Bernie, Sully and Me

By Rabbi Avi Shafran Something tells me I won't make any new friends (and might even lose some old ones) if I confess to harboring...

Our Own Private Pesach

By Rabbi Avi Shafran One day during my teenage years I began to think about what my father, may he be gezunt, had been doing...

A Lesson in Chutzpa, Courtesy of AIG

By Rabbi Naphtali Hoff The most recent scandal involving American Insurance Group (AIG), which erupted after the embattled bailout funds recipient distributed $170 million in...

Hillary Clinton’s Rabbi

By Moshe Phillips, Matzav.com Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's first Middle East trip included criticism of Israel on an unprecedented scale. Not since James Baker's...

Not Quite Ten Minutes to Doomsday

By Yonason Rosenblum My son recently asked me an interesting question: If global warming is preeminently an empirical issue, why do positions on the magnitude...

Choices on Taxes in NJ

By Avi Solomon, Matzav.com Newscenter In life we have to make choices whether we want to or not. Of course, the choices we make always...

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...