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ANALYSIS: Is Impeachment An Exercise in Futility?

Amid an onslaught of claims and counter-claims and a barrage of personal insults over the ongoing attempt by the Democrats in Congress to impeach President Trump, what is sorely lacking?…

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It’s All About the Simchah – Not Us

Five leading names in the contemporary Jewish music world talk candidly about the challenges — and the joys — of making a living from bringing simchah to people.   Yanky…

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SPECIAL COVERAGE: Anti-Semitism in Crown Heights

For us, history doesn’t repeat itself. It never stops. Hate is alive and vile. Once again, Jews are being targeted. And this time, it’s not just in Germany or France…

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The Straw That Stirs the Drink

“The Democratic Party is incapable of avoiding irrelevant third rails that alienate people.” We haven’t even sat down yet for our chat, but already the congressman is criticizing the Democratic…

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Russia’s Unpredictable Past

The Putin Government’s Campaign to Re-Interpret Stalin and Molotov-von Ribbentrop Pact “The future is certain; it is only the past which is unpredictable,” goes a Russian joke conceived in the…

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Pretending, But Not Make-Believe

  To most political observers, the concept of monarchy has seemed quaint — at best — for more than a century. With few exceptions it is a concept that an…

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The Sentinel at the U.N.

An interview with UN Watch’s Hillel Neuer Hillel Neuer has been championing human rights in the lion’s den for over a decade. As executive director of UN Watch, the Geneva-based…

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Israel’s Secret Ties With the Arab World

Dozens of Arab and Muslim states are drawing closer to Israel, due in large part to a shared fear of the Iranian threat. Hamodia’s military correspondent surveys the secret agreements…

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Judgment Call

In November 2019, Judge Steven Mostofsky will almost certainly be elected to serve as a justice on the New York State Supreme Court, the state’s trial-level court. Mostofsky, 61, known…

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British vs. Jewish Values

While schoolchildren across the country are enjoying their summer vacations, parents, heads of schools and askanim in the U.K. are wondering what challenges the new school year will bring. Over…

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A Last Call From the Trenches

The New York State Education Department’s (NYSED) attempt to impose detailed regulations on private schools has been an ongoing struggle of particular concern for the Orthodox community and its chinuch…

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The Children Left Behind

‘Why can’t I get on the bus?’ – The Moment of Truth The summer is ending. School buses are revving up. But some parents still don’t know if their children will…

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NETANYAHU: THE POLITICIAN, THE PERSON, AND THE PROMISE

FRIENDS, FOES AND FOREIGNERS: THE EMBATTLED ISRAELI PM SPEAKS In an exclusive interview with Hamodia, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu discusses Iran, Israel’s terms for peace with the Palestinians, its unprecedented…

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