The essence of Obama’s rhetorical style as POTUS: feinting towards common ground while pushing opponents away; dramatic; exasperated; an impression of boldness where there was none; utterly insincere
Rabbi Yaakov Rosenblatt
My zaide, a rabbi who escaped death by misdirecting his “neighbors,” would never accept the liberal view that all people are inherently good and would be sweet as sugar if only welcomed into our homes
Rabbi Yitzchok Adlerstein
What happens when frum Jews show technical compliance with Torah law but more exuberance and passion for material things? Or when they speak the language of rejection, racism, or extreme isolationism?
Rabbi Dovid M. Cohen
Why is it foolish to compare oneself to another? Because life is the most difficult exam an many people fail because they try to copy others, not realizing that everyone had a different question paper