report radical Islamic events

Norman Lebrecht: The Shame of La Belle France

March 7, 2006

Michael Feldberg: Francis Salvador: Martyr of the American Revolution

Natan Sharansky: Does democracy end tyranny?

March 6, 2006

The Jewish Ethicist: Q: How many hours of work is too many?

Caroline B. Glick: Netanyahu's strategy for winning? Empowering voters

Marc Gellman: Symbols of our times

March 3, 2006

Rabbi David Aaron: The Simple Art of Ecstasy

Jonathan Tobin: Should we just give Hamas a chance?

March 2, 2006

Jeff Jacoby: 'Freedom for the thought we hate'

Cal Thomas: And the losers are ... the Jews

March 1, 2006

Rabbi Berel Wein: For shame

James Kuhnhenn: Role of economic boycott of Israel makes it to Senate ports hearings

Gail Shister: Geraldo considered a Knesset run

Feb. 28, 2006

Michael Freund: OOPS! Controversial Dubai firm enforces Arab boycott of Israel

Tom Gross: The barbarians of Europe

Dennis Prager: 'Blame the victim' acceptable when perpetuated by Islamics

Feb. 27, 2006

The Jewish Ethicist: Q: Can I promote my product by having it unobtrusively written into a story?

Caroline B. Glick: From 1933-1945, the enemy was Nazi Germany. Today, it's political Islam

Mark Steyn: Needing to wake up, West just closes its eyes

Feb. 24, 2006

Rabbi David Aaron: The Divine wants you to be happy

Jordan "Gorf" Gorfinkel's Jewish Gen-X strip crosses ages, cultures and faiths: Everything's Relative

Feb. 23, 2006

Sidney Zion: The question nobody is asking about the future of Hamas-istan

James Lileks: Journalists are brave, unless the subject is Islam

Feb. 22, 2006

Jonathan Tobin: Reform Congress, Not Lobbyists

Tony Blankley: All praise Prof. Alan Dershowitz

Feb. 21, 2006

The Jewish Ethicist: I'm an invalid and don't want to be a burden to others

Caroline B. Glick: Who is pushing for support of Hamas!?

Feb. 20, 2006

Herb Geduld: Remembering Isachar Zacharie

Suzanne Fields: Fighting the 'Other War'

Feb. 17, 2006

Rabbi David Aaron: Ready to HotSync Your Soul?

Rabbi David Fohrman: Why in heaven do we look forward to Heaven?

Jonathan Tobin: Who gets left behind? Church-state purists are facing a conundrum

Feb. 16, 2006

Victor Davis Hanson: Appeasement 101

Nate Bloom: The Tribe goes to Torino: Sketches of Jewish Olympic-Bound Athletes

Feb. 15, 2006

The Jewish Ethicist: Guidelines for conducting a just war

Libby Lazewnik: A Promise fulfilled

Feb. 14, 2006

Mary Jo Layton: Love v. Science? Worldwide program aims to eradicate Jewish birth defect

Tom Hundley: A visit to a refuge from ‘love’

Jackie Mason and Raoul Felder: The ironies of the cartoon jihad

Feb. 13, 2006

Yaffa Ganz: Fruity days in the Holy Land

Diana West: Submission is all in your dhimmitude

Feb. 10, 2006

Rabbi David Aaron: Living an extraordinary ordinary life

Rabbi David Fohrman: Is work really worth it?

Charles Krauthammer: Curse of the Muslim moderates

Feb. 9, 2006

Jonathan Tobin: Do ties to terror really matter?

Suzanne Fields: A 'radical' who wasn't completely wrong

Michael Graham: PRINT FREE OR DIE

Feb. 8, 2006

Rabbi Avi Shafran: We're not alone

Jonathan Kay: Cartoon jihad is not about hate censorship but the idiosyncratic dogma of one particular faith

Kathleen Parker: The end of civilization was a joke

Feb. 7, 2006

Tom Gross: Piggish Islamics now screaming offensive toons 'not halal'

Dennis Prager: First they came for Israel, then they came for America . . .

Wesley Pruden: Western wimps missing chance to teach important lesson

Feb. 6, 2006

The Jewish Ethicist: All's fair in war?

Diana West: Mr. Mohammed goes to ?

Jeff Jacoby: Today censors may be coming for some Mohammed cartoons; tomorrow it is your words and ideas they will silence

Feb. 3, 2006

Rabbi David Aaron: To serve with joy

Rabbi David Fohrman: Big Creator, little Creator

Charles Krauthammer: The essential first lesson of any newborn democracy is that national choices have national consequences

Feb. 2, 2006

Max Boot: The weakness in backing strongmen

Victor Davis Hanson: With Hamas win we should express relief rather than anxiety

Feb. 1, 2006

Mordechai Mishory: Partnership in parenting

Jonah Goldberg: Islamism's willing executioners

Jan. 31, 2006

William E. Gibson: National 'Jewish Heritage Month' appears closer to reality

Cal Thomas: Terrorists win: Why the surprise?

