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I walk closer to the edge of the cliff and turn around so that I am facing my comrades. I salute them, and fall back.
The son’s mother is a troubled homeless woman who drifts in and out of the family’s life, and the family must find a way to embrace her because she has given them the precious gift of a child.
“There is a heavy Reconstructionist element to a lot of Quiverfull advocacy, with advocates speaking about the generational changes they will bring about through having many children.”
“A lot of Mizrahis I spoke to in Israel relate growing up in an environment that told them that everything that is “Arab” about them – their looks, accent, tastes, culture, outlook – was backward.”
I look at the house where I, like on most days, slaughtered yet again another innocent human being.
“The broad intellectual framework that justified the New Deal has been replaced by a much more market-oriented approach, and a new philosophy has not yet emerged.”
“The role of the individual lawmaker must be redefined. Similar to Switzerland’s system, lawmakers should not be career politicians but practice a profession outside of parliament.”
“Essentially, American support for Israel is part of the fabric of American politics. It is bigger than the Jewish community.”
“Many friends over the years have asked me – ‘what can I read that tells me about finance and investment in a non-technical way but doesn’t insult my intelligence?’ Few books do this.”