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While politics often elicits strong feelings, on this President’s Day, we hope to elicit only strong feelings of pride as we present you with a list of Orthodox Jews who U.S. presidents (or presidential candidates), on both sides of the aisle, have been appointing to high-level positions for the last […]
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While politics often elicits strong feelings, on this President’s Day, we hope to elicit only strong feelings of pride as we present you with a list of Orthodox Jews who U.S. presidents (or presidential candidates), on both sides of the aisle, have been appointing to high-level positions for the last […]
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From America’s earliest beginnings, Orthodox Jews* have been a part of the picture. The first American synagogue was New York’s Orthodox Shearith Israel, founded in 1654. Here are the top six Torah observers and their part in early American History. The Soldier at Valley Forge** – The menorah lights may have […]
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