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Appreciating The Older Woman

Rabbi Shmuley Boteach writes: The unfortunate breakup of the marriage between Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher should be of interest even to those who have better things to do with their time than follow mindless Hollywood chatter and celebrity gossip. … Continue reading

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The Loss Of Privacy

Ziona Greenwald writes for The Jewish Press: Anthony Weiner is the latest in a long line of public figures caught by surprise at the unveiling of their own closet misdeeds. Weiner (and Arnold Schwarzenegger, and the still-presumed-innocent Dominique Strauss-Kahn, and … Continue reading

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You Don’t Have To Be Chronically Depressed To Be Jewish, But It Helps

Greg Leake writes: Hi Luke, It seems to me that this week’s Torah Talks could be titled “If You’re Completely Dysfunctional or Chronically Depressed in the Clinical Sense, Then Judaism Not Only Accepts You, But Prefers You.” At the same … Continue reading

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Money For Nothing

On his radio show today, Dennis Prager said: “I never bought the idea [that we should cut the pay and benefits of politicians]. We are only going to have millionaires run for office if we do that. It sounds sweet … Continue reading

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FlashReport.com – A Blogger Making A Difference

The Los Angeles Times reports: FlashReport is a California version of the Drudge Report. As key votes are cast on the floor of the Legislature, Republicans are often spotted scanning the site to see how they’re being praised or pilloried. … Continue reading

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