Letters To The Editor

May 15, 2014

I like reading the Baltimore Jewish Times on issues that pertain to the Jewish community and Israel, but I wanted to put a cancellation stamp on your editorial, “The Postal Service’s easy button” (May 2). If you had done your homework you would know that the Postal Service’s no-bid sweetheart deal with Staples is bad CONTINUE »

May 8, 2014

Nelson Marans needs to reboot his Cold War mentality or learn history (Your Say, April 25). While Russian soldiers died in Stalingrad, Ukrainian SS assisted the Nazis. The Trawniki assisted the SS by pushing Jews through the schlauch in Treblinka and in Buchenwald. CONTINUE »

May 8, 2014

I would like to thank Janet Kurland and Gail Lipsitz for their article on conversations you need to have with your aging parents (“Five Key Conversations With Your Parents,” May 2). These are all issues my sister and I have discussed with our parents — and they are sensitive issues that have to be handled CONTINUE »

May 8, 2014

The JT’s April 25 editorial, “Rethinking right-wing extremism,” was enlightening and spot-on in highlighting the fact that “since 9/11, right-wing extremists have killed more people in this country than ‘extremists motivated by al-Qaeda’s ideology.’” Of course, you would never know that to be the case from listening to Robert Goldberg’s beloved Fox News (Your Say, CONTINUE »

May 8, 2014

On April 27, the Baltimore Jewish Council hosted its annual Yom HaShoah commemoration at Beth Tfiloh. It was a moving reminder of the tragedy of the Holocaust and a tribute to the survivors and their families. The JT article (“Legacy of Loss,” April 18) reminds us of the importance of keeping that history alive. In CONTINUE »