Politically speaking, this has been the most dangerous week in American Jewish history.
Author - Jeffrey Salkin
Rabbi Jeffrey K. Salkin is the spiritual leader of Temple Solel in Hollywood, Fla., and the author of numerous books on Jewish spirituality and ethics, published by Jewish Lights Publishing and Jewish Publication Society.
We thought that we had entered a new age. We were wrong -- but the music is still great.
Americans can learn from the Jews: turn inward, and ask hard questions.
Under the trees and by the lake, we were creating a new American Judaism. Who knew?
American Jews — let’s not get played. By anyone.
“Have you no sense of decency?” No, he doesn’t. Some of us don’t have it, either.
It’s not just Holocaust denial. In some ways, it’s even worse than that.
Alfred E. Neuman was Jewish. Wasn’t he?
No more snark about people who choose to join the Jewish people.
I went to a JVP event so you won't have to. This is bad stuff.
Yes, the Holocaust is unique. But, exactly how unique?
There are, at least, two kinds of piety, You don't have to choose between them.
When you are speaking to people who refuse to hear, sometimes you have to scream. Like it or not, that is what AOC was trying to do.
Who made this man an expert on Judaism?
It seems that anti-Israel people will "say anything" (and other snarky John Cusack references)