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Reigning in stormy times
Forty-two death sentences were imposed in 2018, following a trend of decline since nearly 300 sentences were handed down per year in the 1990s.
The principle that one must treat a person as a person, not an object, has many scriptural wellsprings. None is more powerful than the principle, “Love your fellow as yourself.”
By NOAH LAWRENCE
There is no disputing that liberal Jews were concerned that Kavanaugh’s appointment to the Supreme Court represented a threat to their cherished interests.
By ISI LEIBLER
“Kavanuagh” is not derived from Hebrew, but nevertheless, with this Supreme Court nomination process running as emotionally high as it did, the joke still elicits either a smile or a scowl.
By MICAH HALPERN
Members of the media have clearly shifted from reporting news to making news and working to sway listeners to their opinions.
By MIKE EVANS
The real reason Kavanaugh was picked could be summed up in a sentence in a speech the judge gave:“It makes no sense at all to have an independent counsel looking at the conduct of the president."
By DOUGLAS BLOOMFIELD
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Passing this new basic law was necessary because of the judicial activism of Israel’s High Court of Justice in the past two decades.
By EMMANUEL NAVON
Struggling against segregation is not just about one law. It is about the larger struggle for coexistence and having more contact between Israel’s numerous diverse communities.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
“The demand for justice, for peace, for enlightenment, runs through the entirety of Jewish history and tradition.”
Over the years, many dismissed the Right’s criticism of the Supreme Court as mere carping. But it turns out that the negative appraisals of the High Court were truly much ado about something.
By MICHAEL FREUND
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