Today is the Jewish holiday of Purim. (Unlike the biblically-based Jewish holidays, this is one, like Chanuka, on which orthodox Jews such as myself are allowed to blog!)
As well explained in the Book of Esther, it’s the holiday of turnabout, surprises, false identities, intrigue, perhaps some emotional legerdemain, and not a little spiritual confusion. The outcome isn’t always funny, or even fun, except perhaps in the sense of the divine comedy.
It all comes around in the end, though!
Activist Levi Fox takes on the hypocrisy of liberal use of God, prayer, and the separation of church and state.
As Americans, it’s fair to say that we find ourselves not just in times of uncertainty, but many of us
The totalitarian moonbattery that holds sway in British public schools has taken the final plunge into absurdity with a curriculum