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Does Trump Tax Plan Cut Me In?

Binyamin Rose

Two Leading Economists See More Pros than Cons

New York Council Race Spurs Anti-Jewish Hate

Jacob Kornbluh

Council Primaries Campaigns Called Out for Anti-Semitic Rhetoric

Shabbos in Tel Aviv Not an Open-and-Shut Case

Yisrael Feller & Sarah Pardes

Israeli Supreme Court Attempts Compromise in Long-Standing Battle

French Election Results Disconcerting to Jews

Jean-Yves Camus, Paris

Mainstream Party Candidates Ousted by Centrist and Nationalist Frontrunners

“I want to tell Yisroel Besser that the haters are going to hate, but you made a difference. A friend of mine told me that his mother cried through the article. Afterward, she said, ‘I have three boys that went through the system. None of them major metzuyanim. Now I realize how special each of them really is.’”

T. S.

Voice in the Crowd / Mishpacha, Issue 655
“Why can’t a shadchan tell a boy: “If you won’t listen to any suggestion close to your age, then I’ll stop redting you any girls”? I’m not proposing to have an answer to the shidduch crisis, but perhaps with a little more pressure on the boys and less acceptance of their unreasonable claims, more of these talented, caring, and giving women can become wives and mothers.”

C.M.

Singular Strength / Family First, Issue 537

Jr. Tales: The Sweeter Side of Zero

Rivkah Small

Breindy was definitely dragging her feet now at the thought of having to study sloooowly with Tirtza instead of breezing through it on her own

Off the Beaten Path

Chavi Brody

As she took her paper, she studied the red-ink note: “Imaginative and creative. Looks like you have the makings of a writer…”

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