Tolkien, way back in 1937, compassionately captured the tragedy of the Jewish people's exile, as well as dispassionately and quite presciently capture the degree to which the end of that exile would spell tragedy for another people.
Sure, you can go to Brooklyn, shout "Hey Shloimie, I've got some free peyos wax!" and watch the stampede--but there are sub-species that are in danger of disappearing. We speak today of the Jewish country and western singer. Specifically - Daniel Antopolosky.
By our reckoning, movies are for entertaining, books for educating, and ne'er the twain shall meet. On a rare occasion, however, that exception appears that not only proves the rule, but actually edutains.
Ever since Jewdar heard that Argentina was playing Germany in the World Cup final, we've been devoting precious moments to coming up with the perfect joke.
A New Poll On Religion And Employment Proves That Every Silver Lining Has A Cloud (According To Abe Foxman)
An optimist sees the glass half full. Abe Foxman sees it as a troubling sign that Jews may only be getting half as much to drink as non-Jews.
How HEEB paved the way for the recent decision to strip the Washington Football team of their controversial trademark. You're welcome.