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Is there a country called Palestine?

It seems that as of late the Denver Post food section has developed a penchant for the term Palestine. First, it was an essay about the ubiquitous salad found across the...

Lips murmuring from the grave

I doubt whether there was a single Jew on the globe with the practical Jewish skills of Rabbi Yisrael Gornish, who left us last week. He was a mohel. A shochet. A shofar...

The Jewish approach to leadership

The topic of leadership is both fascinating and fundamental to human society. What is the Jewish approach to leadership, and how does it compare to other perspectives on...

A tale of two verdicts

Sometimes, I feel like I need to rub my eyes to ensure I am not living in some kind of parallel universe. In a display of overwhelming consensus, many Americans are...

Who is ‘part of the ownership class’? You!

If you’re Jewish. So says Randi Weingarten, American Federation of Teachers president If Jewish parents want their children back in school for in-person learning, they...

Sad for Jews and all Americans

Recent ‘victories’ against anti-Semitism on campus are short-sighted and short-lived. What some see as a victory, we see as a defeat. We begin with two recent...

Don’t pause J&J

The pausing of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine may be the proverbial final straw. For the record, I have followed every single ordinance regarding COVID-19. But that...

The Heavenly Jerusalem

Tradition speaks of the earthly Jerusalem and the Heavenly Jerusalem. For me, the earthly Jerusalem is already in Heaven. When we came to Jerusalem in 1972, where we...

Not starry-eyed

There’s no doubt that acquiring the Major League Baseball All-Star game is a huge economic boon for Denver and reputation boost for Governor Polis. As a sports fan, I...

Frail body, amazing mind

Spring has sprung and along with the warmer temps and new sprigs of green, comes the blossom of hope. For more than a year, COVID has limited our life choices; it has...