A hilarious and sad train encounter between the basketball superstar and a rude train passenger has a lot to teach us:
We sacrifice 30,000 people each year to the right to bear arms. Enough is enough.
Will we beat ourselves up for our failures in the new year, or will we adapt the attitude of the the Little League 8-year-olds?
Both the Israeli government and President Trump would do well to remember the simply Boy Scouts question: what family values really matter?
Despite all the recent turmoil, Israel can’t get rid of me that easily. This government can do what it likes, but they won’t so easily push me away.
The timing of Donald Trump’s Paris Climate Initiative announcement highlights how the decision is at odds with the values that many Jews hold dear.
I saw the future at a Heritage Dinner, the future in a slice of challah next to an empanada.
A rabbi from Westchester explains how welcoming and speaking with a refugee family helped him see the country with fresh eyes.
We allow our need for civility to dim the light we ought shine on injustice. But without the possibility of goodness, what use is a battle against tyranny?
In this age of alternative facts we need to seek truth and accept it wherever it might reside.