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Mid-holiday ruminations

Though in theory holidays are a time of celebration, it’s a universally accepted fact that in reality they can also be quite stressful. The most common and...

The end is near…or is it already here?

Our most recent posting asked readers to contribute humorous links they’d come across regarding the upcoming election. Perhaps not surprisingly we didn’t...

Amidst the drama…humor!

As a member of the media we receive myriad info packets and promotional materials. These can come from bona fide organizations or individuals hoping for a voice. The...

Open Call: revisited

Several weeks ago Rocky Mountain Jew asked readers for their opinions on the Middle East, well, peace process or conflict, depending on one’s point of view. The...

This bird is a hawk

**Update** We now have the full text of Sarah Palin’s speech on the IJN site, along with news stories about the rally (9/25). Whether good or bad, hateful or...

What is anti-Semitism?

The results of a recent investigation into an attack on Jewish teens in Paris once again raises a question that’s been asked time and time again since 2001’s...

The other side comes to town

Slowly, slowly, we’re getting back to regular life. The excitement has dissipated, we’re no longer the talk of the nation, famous faces are once again few...

Who will you vote for in November?

According to Labor Day’s Gallup poll, Obama is leading McCain by 6 points, nearly the opposite of our informal assessment among IJN.com users. For the past month...

The almighty convention

This entry is an excerpt from Chris Leppek’s article in the IJN’s August 29 edition. To the degree that politics is perception — a product as slickly...

Shabbat – or Sunday – tranquility?

Quiet. No open shops. People walking through near empty streets. No, this is not Saturday in Jerusalem, but Sunday in Switzerland. A recent IJN editorial about an...