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Shana Goldberg

IJN Assistant Publisher |

Reflections on Roe

The news that Roe v. Wade may be overturned has caused me to reflect on and reassess some of my values and political positions.

Aha! … until, uh uh

Oh, the irony! I intended to open this column with this quote: “A lie can travel around the world and back again while the truth is lacing up its boots.”

IST marks 50 years

Transformative. That was the description heard most frequently at the recent 50th reunion of what is now named the Joyce Zeff Israel Study Tour. As the only community...

Post Passover Stress Disorder

This year, the “Post Passover Stress Disorder” is particularly acute.

The maskless majority

I am more convinced than ever that the COVID-19 pandemic was totally politicized by two extremes that simply did not reflect the opinion of the majority of Americans.

Free speech vs. moderation

Content without moderation leads to cacophony.

15 voices, 15 seder steps

Ahead of Passover, the Intermountain Jewish News asked a cross-section of clergy, lay leaders and community members to share a lesson or personal memory they find in a...

I’ve hit the jackpot

If you are a Jewish Denverite and your family moved to Colorado in the 1880s, chances are we’re related.

The show must go on, eh?

By the skin of its teeth, the US men’s soccer team qualified last month for the 2022 World Cup.

Roe vs. family planning

Long ago in freshman Constitutional Law at Brandeis, we learned that the judicial reasoning — right to privacy — behind Roe v. Wade was shaky, which is why it has...