Opinion

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Parshat Korach
BY Rabbi Craig Axler
June 19, 2014

There’s a small scar on my left index finger where the digit meets the hand. There since early childhood, it serves as a reminder of the time I decided to slice a frozen bagel by myself with a sharp knife. A little more force, a slip here or there, and I would have been one CONTINUE »

June 19, 2014

I saw the very good article about the Tulkoff family (“It Don’t Mean a Thing If It Ain’t Got That Sting,” June 6). Marty Tulkoff, of the famous horseradish business, and I were friends in the 1950s. I even met my wife though Marty, and I took a photo of our guys’ group back then. CONTINUE »

June 19, 2014

I believe what we are seeing in society today is the horrible devaluing of human beings by people in positions of perceived power and others who are jumping on the bandwagon instead of standing up to injustice (“A Lack of Human Respect,” June 13). We need good, moral people to stand up and not be CONTINUE »

June 19, 2014

While attending the recent Maryland Attorney General Forum sponsored by the Baltimore Jewish Council, I appreciated hearing about the candidates’ experiences and policy positions. However, I was distressed that Delegate Jon Cardin stated that while he has been in office, Maryland has “adequately” funded education. “Adequate” support, specifically required by the Maryland Constitution, means the CONTINUE »

June 19, 2014

I am bemused and confused. I read in the Jewish Times that The Associated sent counselors of Camps Louise and Airy to Israel prior to this summer’s sessions to ensure that they would experience a bit of life in the Jewish state and then would be better able to expose their campers to some knowledge CONTINUE »