Dennis Prager: Hamas landslide reveals more about left than about 'Palestinians'

Jan. 30, 2006

The Jewish Ethicist: Girth vs. worth

Jeff Jacoby: The Hamas victory is good news

Walid Phares: Questions Hamas may not be able to answer

Jan. 27, 2006

Rabbi David Aaron: What's in a Divine Name? Secrets to a Religion of Love

Rabbi David Fohrman: Why would the All-Powerful need to rest?

Caroline B. Glick: The anatomy of Hamas' victory

Jan. 26, 2006

Joel Greenberg: In 'Palestine', democracy in action gives majority vote to terrorist group

Richard Z. Chesnoff: Arafat's chickens have come home to roost

Suzanne Fields: Shaping the memory of evil

Jan. 25, 2006

Dion Nissenbaum: Olmert: Israel will continue to give land-for-no-peace

Caroline B. Glick: 'Demographic time bomb', Olmert's greatest fear, is proven a dud --- but his continuing to seek instant solutions will guarantee terror

Tony Blankley: Why fear Iranian nukes?

Jan. 24, 2006

Rabbi Avi Shafran: Suicide watch

Daniel Pipes: Al-Qaeda's American brigade

Jan. 20, 2006

Rabbi David Aaron: Healthy souls are lovesick

Rabbi David Fohrman: Joe on the Plane and the Meaning of Sabbath

Mona Charen: Will Israel solve our problem?

Jan. 19, 2006

Victor Davis Hanson: The not-so-mad mind of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad

Yaffa Ganz: The four-hour bris

Jan. 18, 2006

The Jewish Ethicist: Being overweight in a world full of hunger

Bill Radford: Comics legend still 'Rock'-ing

Jan. 17, 2006

Cal Thomas: Infiltration by the book

Niall Ferguson: Tomorrow's world war today

Jan. 16, 2006

Rabbi Avi Shafran: Healing an injured phrase

Jonathan Tobin: Keep your expectations low

Jan. 13, 2006

Rabbi David Aaron: Is there life before death?

Caroline B. Glick: Hard truth is no match for psychological yearning

Steven G. Vegh: Robertson apologizes to Sharon's family for stroke comment

Jan. 12, 2006

Philip Hersh: America needs Cohen!

Steven G. Vegh: $48 million Galilean Christian tourism center moving forward --- but without Robertson

Jan. 11, 2006

The Jewish Ethicist: Penalized for working swiftly

Caroline B. Glick: Claim that Sharon redefined center of Israeli politics is myth

Tom Gross: ‘Respected’ press still vilifying Sharon

Jan. 10, 2006

Rabbi Avi Shafran: The trapped miners and us

Frank J. Gaffney Jr.: Sharon's place in history

Cal Thomas: Lessons learned (and not learned) from the French riots

Jan. 9, 2006

Jeff Jacoby: Bringing faith into contempt

Marnie Winston-Macauley: DidJew Know?

Jan. 6, 2006

Rabbi David Aaron: Just how free are we? The fate of choice

Caroline B. Glick: Sharon's situation, while sorrowful, is but one critical challenge facing Israel

Jan. 5, 2006

Martin Peretz: 'Peace' after Sharon

Paul H.B. Shin: Coffee to replace chicken soup as miracle cure?

Jan. 4, 2006

Rachel Raskin-Zrihen: We're wrong to 'impose' Western values on Muslim societies?

Jon Kalish: Most dangerous Jew in New York?

Jan. 3, 2006

The Jewish Ethicist: When is it a bluff?

Daniel Pipes: Two Germans vs. Islamism

Dec. 30, 2005

Rabbi David Aaron: Funny. You Don't Look Religious

Diana West: 2006 is shaping up to be the 'Year of Speaking Dangerously'

Dec. 29, 2005

Rabbi David Aaron: Chanukah: What's Love Got To Do With It?

Everything's Relative: This holiday season Jordan "Gorf" Gorfinkel offers cynicism on wry

Dec. 28, 2005

Rabbi Nathan Lopes Cardozo: Chanukah: Answering the Divine's call --- How a believer should view historical events, trends

Young Chang: So what is the correct way of spelling the Hebrew name of the 'Festival of Lights' in English?

Dec. 27, 2005

Rabbi Yonason Goldson: Rediscovering Chanukah

Chanukah music special: Listen while you surf! Jewish superstars, "bubble gum bands," and other genres --- in English, Hebrew, Yiddish and Ladino. And, of course, satire.

