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January 21, 2021

Trump Grants Early-Morning Pardons

(www.theyeshivaworld.com) President Donald Trump, in the waning hours of his presidency, granted clemency to 143 people, but did not preemptively pardon himself or his family.

Minyan Matters

Men in a similar age group and/or stage of life as I am—raising young children in Modern Orthodox homes—have been blatantly singled out in Jewish

Freedoms and Rights

One of the greatest things about our country, the United States of America, is that built into our Constitution are inalienable rights and freedoms. It

Thank You to President Trump

The display of vitriol towards our 45th president in some of your letters to the editor is sad. It is true that Donald Trump would

‘Haftorah’ on the Dating Parsha

I’m writing in response to the dating thoughts by the 22-year-old gentleman who has been shidduch dating for 17 months (“Dating Thoughts From Someone #InTheDatingParsha,”

Pleased With Poems

I loved the poem by Esti Rosen Snukal (“I Refuse to Believe,” January 14, 2021). Thanks for including it this week. More poems would be

Thank You, President Trump

The defining feature of the term Yehudi (Jew) is the principle of hakarat hatov (gratitude). One is free to disagree with former President Donald J.

Letter Deepens the Divide

Maurice Appelbaum’s letter to the editor in your January 14 issue (“Communal Responsibility”) is an unfair rhetorical tool that undermines intelligent and thoughtful debate. He

America Needs Truth

In response to Jonathan Tobin’s article “America Needs Healing” (January 14, 2021), I couldn’t agree more. We are a broken, divided society that is witnessing

Our Own Boycott Quandary

Many of us have shopped for fruits and vegetables in the local supermarkets and found many of them marked «Product of Israel.»  After asking our

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