Inspired Living
The Beauty of Misfortune
By Rabbi Yonason Goldson

Finding true nobility in the face of injustice

This World
Who's Buried in Grant's Tomb? An Unlikely Story of Transformation and Repentance
By Susan Weintrob

The late president is often demonized, with talk recently of having a monument to his memory, in which he's buried, removed. As Paul Harvey might have said: "And now the rest of the story..."

Reality Check
The New Democrat Party
By Caroline B. Glick

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Britain has been one election away from having an antisemitic prime minister backed by antisemitic voters. If current trends in the Democratic Party continue, in the not-so-distant future, the United States might be in the same position

It Could Haappen Again
Mom takes her newborn to the doctor; the next day her five children were pulled from her home
By Lindsey Miller

"The trauma is something I don't think we will ever heal from."

Wisdom without a shelf life: Five enduring food rules you can trust
By Cara Rosenbloom

The best advice isn't exciting. But there's a reason it has stuck around

Wealth Strategies
This Will Make You Rethink Your Dividend Investing Strategy
By Eric Ervin

Despite the popularity of using dividend yields to choose stocks for their retirement portfolios, there's a better indicator that investors should be looking at

Ess, Ess/
The Kosher Gourmet
By Ellie Krieger

The return of the former president of the International Association of Culinary Professionals, whose members include -- and have included -- respected gourmets like Julia Child International.

Today: International Yom Kippur break-fast dishes

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Niall Ferguson: Borders are back and a new game looms

News of the Weird by Chuck Shepherd: The New Power Nap | Unclear on the Concept

Kathleen Parker 25 years later, we still don't know what happened to Dail Dinwiddie

Garrison Keillor: The gentle people shall prevail

Two black Chicago cops reprimanded after doing the kneeling with a fist raised shtick in a precinct lobby

Twitter's testing a 280-character limit for tweets

(INCL. VIDEO) Kareem Fahim & Tamer El-Ghobashy: Kurdish bid for independence from Iraq emerges as regional flash point

John Stossel: Disabled by Government

Richard A. Epstein: Farewell To Title IX's Kangaroo Courts

Michelle Malkin: NFL Pigskins at the Public Trough

Ben Shapiro: The Strategy of Going Too Far

L. Brent Bozell III: That burning smell of patriotism

Alicia Colon: Are All Millionaire Athletes Really That Dense?

Joseph Curl: Obama hauls in millions from Wall Street, media don't say a word

Ed Rogers: For congressional Republicans, it's tax reform or die

Jonah Goldberg: Does our society still support the right to be wrong?

Dry Bones by Ya'akov Kirschen

Mallard Filmore