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Two Jewish journalists join us to talk about attacks that most others prefer to ignore.
Albany should instead be encouraging alternatives to public schooling—religious schools included.
“The child is not the mere creature of the state”
Anti-Catholic bigotry and “substantial equivalency.”
An expansion of freedom to follow halakhah, or a license to kill?
The consequences of efforts to force state curriculum guidelines on ultra-Orthodox schools.
Mordecai Manuel Noah’s Ararat.
An important piece of legislation.
Religious schools save New York taxpayers billions, yet the state legislature has dropped a tax-relief measure for parents with children in religious schools. Why?
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The New York City human-rights commission is prosecuting several Jewish businesses for posting a dress code. The case is not only groundless but based. . .
The Leonard Bernstein Letters, just published, reveal more about both the outer and inner life of the American Jewish composer than any biography.
Jack Hidary, an Orthodox entrepreneur, may not be New York’s first choice for mayor in this year’s election, but is he planning a bigger run in 2017?