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Faith During COVID

Dr. Tzvi Pirutinsky is a psychologist and professor at Touro College Graduate School of Social Work. As a frum professional in the field, he is particularly interested in the intersection…

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Too Close to Call in Southern Jersey

Who will represent New Jersey’s 3rd District in the 117th Congress? This is one of the House of Representatives races being closely watched by political observers this year. The district…

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Is All Politics Still Local?

America’s hyper-politicized and polarized age, aided and abetted by the 24-hour internet-driven news cycle, has had a drastic impact on all aspects of the American body politic. While, once upon…

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Torah Radar in the Darkness

Winning the Lost Cause: The skeptics underestimated the will of Klal Yisrael to do the right thing … But the war isn’t over As the novel coronavirus pandemic hit, “going…

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Shidduchim: Whose Crisis Is It?

“It’s really too pathetic to talk about,” says Mrs. R, mother to a single daughter, age 22. “No one has redt my daughter a shidduch in nearly a year.” Unfortunately,…

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At Badatz Headquarters in Yerushalayim

Behind the Scenes of the Largest Kashrus Certification Network in the World What difference could there be already between a product that bears the Badatz kashrus symbol and one that…

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Conversation With a Goodwill Ambassador

An interview with U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman This Rosh Hashanah ushers in a new peace for Israel, in the form of the aptly named Abraham Accord. This extraordinary…

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Whither the New York GOP?

Is there a road back for the Empire State’s Grand Old Party? “Liberal New York” is a phrase that rolls easily off the tongue. Yet despite the fact that left-leaning…

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Once Is More Than Enough

Among the many unknowns about the novel coronavirus is a set of questions about the possibility that those who have already been infected with COVID could be struck again. The…

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The Long Haul of Lasting COVID Effects

    Yosef from Monsey was one of the many struck with the novel coronavirus when it first blew through the New York area in mid-March. He was bedridden with…

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The Sky Isn’t Falling: Part 14 of 14

Job Market Resuming? The coronavirus pandemic and resulting shutdown have thrown the U.S. economy into turmoil, leading to shattered industries, bankrupt companies, and record numbers of unemployed Americans. In this…

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The Sky Isn’t Falling: Part 13

Bump in the Road The coronavirus pandemic and resulting shutdown have thrown the U.S. economy into turmoil, leading to bankrupt companies, shattered industries, and record numbers of unemployed Americans. In…

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The Sky Isn’t Falling: Part 12

Getting Our Housewares in Order The coronavirus pandemic and resulting shutdown have thrown the U.S. economy into turmoil, leading to shattered industries, bankrupt companies, and record numbers of unemployed Americans.…

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The Sky Isn’t Falling: Part 11

From 60 to Zero The coronavirus pandemic and resulting shutdown have thrown the U.S. economy into turmoil, leading to shattered industries, bankrupt companies, and record numbers of unemployed Americans. In…

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The Sky Isn’t Falling: Part 10

Hard-Lock Story The coronavirus pandemic and resulting shutdown have thrown the U.S. economy into turmoil, leading to bankrupt companies, shattered industries, and record numbers of unemployed Americans. In this column,…

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The Sky Isn’t Falling: Part 9

We Insure; Heaven Assures The coronavirus pandemic and resulting shutdown have thrown the U.S. economy into turmoil and led to record numbers of unemployed. In this column, Hamodia speaks each…

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