7 Passover Lessons I Learned From Twitter

Jews around the world spent this past weekend at our Passover Seders celebrating our march from slavery to freedom. Meanwhile, it appears the rest of the English-speaking Twitterverse has been busy commenting about the Festival of Freedom. From these tweets, this Jew learned several lessons. 1. ‘Star Wars’ Has a Jewish side Apparently, there are … Continue reading

Attacks On Public Officials Will Make Only The Worst Want Those Jobs

As we look back over an emotionally charged week that finally saw the president reverse a heartbreaking policy to separate young children from their parents at the Southern border, I feel like I still need to catch my breath. Since the policy has already been discussed at length, I’d like to turn my attention to … Continue reading

7 Strategies For Building Relationships Outside Your Political Tribe

A recent survey of Dartmouth’s undergraduates found that Democrat students are more likely not to befriend another student because of their political views: “55 percent of Democratic respondents said opposite political views would make them less likely to befriend another student, compared to 21 percent of Independents and 12 percent of Republicans,” the survey found. … Continue reading