Monthly Archives: October 2022

The Champions Of Chastity

I love reading stories about those great souls who put the realm of the spirit first. Peter Ackroyd writes in his 2013 book Foundation: The History of England from Its Earliest Beginnings to the Tudors: At a convent, near Watton … Continue reading

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The Machinery Of Orthodox Judaism

To enter the dance of Yiddishkeit is to enter a mystery that takes you over. You might feel like you have yourself together, you’re all tucked in, you’re choosing your level of involvement, but before you know it, you are … Continue reading

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The Purpose Driven Rabbi

If you wanted an example of a great congregational rabbi, you couldn’t do any better than Rabbi Elazar Muskin of Young Israel of Century City (YICC). Forty years into his job, he still exudes purpose, passion and astonishing IQ. He’d … Continue reading

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The Balfour Declaration

Wikipedia says: “The Balfour Declaration was a public statement issued by the British government in 1917 during the First World War announcing its support for the establishment of a “national home for the Jewish people” in Palestine, then an Ottoman … Continue reading

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We Choose Our Wage & Crime Rates (10-26-22)

00:50 John Fetterman stumbles through his debate with Dr Oz 15:00 We can set wage rates by dialing back immigration 22:00 We can choose our crime rates 26:00 Why was Elon Musk so threatening? 45:50 Alex Jones 55:50 Alex Jones … Continue reading

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