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Playing the Long Game

In a Perfect World Back in the 1950s and 1960s, the U.S. and the Soviet Union were engaged in what famously became known as the

My Take On The News

Visitors from Abroad Things tend to happen so fast in Israel that I have no trouble filling this column with news every week. Monday, for

Get To Work

This week we are introduced once again to Noach, the grandfather of all of mankind. The Torah describes him as a “tzaddik tomim,” totally righteous

Timeless Sukkos Lessons

We’ve literally moved on. Sukkos is over and we’re back to our routines. For now, no more celestial visitors, and the Four Species are no

Madison Avenue Insights

 The Yin and Yang of Diversity Yes. That’s how, at the end of the previous column, I answered the question as to whether there is

My Take On The News

The Winter Zman Begins Well, here we are. The Yomim Tovim are over, our sukkos have been dismantled, and we have all returned our s’chach

A Good Name

It’s a given in the Jewish world that a good reputation is a great thing to have. Not for us the careless, “Do what you

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