Letters To The Editor

June 5, 2014

The introduction in the “Gubernatorial Primer” (“The JT’s guide to the June primaries,” May 23) fell short with regard to the Jaffe movement to get rid of corruption in Maryland government. I would like to point out the glaring flaw: the omission of any information concerning the movement in the opening comments. Where was it CONTINUE »

June 5, 2014

We would like to express our heartfelt thanks and deep appreciation to our many friends at the JCC of Greater Baltimore and to the congregants of Beth Am, and especially to Rabbi Daniel Burg and Cantor Ira Greenstein, during our time of bereavement. With the passing of our beloved Harriet Rae (Obituaries, April 17), the CONTINUE »

May 29, 2014

Your editorial, “Bringing openness to JNF” (May 16), demands a response from us and a clarification (apology) from you to your readers. Your editorial purports to describe certain recent political and legal issues in Israel relating to what you misleadingly identify as the “Jewish National Fund.” In fact, the Israeli debate is all about Keren CONTINUE »

May 29, 2014

In contrast to letter-writer Richard B. Crystal, I have found Rabbi Mitchell Wohlberg’s posted sermons not only profound and inspiring but timely (Your Say, May 16). While Crystal may object to Wohlberg’s support of John McCain and more recently giving Dr. Charles Krauthammer a venue, both have a long record of being pro-Israel, a position CONTINUE »

May 29, 2014

The meet-and-greet room for cat socialization and area dog parks spread more of the diseases already running rampant at Baltimore County Animal Control — thus leading to more euthanasia (“Group Protests Animal Shelter Conditions,” May 9). A cat who is positive for feline leukemia and not tested when brought in should not be allowed access CONTINUE »