Voices

Jon S. Cardin

Opinion | Let us sleep without fear

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By Del. Jon S. Cardin My wife and I go to sleep every night without the fear of being woken up by the sound of...
Rabbi Fabian Werbin

Parshat Tetzaveh: The rule of the 99

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Rabbi Fabian Werbin Among the kohen’s garments, there is one that always caught my attention: the choshen, or priestly breastplate. On it were attached...
Rabbi Yosie Levine

Opinion | Our morals should compel us to take the COVID-19 vaccine

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By Rabbi Yosie Levine A poll released recently by Monmouth University showed that 24% of Americans likely will never get the COVID-19 vaccine if they can...
Shelly Malis

Opinion | The power of relationships

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By Shelly Malis I had no idea 17 years ago when I met Heather Harvison, founder and executive director of Sisters Circle, that my life...
Shira Kramer

Student opinion | Coming together over a love of Israel

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By Shira Kramer How often do high school students have the opportunity to join hundreds of people who are passionate about the same things they...
Betsy Markman

Opinion | A dispatch from Texas

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By Betsy Markman Do you know the scene in Willy Wonka where all four grandparents share the same bed in an effort to keep warm?...
Sarah Bunin Benor

Opinion | Here’s how we can save endangered Jewish languages

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By Sarah Bunin Benor I can’t stop thinking about Flory Jagoda, Joseph Sassoon and Kitty Sassoon — three American Jews in their 90s who recently...
Rabbi Stuart Weinblatt

Opinion | What we can learn from Natan Sharansky’s book, ‘Never Alone’

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By Rabbi Stuart Weinblatt Natan Sharansky’s most recent book, “Never Alone,” co-authored with Gil Troy, is a must-read for anyone who cares about the American...
Solomon D. Stevens

Opinion | How will Biden approach Israel?

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By Solomon D. Stevens In spite of his proclivity for courting right-wing extremists and fanning the flames of prejudice (including Judeophobia) in the United States,...
Donald Ray Schwartz

Opinion | Is Biden good for the Jews?

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By Donald Ray Schwartz In days gone by, in the time of a liminal event such as a presidential inauguration, it was common for nervous...