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In his rulings, Justice Scalia often stuck up for religious minorities. Now that he’s gone, what will happen with the major church-state battles he left on the Supreme Court’s docket?


We Need Mahmoud Abbas — But Let's Not Give Him Carte Blanche

Mahmoud Abbas’s behavior is becoming more and more outrageous, Ken Jacobson writes. Although the Palestinian leader is needed, we must convey that he doesn’t get to set the Mideast on fire.


Scalia and Ginsburg's Powerful Lesson for Jews — Conservative and Liberal Alike

Why are we so surprised that two people who disagreed profoundly, as Antonin Scalia and Ruth Bader Ginsburg often did, would be capable of friendship?


I'm a Jew With a Disability — Not Your Mitzvah Project

You’re not doing a good deed just by letting someone with a disability in the door, Pamela Rae Schuller writes.

How Antonin Scalia Brought Chutzpah to the Supreme Court

Antonin Scalia was a fiery Italian Catholic judge often deemed ‘bad for the Jews’ — and yet he was the first to introduce the word ‘chutzpah’ into the Supreme Court’s vocabulary.

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