Perhaps I am simply reiterating what has already been said when I write on the nature of necessity. I am not nearly well-read enough, worldly enough, nor arrogant enough to claim that my thoughts on the matter are wholly original.
It’s my observation that the country as a whole has a serious case of what can best be termed American Attention Deficit Disorder – (AADD). A really good example of how this works is actually occurring right now in the Congress. The Rs captured the lower house in the 2010 […]
Our budget deficit is skyrocketing due to spending on the poor. The poor are increasingly becoming obese and dependent on government spending. Maybe it’s time to meat in the middle.
It’s Spring, and time for my Second Annual Passover Post. This year, something very special to me: A commentary on the booklet all Jews read at the Passover seder, the Haggadah, by my teacher and friend of almost 20 years, Rabbi Jonathan Omer-Man, who graciously allowed me to post […]
A big thanks to all for participating in this friendly competition. The true goal of this annual event is to celebrate some of the wonderful work by our community in the last year and share their articles to readers who may not have had the pleasure of reading them when […]
This email is not about being a Republican or being a Democrat. It is about having some integrity and specifically, your lack thereof.
As one of your constituents in Arizona’s 7th Legislative District I wanted to let you know that I am outraged as a taxpayer at the time, money and effort spent on the ridiculous AZ “Birther” bill sponsored by State Rep. Carl Seel.
The debut of The Weekend Music Thread kicks off with a focus on songs with your favorite lyrics. The songs you can’t help but sing along with, the songs that talk to who you are or how you feel, the songs that have the most insightful, romantic or poignant poetry. […]