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Wednesday, May 24, 2017

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Witching Hour

I can’t remember the first time I heard the phrase “witching hour.”  Was it when one of my kids was screaming, the other one was spitting up on me, one kid was throwing his dinner on the floor, their father was “working” and a friend was trying to convince me that my angelic boys all turning into monsters at the same time was perfectly normal and there even

Menendez Closes AIPAC; Stands By Israel; Hopes for Fresh Negotiations

Prior to making scheduled lobbying visits to the Hill, delegates to the 2013 AIPAC Conference in Washington, DC were primed for the closer by U.S. Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ), newly-appointed Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.  The senator’s remarks, his first major public appearance since his return from a recent mission to Afghanistan and

Because It Matters

With the Omer well on its way, simcha season is quickly approaching and it is inevitable that there will be many difficult decisions that need to be made in the upcoming weeks.

One of our readers asked the following question: “I’ve received invitations  for two different smachot on the same weekend.  One is a wedding and one is a bar mitzvah and