The notion that no one is above the law is perhaps the single greatest contribution of the Jewish civilization to the human race.
Reporter Deborah Cotton, who died four years after being shot at a New Orleans Mother’s Day parade, fought for crime survivors and prison reform.
The Zionist “tough guy” machismo some critics loathe derives from the natural revival of ancient Jewish tradition.
How Peter Trachtenberg’s decision to get a tattoo indelibly changed his worldview and interpersonal relationships.
Generosity in victory might have been an option, and the past 50 years might have looked different.
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