by | Oct 26, 2019

I recently returned from three days in Washington, D.C. — a city consumed by political hatred, unending rumor-mongering and savage news coverage. It was good to come home! It occurred to me that perhaps some poetry might be helpful, to…

by | Jul 18, 2019

In the days preceding the first planned House hearing on D.C. statehood in 26 years, a new Gallup poll has found that a full 64 percent of Americans oppose statehood for the District. Only 29 percent said they favored making D.C. a…

by | Feb 12, 2019

Even President Trump’s supporters do not fully realize the job he has done. As I have written in the past, during the course of a wonderful rabbinic career that has given me so much personal satisfaction and fulfillment and that hopefully has…

by | Jul 6, 2018

Signal problem. Disabled train. Medical emergency. Fire department activity. Service suspension. Single tracking. Major delays. Deer struck by train. These are just a few of the messages that have graced Washington area commuter’s phones over the past weeks as the…

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