Rabbis Accuse Tufts University of “Fostering an AntiSemitic Environment”

Tufts administrators took sides in a manner that neatly inverted the haters and the hated, and thus directly contributed to the environment which led to the grotesque and underhanded passage of an anti-Semitic student government resolution on the eve of Passover.

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Rabbis Back VP Pence as “Model Example of Spousal Conduct”

Pence represents an often necessary and cautious approach to social relationships between the genders, a safeguarding of one’s marriage, and a recognition of the valor and mindfulness needed by both men and women to be circumspect.

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Rabbis Endorse Confirmation of Judge Gorsuch for SCOTUS

Judge Gorsuch continually demonstrated great intelligence, deep personal integrity, and an unswerving dedication to historic principles of Constitutional law, including the First Amendment’s protections of religious liberty.

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CJV Contributes to Moral Understanding

The CJV, in a statement, said as follows: “There is no moral responsibility to pay the bills of a regime such as the PA, which has enough funds to pay its own bills but refuses to do so in order to use its money to pay salaries to terrorists.”

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The Coalition for Jewish Values (CJV), a national organization directed by prominent rabbinic leaders, articulates an authentic Jewish perspective on current events. The CJV begins with the premise that something can legitimately be called a Jewish value only if it comes from the Torah and millennia of Jewish teaching. The CJV promotes traditional Jewish values through writing and teaching derived from classical Jewish thought.

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  • The Transgender Madness Has Got to Stop

    The knee-jerk tendency to assume (and wish?) that people are transgender has become so pervasive that anyone who shows interest in that which is not wholly typical for his or her gender is suspected of very likely being “trans”.

  • Passover: A Message of Personal Responsibility

    The Sages of the Talmud and classical rabbinic commentaries view Passover not only as a celebration of the physical freedom attained by the Hebrews enslaved in Egypt over three and a half millennia ago, but also as a celebration of the freedom to abide by the divine moral law and the freedom to rein in one’s personal inclination to sin.

  • A Dynamic New Voice Champions Torah Values In The Public Square

    As requested by the Jewish Press: CJV Senior Rabbinic Fellow Rabbi Avrohom Gordimer wrote about the formation of the CJV, why it was necessary and what we have already accomplished.

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