DJ-ed by New York radio personality Nachum Segal. Three hours

Dec. 26, 2005

Rabbi Fishel Shachter: The Light of Chanukah (AUDIO PRESENTATION!)

Tom Gross: Yasser Abbas

Dec. 23, 2005

Rabbi David Aaron: Why is life so difficult?

Caroline B. Glick: Sharon's party is not un-stoppable

Dec. 22, 2005

Tomer Lev: Focus on the family --- in the kitchen

Jonathan Tobin: Spielberg's not so subtle commentary about our post 9-11 world is the ultimate obscenity

Dec. 21, 2005

Mark Steyn: Australian practitioners of that 'religion of peace' latest to behave badly

Elliot B. Gertel: When saying 'happy holidays' is the least of the problems

Dec. 20, 2005

Dennis Prager: Am I an 'Uncle Jake'?

Daniel Pipes: Haven't you heard? The world is now a very safe place

Dec. 19, 2005

The Jewish Ethicist: The ethics of shopping around

Diana West: Saudi moneybags has become Crimson sugar daddy, Hoya honey pot and Fox News policy maker

Michael Matza: Sharon suffers mild stroke; episode raises doubts about new party

Dec. 16, 2005

Rabbi David Aaron: How to internalize the Eternal: A Practical Guide to Divinity

Caroline B. Glick: At U.N., Israeli diplomats mistaking spit for raindrops

Charles Krauthammer: In Iran, Arming for Armageddon

Dec. 15, 2005

Gary Rosenblatt: This year's Jewish buzzwords

Everything's Relative: Jordan "Gorf" Gorfinkel gets serious --- sorta

Dec. 14, 2005

Russell Working: Military buys special meals for Jewish, Muslim troops

Libby Lazewnik: Making his rounds (short story)

Dec. 13, 2005

Daniel Pipes: Politely eliminating Israel

Marnie Winston-Macauley: DidJew Know?

Dec. 12, 2005

The Jewish Ethicist: My paycheck is late!

Leon Wieseltier: The case against Munich

Dec. 9, 2005

Rabbi David Aaron: Your Place or Mine? Living in the Arms of Love

Rabbi Nathan Lopes Cardozo: The death of wonder?

Dec. 8, 2005

Adam Dickter: Finding Uncommon Ground

Ethel G. Hofman: Castles, shortbread and whisky

Dec. 7, 2005

Michael Feldberg: How Hebrew came to Yale

Jonathan Tobin: How to Stop Academic Bias? Cut Off Their Funding!

Dec. 6, 2005

Daniel Pipes: Time to begin watching Islamic converts to see which are radicalized

Frank J. Gaffney, Jr.: Advice for Rice

Dec. 5, 2005

The Jewish Ethicist: Should schools cater to an elite?

Diana West: 'Terrorism' disconnect

David Bedein: Kaare Kristiansen, courageous statesman

Dec. 2, 2005

Rabbi David Aaron: How to make every second of your life come first

Charles Krauthammer: Progress in the Mideast

Dec. 1, 2005

Julia Gorin: Dumb Jews?

Everything's Relative: Jordan "Gorf" Gorfinkel's Jewish Gen-X strip that crosses ages and cultures

Nov. 30, 2005

Jonathan Tobin: Fear factor

Yaffa Ganz: A nice normal day

Nov. 29, 2005

Daniel Pipes: Muhammad Ali v. George W. Bush

Marnie Winston-Macauley: DidJew Know?

Nov. 28, 2005

The Jewish Ethicist: All's fair in love?

Ron Bernas: Victorian detective's debut is full of fun, intrigue

Nov. 25, 2005

Rabbi David Aaron: You can have it all

Caroline B. Glick: Don't confuse courage with opportunism

Nov. 23, 2005

Rabbi Mitchell Wohlberg: Schadenfreude or Thanksgiving

Jonathan Tobin: The Blame Game Continues

Everything's Relative: If the First Thanksgiving Had Been Jewish ...

Nov. 22, 2005

Michael Matza: Sharon dismantles Likud, 'assumes' same for more Jewish communities

Daniel Pipes: The 'R-word' and the War on Terror

Nov. 21, 2005

The Jewish Ethicist: My clientele prefers familiarity over innovation

Abigail R. Esman: While America has been looking elsewhere, the war on terror has rapidly been shifting its direction

Nov. 18, 2005

Rabbi David Aaron: Are you on a spiritual journey or ego trip?

Rabbi Berel Wein: Rethinking Sodom

Nov. 17, 2005

Michael Freund: A tearful rebirth in Krakow

Marnie Winston-Macauley: DidJew Know?

