By Adam Grace
Time Keeps on Ticking
This is a story about a broken old Yiddish clock that managed to turn back time. For decades, the clock had adorned my grandparents’ various apartments in New York City’s Washington Heights section before my grandmother passed away in 1975. But by the 1990s, it had been relegated to a neglected corner of my parents’…
The Case of Jacob Goldberg v. Father Christmas
Plaintiff’s Attorney: Sir, it says here that you deliver toys to ALL the good boys and girls. Is that correct? Claus: Yes, but it’s not like it’s a contract. It’s just… Plaintiff’s Attorney: It does use the word “ALL” doesn’t it? Claus: Yes, it does. Plaintiff’s Attorney: In fact, you don’t actually deliver toys to…
Admit it, American Jewish establishment: Peter Beinart was right
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Robert Kraft will spend $25 million running ads against antisemitism. Is this the right way to protect Jews?
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