Monthly Archives: April 2018

Using A Key Card On Shabbat

Marc B. Shapiro writes: * Fixler is a student of R. Nachum Eliezer Rabinovitch, and I used some of the time we were together to clarify the details of R. Rabinovitch’s position that there is no halakhic prohibition in using … Continue reading

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LA Earthquake Risk

Steve Sailer writes: This bill, at least in its original form, would have legalized a lot of 8-story buildings along Ventura Blvd. in the SF Valley, which might be a good idea, except much of the north side of Ventura … Continue reading

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Is vegetarianism healthy for children?

Nathan Cofnas writes: According to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics’ influential position statement on vegetarianism, meat and seafood can be replaced with milk, soy/legumes, and eggs without any negative effects in children. The United States Department of Agriculture endorses … Continue reading

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Robert Stark talks to Luke Ford about The Dangers of The E-Personality

Robert Stark writes: Luke Ford brings us his message of Love and Inclusion. Check out Luke’s simulcast on his live stream. Topics: The book Virtually You: The Dangerous Powers of the E-Personality The esoteric power of the silent “la la … Continue reading

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The Jewish Culture Of Critique

Chaim Amalek writes: “Back before there was a World Wide Web, when the internet was just FTP, Usenet, and maybe some BBS services ( pre-internet), the “right” was simply Yggdrasil, William Pierce, and a few groups on Usenet discussing their … Continue reading

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