Monthly Archives: February 2016

Post-NH Primary Interview: The Power of Outsiders & Feelings

An interview with Margaret Waterman  posted this morning on the BU Experts site: Q: This was the first primary of the season. How can we explain the results in New Hampshire? VS:  Tonight was a big win for the “outsiders.” Donald Trump had a clear plurality, and showed continuing strength in his “in your face” campaign. Unlike […]

New Hampshire Primary Day

Who knows what we will know by tomorrow, but there’s one thing we know today:  New Hampshire can be stunning! Snowy #NHPrimary day in #Gilmanton at my voting place. @VSapiro  

Appreciation of the Brave Rabbis of 1964

The New York Times published an article-length obituary of Rabbi Eugene B. Borowitz on January 30, who died at the age of 91. He was a scholar and teacher whose thoughtful and distinguished work is among the best of modern Jewish philosophy and ethics in the Reform Jewish tradition. For a person of “a certain […]