Nov. 16, 2005

Rabbi Mordechai Becher: Person to Person, Part II

Jonathan Tobin: Putting Islamism on the defensive

Nov. 15, 2005

Daniel Pipes: 'Palestinians' taste their own medicine

Dennis Prager: Jordanians are shocked -- shocked! -- that a wedding would be blown up

Nov. 14, 2005

The Jewish Ethicist: Q: Do I need the caller's permission to put a call on the speakerphone?

Caroline B. Glick: A world gone mad

Nov. 11, 2005

Rabbi David Aaron: Secret to Immortality

Nate Bloom: More fallen heroes

Diana West: Where there's smoke ...

Nov. 10, 2005

Rabbi Mordechai Becher: Person to Person, Part I

Jack Kelly: Why the Islamists may well succeed

Jonathan Tobin: The anniversary of Rabin's murder leaves some as befuddled as the event itself

Nov. 9, 2005

Robert Tracinski: Multiculturalism and the Self-Liquidation of Europe

Mark Steyn: Early skirmish in the Eurabian civil war

Frank J. Gaffney and Alex Alexiev: Farewell to Europe

Tony Blankley: Muslim rampage not about poverty, but Western weakness

Nov. 8, 2005

Daniel Pipes: Reflections on the Revolution in France

Caroline B. Glick: The Paris fall: The 'why' and the 'what to do'

Debra J. Saunders: French roast

Nov. 7, 2005

The Jewish Ethicist: Overtime for lost time

Mark Steyn: Wake up, Europe, you've a war on your hands

Jeff Jacoby: A war of values, not religion

Nov. 4, 2005

Rabbi David Aaron: Are you ready for the ultimate pleasure?

Abe Novick: The Divine's blog?

Diana West: Jihadism and denial

Nov. 3, 2005

Rabbi Berel Wein: History and 'bunk'

Steven Stalinsky: 'A world without America'

Nov. 2, 2005

Jonathan Kay: Numbers Racket

Stuart A. Kirk: Are we all going meshuggah, or are the experts crazy?

Nov. 1, 2005

Frank J. Gaffney, Jr.: Our war with Iran

Libby Lazewnik: Fast Forward

Oct. 31, 2005

The Jewish Ethicist: Is it unethical to play suppliers against each other to get the lowest bid possible?

Jonathan Tobin: Is the choice Abbas or the abyss?

Rachel Raskin-Zrihen: Two cheers for Iranian president

Oct. 28, 2005

Rabbi David Aaron: Created in the image of love

Caroline B. Glick: The good terrorists

Oct. 27, 2005

Gary Rosenblatt: At last, a Jewish chapel for the U.S. Naval Academy

Mort Zuckerman: The time for 'evenhandedness' has been washed away in blood

Oct. 24, 2005

Rabbi Nathan Lopes Cardozo: Simchas Torah, the endless beginning

Jonathan Tobin: Kofi's U.N. charm offensive

Suzanne Fields: Religion and the public squared

Oct. 21, 2005

Rabbi David Aaron: Believing is seeing

Diana West: Twisting history

Caroline B. Glick: The right strategy

Oct. 20, 2005

Rabbi Yonason Goldson: Celestial navigation

Ethel G. Hofman: Sumptuous supper in the sukkah

Oct. 17, 2005

Rabbi Avi Shafran: Sukkah-vision

The Jewish Ethicist: Do family members have precedence in charity allotments?

Jonathan Tobin: Religious tests and the Court

Oct. 14, 2005

Rabbi David Aaron: Making every moment momentous

Sam Schulman: Conservatives can teach even Jews about ingratitude

Caroline B. Glick: Battle for the 'settlement blocs'

Oct. 12, 2005

Rabbi David Aaron:Yom Kippur: Celebrating Forgiveness

Mordechai Schiller: Whistling at N'eila

Caroline B. Glick: Israel's new strategic environment

Steven Stalinsky: Ramadan Greetings: 'Go get the infidels!'

Oct. 11, 2005

Jonathan Rosenblum: Bettering the world starts with oneself

Ethel G. Hofman: International Yom Kippur break-fast dishes

Daniel Pipes: Only when Americans realize that Islamists intend to replace the U.S. Constitution with Shari'a will they enter final era of war

Oct. 10, 2005

Anonymous, as told to Malky Feig: Driving it Home

Nate Bloom: Far from religiously observant, these celebs had an affinity for Yom Kippur

Oct. 7, 2005

Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski: Moses and the lobster

Jonathan Tobin: Apologies Aren't Necessary!

Oct. 6, 2005

The Jewish Ethicist: What the world of business can teach us about our annual process of repentance and renewal

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