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Commemorating the Rebbe’s 15th Yahrtzeit
Reflection on the Rebbe by Senator Joseph Lieberman
An address by Senator Joe Lieberman at an evening commemorating the Lubavitcher Rebbes’s fifteenth yahrtzeit—anniversary of passing (June 29, 2009 - Philadelphia, PA).
In a political culture where votes are cast based on party policy rather than personal conviction, where more often than not an opinion is based simply on the fact that the opposing party holds otherwise—one person stands out as a beacon of light.
Connecticut Sen. Joe Lieberman purchased a new home in Stamford, Conn., where he affixed mezuzahs this week with the assistance of Rabbi Yisrael and Aviva Deren.
26 Elul, 5750 · September 16, 1990
Tightrope Diplomacy
Senator Joseph Lieberman visits the Rebbe: There are so many changes happening in the Middle East - and so soon - that it is very difficult to make predictions. Decide each day's policies according to the developments of that day, even if newer developmen...
24 Tevet, 5749• January 1, 1989
To ‘Wonderful’ there is No Limit
May your son be a source of pride for the Jewish People as a US Senator in Washington. If he has been a wonderful son until now, he can surely become even more wonderful in the future.
Joe Lieberman at Chabad of Michigan
My Experiences with Chabad and the Rebbe
At a tribute in honor of the Rebbe’s 20th Yahrtzeit at Chabad of Michigan, Senator Joe Lieberman shares his inspiration from the Rebbe and Chabad.
Can you be a Senator and keep Shabbat?
T.G.I. Shabbat
Joe Lieberman was a United States senator who reached extraordinary political achievement, yet once a week everything stopped.
Excerpt from a Session of the U.S. Senate
Senator Lieberman Welcomes the Chief Rabbi
Senator Joseph Lieberman (I-Connecticut) introduces his friend, Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks, at a session of the U.S. Senate.
At a recent Chabad-Lubavitch of Philadelphia event, Senator Joseph Lieberman spoke about an encounter he had with the Rebbe when he was on his way to Washington, D.C., after he was first elected to the U.S. Senate.
A Tribute by Rabbi Yisroel Deren
She was a woman ahead of her times, enthusiastically embracing the opportunities that this blessed country, America embodies.
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