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All Eyes on Texas Senate Race

Omri Nahmias

Democrats eye rising O'Rourke for 2020 race

Close, But Still Far Away

Omri Nahmias

Moderate Arab states have much in common with Israel

Goodbye to a True Friend

Omri Nahmias

Nikki Haley will be sorely missed

Trump Treads on the Fed

Binyamin Rose

Is Trump on the right track, or is the Fed taking measured steps to sustain and even prolong the recovery?

The Man Who Would Be Governor

Malky Lowinger

Most people give Republican Marc Molinaro little chance of beating incumbent Andrew Cuomo in the New York gubernatorial contest. But that doesn’t m ...

Bark Worse Than Bite

Gershon Burstyn

John Bolton. National Security Advisor. In the White House. Explaining to a reporter that there’s no such thing as the So-Called State of Palestine ...

Haley’s Moral Compass

Gershon Burstyn

All hail Nikki, Israel’s best friend

Making Brazil Great Again?

Yaakov Lipszyc

Will a former soldier destroy Brazil’s left?

Murder in the Embassy

Gedalia Guttentag

Turkey expert Dr. Hay Eytan Cohen Yanarocak of Tel Aviv University on the fallout from the alleged murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi

A Shooting Shakes Chicago

Beth Perkel

The murder of a young man near West Rogers Park has community members on edge

Shock in Brooklyn

Gershon Burstyn

An early morning assault raises fears of old

"Rabbi Miller was not solely a rebbi of young women. Every week he gave a Shabbos shiur in his home and another in Gateshead Kollel. These were packed with men and bochurim who delighted in his profound introduction to Rav Dessler ztz”l and the world of hashkafah, enhanced always by his wonderful sense of humor. I consider him, along with Gateshead’s roshei yeshivah and mashgichim, as one of my greatest teachers. Much of what I teach today and how I teach it is due to his inspiration"
Rabbi Y.Y. Rubinstein, Inwood, N.Y. 

Watchtower on the River Tyne /Mishpacha Issue 730

"I found it ironic that a column meant to destigmatize those unable to do it all didn’t actually publish the names of the women demonstrating that it is okay not to be perfect. This just further validated my belief that “perfectionism” is a real problem in our community and is the impetus for so many of our other challenges — either directly (such as the shidduch crisis, eating disorders, extreme materialism, etc.), or indirectly by not allowing people to seek help lest they appear to be “damaged” or “imperfect,” chas v’shalom."

Brachah Poliakoff

Nobody does it All/ Family First Issue 610

Pay the Price

B. Deer

There are some things for which people are paying millions of dollars while others scratch their heads trying to figure out why

Teen Fiction: Money Matters

Bassy Goldhirsch

Of course I understand. I’ll put on an exemplary show, I’ll play the part well; a well-behaved teenager whose world has just come crashing down



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At Our Doorstep
Rabbi Moshe Grylak In Israel, intermarriage still has some shock value
The Wrong Conversation
Yonoson Rosenblum How can we reattach Jews to the Jewish story?
Heart on Your Sleeve
Eytan Kobre Being pro-phylactery can be downright prophylactic
The Silver Lining
Alexandra Fleksher Who is brave enough to buck the dangerous trends?
Top 5 Uniquely Jewish Words
Rabbi Dovid Bashevkin For some concepts, Yidden have the best words
10 Questions for Avi Kehat
Rachel Bachrach The Chesed Fund, for desperate people who need a fortune
On Speaking Terms
Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman He learned firsthand, “What goes around comes around”
Stressed Out
Jacob L. Freedman “We’re going to aggressively help you take care of you”
Mona Knew to Pick a Winner
Riki Goldstein “Shloime, let’s sing this on Motzaei Shabbos”
Four Stanzas You Don’t Just Sing
Riki Goldstein “This is not a niggun that you just sing!” he exclaimed
A Part of Me
Riki Goldstein The fruit of two years’ preparation and collaboration
Worth the Hassle?
Riki Goldstein Travel can be challenging for musicians and bands
Know It All
Faigy Peritzman The wiser I get, the more I realize how little I know
No Time to Breathe
Sarah Chana Radcliffe When we don’t have a minute to spare is when we pause
On Dry Ground
Rebbetzin Shira Smiles Every day we thank Hashem for the miracle of dry land