Opinion

December 12, 2013

The damage from electrical devices: First it was microwave ovens, then power lines, then cell phones. Now it is smart meters, according to the president of Maryland Smart Meter Awareness. Congratulations to the Baltimore Jewish Times for presenting both sides of the debate (“Smart Meter Debate Rages On,” Nov. 15). In retrospect, BGE should have CONTINUE »

December 12, 2013

Marc Shapiro’s article, “Ralph Jaffe Declares Gubernatorial Candidacy” (Nov. 22), was the best article ever written about the Jaffe Movement to get rid of all the corruption in Maryland politics. I would like to make a clarification pertaining to the number of votes I received and the money I spent on the votes.  Here are CONTINUE »

December 12, 2013

“Tree of Life” is very impressive (Nov. 29). I have been involved with Etz Chaim since May, and have found it to be a valuable resource for growth. The organization is a place where Jews of all strains can sit together and feel welcome. Etz Chaim enriches Baltimore and builds bridges. The recognition received in CONTINUE »

BY Dr. Robert O. Freedman
December 12, 2013

I’ve  been writing for the Baltimore Jewish Times since 1976. Over the years, my articles have had three major themes: the foolishness of Israeli settlement building in the West Bank outside of the environs of Jerusalem; the lack of consistency of U.S. policy in the Middle East, most particularly toward the Arab-Israeli conflict, an inconsistency CONTINUE »

BY Dr. Jerry I. Levine
December 12, 2013

Being Jewish and a medical professional is an ancient tradition. This year we welcome the reactivation of the Doctors Division of the Jewish Federation of Howard County, the Maimonides Society. With just under 18,000 Jewish residents in 7,500 households, Howard County is consistently recognized as a wonderful place to live, boasting excellent schools, religious and CONTINUE »