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The presidential inauguration showcases the uniquely American story
On 20th January 2017, one of the great rituals of modern politics will take place: the inaugural address of a new President of the United States of America. In this short study, the question I want to ask is: Do we really fully understand the significance...
1941
In the summer of 1941, R. Menachem Mendel and his wife arrived in New York from Nazi occupied Europe.
Learning from the Rebbe: Episode 11
What is the proper interpretation of the U.S. Constitution's Establishment Clause of the First Amendment? Did the founding fathers intend on creating a strict "separation of church and state"? Guest Expert: Rabbi Mendel Kaplan. (From “Messages”—Season 4, ...
A Jewish Message to America
Rabbi Yisroel Deren, regional director of the Chabad Lubavitch of Western and Southern New England, shares his thoughts on what the Rebbe, of righteous memory, taught us about maximizing our contribution to our country, our people and our world. (Recorded...
Endorsement of President Jimmy Carter's Education Program - Feb. 7, 1979
Divine Providence has richly blessed this nation and land to be the "bread basket" for many nations, rich and poor. The U.S.A. has been, and will continue to be, an international benefactor on a vast scale, through generous economic and other forms of aid...
Imprisoned in Czarist Russia, the Alter Rebbe’s case was at the mercy of the hostile officials of the most powerful country in the world. Miraculously, his acquittal was ordered by the Czar himself, and he was freed on the nineteenth of Kislev.
“In G-d We Trust”
There are certain principles that are so central to the foundation of the United States that they were engraved on its coins and printed on its currency – two fundamental principles: “In G-d We Trust” and “E Pluribus Unum – Out of many, one.”
Materially-speaking, Jews today have it better than any other time in history. Whereas for most of their two thousand year sojourn in exile, huge numbers of Jews lived in dire poverty, today, even the poorest among them lead comfortable lives.
In the United States, there is much debate about the separation of government and religion.
They sat in the congressional chamber that is divided down the middle by an aisle. And providing easy access to the restrooms is not the primary function of this passageway... Defeating the people on the other side of the aisle – and the ideas they repres...
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