Letters To The Editor

January 4, 2013

The mothers drove their children to school that day Before they left, “have a good day” they all did say Not knowing what the day would have in store Having faith everything would be OK for sure. The good Lord did give and 20 souls he took From a small public school named Sandy Hook. CONTINUE »

January 4, 2013

The recent demonic event in Newtown, Conn., where 20 children and seven adults were murdered, has surely effected a good majority of our citizens. Dec. 14, 2012 will — and should — be remembered by us. The families of those who died will forever be traumatized. There were many heroes that day, and I include CONTINUE »

January 4, 2013

We welcomed the article “JQ Baltimore Comes Out” by Simone Ellin (Dec. 14) with its expressions of “support, education and inclusiveness.” In response to requests from the community, the Mitchell David Teen Center, the Jewish Community Center and BBYO have come together to create “Open Doors,” a safe and friendly space for LGBTQA teens. Programs CONTINUE »

January 4, 2013

Daniel Sokatch (“Im Tirtzu Brings a Lie to America,” Dec. 21) either misunderstands or belittles the security problems facing Israel. Israel is on “the losing end of world opinion” more due to the growth of hostile Arab/Muslim third-world economic and political influence than by its actions in Gaza and the West Bank. Mr. Sokatch makes CONTINUE »

January 4, 2013

I want to thank the Jewish Times for the cover story about CHAI and my career. It goes without saying that CHAI’s success is the result of the many organizations and individuals we partner with. I want to express my gratitude to the hundreds of individuals and organizations that I have worked with over nearly CONTINUE »