A Heartbreaking Story

By Shlomo Artzi This is a heart-breaking story about one family that waited the whole week, along with the entire nation, for one kid to...

A Pinstriped People: A Moshol

By Rabbi Meir Goldberg Ah, the sights, sounds and smells of spring. Fathers roasting succulent hot dogs on a flaming grill; children frolicking carefree on...

The View: Keeping the Chain Strong

By Rabbi Pinchos Lipschutz Observing a young child's innocence and purity, the love for learning and trusting acceptance of authority, one is hard pressed to...

Thursday The ‘Rabbi’ Got Fooled

By Moshe Phillips, Matzav.com Newscenter Rabbi Brad Hirschfield (seen at left) can be counted among the foolish people who thought that they knew Muzzammil Hassan...

Post Purim

By Rabbi Pinchos Lipschutz Purim this year was unlike any in recent memory. Every year, I spend my night raising money for one particular cause...

Rove: The White House Misfires on Limbaugh

By Karl Rove, The Wall Street Journal Presidents throughout history have kept lists of political foes. But the Obama White House is the first I...

We Do Not Need Yoatzot Halachah – Female Poskim

By Rabbi Yaakov Feitman Kehillas Bais Yehudah Tzvi (The Red Shul) The Five Towns Jewish Times Last week, the Five Towns Jewish Times newspaper published an...

This Purim, Flip Your Lid

The following opinion piece by Andrew J. Neff appears on the Orthodox Union's website: Purim this year is Tuesday, March 10 (or March 11 in...

Lieberman’s Rise Might Actually Be Useful Abroad

By Nathan J. Diament 'There's no question,' says former US ambassador to Israel Dan Kurtzer, that Avigdor Lieberman's electoral win will lead to negative consequences...

Heretics and Humility

By Rabbi Avi Shafran A bicentennial as jubilant as this year's hasn't been seen since the commemoration in 1976 of America's birth. The current year-long...