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  • A Primer for the Media on Viruses, Vaccines, and Covid-19

    By Editor on September 29, 2020
    Roger W. Koops American Institute for Economic Research 2020 is a year when many things besides people have died, or at least placed on indefinite life support. Music and most arts and culture (at least audience-based), education, a person’s livelihood, social trust and interaction, common sense and common decency, debate, and we can include responsible journalism to the list. In […]
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  • DC Report: Trump and McConnell — a tale of two leaders

    By Editor on September 26, 2020
    DC Report By Douglas Bloomfield Donald Trump has repeatedly declared he has done more for African-Americans than any president since Abraham Lincoln, produced “the best economy in the history of the world,” saved “hundreds of thousands” of American lives, possibly “billions” with his quick and decisive response to the coronavirus pandemic and given this country “the world’s cleanest and safest […]
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  • The end of the wash, rinse, repeat cycle?

    By Editor on September 24, 2020
    By CARIN M. SMILK (JNS) – This was supposed to be a celebratory week—the week that parents everywhere could finally relax a little, breathe in and feel that their children are learning again. While it looks very different, it’s still something—and something, as they say, is better than nothing. Yet, the first-day photos didn’t look right. (The fact that the […]
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  • Do the lessons of 9/11 still apply in a post-COVID world?

    By Editor on September 24, 2020
    By JONATHAN S. TOBIN (JNS) – For some of us, it seems like it happened yesterday. For others, the 9/11 attacks are ancient history or just a meme about an event that doesn’t resonate with their concerns. It’s been 19 years since the 9/11 attacks and, as many of us feared, the commemorations of this trauma are beginning to seem […]
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  • Rabbi Marmon selected to lead Congregation Shaara Tfille

    By Editor on September 23, 2020
    SARATOGA SPRINGS–Congregation Shaara Tfille and The Jewish Community Center of Saratoga Springs has hired Rabbi Boaz Marmon as its new spiritual leader, Linda Bertrand congregation president, has announced, The new rabbi reports that he was raised in a family of “wandering Jews,” with stops in West Germany, North Carolina, Chicago, Phoenix, San Antonio, southeast England and Nebraska.  The volume of […]
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  • How Ruth Bader Ginsburg went from recognition as the Notorious RBG to Ruth the Tzaddik

    By Editor on September 23, 2020
    By JOSEFIN DOLSTEN NEW YORK CITY (JTA) – Many Americans have been paying tribute to the popularized version of Ruth Bader Ginsberg — the feisty workout-devoted octogenarian Supreme Court justice who had morphed in the past decade from admired legal trailblazer to beloved feminist pop icon, the subject of a Hollywood biopic, a documentary, “Saturday Night Live” sketches and late-night interviews, […]
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  • Ruth Bader Ginsburg, first Jewish woman to serve on Supreme Court, dies at 87

    By Editor on September 22, 2020
    By SARAH WILDMAN WASHINGTON (JTA) – Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the first Jewish woman to serve on the Supreme Court and a tireless advocate for gender equality, has died at 87. A fierce jurist known for her outsized presence and outspokenness, Ginsburg died from “complications of metastatic pancreas cancer,” the Supreme Court announced Friday night, Sept. 18. She had survived multiple […]
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  • PA official names five countries set to establish ties with Israel

    By Editor on September 18, 2020
    Following the success of Abraham Accords, talks are apparently underway with Oman, Sudan, the Comoros, Djibouti and Mauritania. By Paul Shindman, World Israel News A senior Palestinian official revealed what the Palestinian Authority believes are the next five predominantly Muslim countries to establish diplomatic relations with Israel, Kan News reports. Palestinian Authority official Ahmed Majdalani said that the PA says […]
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  • DC Report: Does Trump endanger Jews and threaten American democracy?

    By Editor on September 18, 2020
    DC Report By Douglas Bloomfield The warning was sounded early by an unlikely squad of messengers: an evangelical Christian, a former Soviet Jewish refugee, a former PR man for Vladimir Putin, the president’s former lawyer, a notorious dirty trickster and a highly respected Jewish leader who said Donald Trump “threatens American democracy.” Their message, intentional for some, inadvertent for others, […]
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  • Study: More than one in 10 Americans under 40 thinks Jews caused the Holocaust

    By Editor on September 18, 2020
    By BEN SALES NEW YORK CITY (JTA) – More than one in 10 American adults under 40 believes that Jews caused the Holocaust. That’s one finding from a survey published Wednesday trying to gauge Holocaust knowledge among millennials and Generation Z, a cohort  ranging in age from 18 to 39. The survey found that most respondents had heard of the […]
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