In Memoriam: Robin Williams

Robin Williams was a man who was beloved for his incredible talents, which made him one of the world’s greatest comedic personalities. He also produced powerful and award winning performances in more serious roles, including Good Will Hunting, for which he received an Oscar for best supporting actor. A number of our members had the honor […]


In Memoriam: Irene Schwartz

IN MEMORIAM Irene Schwartz Henry David Thoreau once wrote, “be not simply good; be good for something.” Though a simple motto, far too few make it their life’s work – as Irene Schwartz did as wife, mother, grandmother and philanthropist. In partnership with her extraordinary husband, Bernard Schwartz, Irene helped work toward the common good in many ways. […]


The Secret Room: A Tribute to Robin Williams

Playwright and screenwriter Jerry Leichtling fondly remembers Robin Williams in a personal tribute to the late actor.


The Biden Agenda

Reckoning with Ukraine and Iraq, and keeping an eye on 2016.


How Part-Time Jobs are Overstating our Economy

Fewer than half of U.S. adults are working full time. Why? Slow growth and the perverse incentives of ObamaCare.


Use ‘safe zones’ to End Immigrant Crisis

As America grapples with a crisis of children on its southern border, another image from another time seems inescapable: that ship full of Jewish refugees off our shores as World War II approached.


How India’s Economic Rise Could Bolster America’s Economy

Narendra Modi’s pro-reform government could do for the next decade what China did at the turn of the millennium.


6 Israelis Held Over the Killing of Palestinian

Confronting the possibility of rising retaliatory violence between Jews and Palestinians, the Israeli authorities arrested six Israelis on Sunday in the killing of a Palestinian teenager, found beaten and burned in a Jerusalem forest last week.

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