My parents tell me that when I was 3 years old, while waiting for my brother’s school carpool to arrive, I would start the day with something called Rude News. This basically involved me sitting
Many communities go through transitions. One ethnic group moves out, another moves in. Most of the time the transition occurs smoothly. Sometimes there is conflict. The same can be said of most societies. By and large our global communities and urban cities are multi-ethnic. Prejudice does unfortunately still rear its ugly head even in our
The world is reeling from the tragic death of Kobe Bryant. It amazes us that everywhere we turn, the discussion is whether or not the Bryant party should have flown in such dense fog, the great loss to the world of sports or why a celebrity of his stature chose to travel everywhere by helicopter. Yet what really should be the topic on most
With the Iowa Caucus only a few days away, the public will soon turn its full attention to the 2020 presidential election. If 2016 is any indication, the 2020 presidential race promises to be heated and divisive. The following article provides an overview of what all businesses need to know about political activity.
Over the next week, Dr. Schwartz, as promised, sought out employment opportunities for Reb Nachman in the local vinegar trade, only to fail to find anything meaningful locally. Through a referral to a chemist friend in Easton, Schwartz discovered that while Philadelphia offered little of
(Courtesy of AMIT) AMIT’s 95th Anniversary Mission to Poland and Israel in May 2020 promises to be an extraordinary experience, showcasing AMIT’s many accomplishments and the chance to meet Israel’s leaders and students, while enjoying a dynamic itinerary brimming with culture, arts, food, athletics, high-tech and
Allow me to make a modest proposal—no, not related to the tuition crisis, although while I am here, wouldn’t it be more efficient if all the schools and shuls got together and created a buying group to negotiate better deals on tissues, office supplies and possibly insurance? Just saying, think about it.
We now turn to part 2 of our tutorial on how to set up your new computer, mostly based on second-hand knowledge. We started this topic last week, and are just now up to the part where you get to turn the computer on.
This is all very exciting.
Because the thing is
Most reasonable people agree that there is nothing fashionable about a schmatta. If someone tells you that you are wearing a schmatta, you probably should be insulted. Even if you intentionally label your fashion sense as grunge or bohemian, you still do not want to be accused of “rockin’ a schmatta.” Even Fagin’s motley crew in
What does it mean for someone to have free will? Is it simply the ability to choose? If so, free will is something that animals and humans share. The same way a person chooses to eat breakfast in the morning, so does his or her dog. Unless you open a person’s or dog’s mouth and force the food down, they are choosing to eat the food.