Madison campaign begins — Duo pianists Josh Dumont and Jim Ripp of PianoFondue performed at the opening event of the Jewish Federation of Madison’s 2014 Tzedakah Campaign Kickoff, held on Sept. 7 at Full Compass Systems headquarters.
The Milwaukee Jewish Federation’s allocations process for fiscal year 2014-15 is a story “about a profound change,” as MJF President and CEO Hannah Rosenthal said in a recent interview.
As we consider whom to vote for in the races for local, state and federal offices this November, let us analyze which party expresses a “passion for justice” and how it proposes to “treat the weakest in our midst.”
Free markets are essential to free society. This is perhaps the most complicated, and most important, issue for Libertarians.
American conservatives do not believe in a religious government. We believe in the benefits of a religious society.
With midterm elections just around the corner, four races for the House of Representatives in particular are catching our Jewish eyes.
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Canadian Jewish institutions are stepping up security after the murder of two Canadian soldiers by homegrown pro-jihadist terrorists.
A Delta Airlines flight to Israel was delayed after haredi Orthodox men and women deplaned rather than sit next to members of the opposite sex.
A 3-month-old girl was killed and eight people were injured when a car crashed into a light rail station in Jerusalem.
Home-grown talent and the story of freedom from slavery will be on the menu at a concert jointly hosted by Congregation Beth Israel Ner Tamid and Tabernacle Baptist Church and on Sunday, Nov. 2, 7:30 p.m., at the synagogue, 6880 N. Green Bay Ave.