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Alienation and the Reality of a Renegade Jew

Well that didn’t take long. The Jewish-American community has once again alienated my family. I foolishly thought for a moment there during this last election cycle, that I found a way back to the Jewish world after having left due … Continue reading

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How Common Threats Can Make Common (Political) Ground

In light of the shutdown and the rampant partisan politics (check out this little bit of nastiness by a Democratic politician HERE) in the United States this is a timely and well thought out discussion by Jonathan Haidt  for TED. … Continue reading

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