This Week's Articles

Effort Against Yeshivos on Ice as Vacancies Mount at Education Department

The board overseeing education in New York state will apparently not be voting anytime soon on far-reaching regulations on private schools that are staunchly...

Incoming NYPD Chief a ‘Visionary’ With Few Bonds to Jewish Community

New York City’s incoming police chief, Dermot Shea, is a cop’s cop who will quickly gain the trust of the Jewish community, despite having...

Legend In His Own Day

Loyalty Was His Trademark Rabbi Moshe Maimon, whose connection with Rav Lipschutz began when he attended the shul as a young boy with his father,...

Little Noachs

The end of Sukkos is one of the loneliest times of the year. As the decorations are peeled off and the sukkah is taken...

My Take on the News

Missiles in the South Tell me something: Is ten a large number or a small one? Of course, that is a ridiculous question. Everything is relative,...

Revised Democrat Impeachment Process Still Unfair

After more than a month of carefully selected media leaks intended to persuade American public opinion to support President Trump’s removal from office, Speaker...

Rock Solid Foundation

“Our forefather Avrohom was tested with 10 trials, and he withstood them all, to show the degree of our forefather Avrohom’s love for Hashem...

Rockland DA Race Tops Slate in Off-Year Election Day

The bitter race to be Rockland County’s top law enforcement official is leading the list of Election Day concerns for New York’s Orthodox community...

The Sukkah and the Piano: Which Plays the Most Lasting Notes?

My sukkah is still up, but that is not the only reason I was thinking about this topic. I was recently struck by a...