Howie Beigelman

A Good Cry

December 7, 2011, by

Leah, second choice to her own husband, looked for the positive in life. Do you?

Remember, God is a Political Independent!

June 14, 2011, by

Howie Beigelman is Deputy Director of Public Policy for the OU’s IPA | Institute for Public Affairs. The following Op–Ed first appeared in New Jersey Jewish News prior to Shavuot on June 3, 2011. The views represented herein, like his weekly Politics & Parsha blog, are his own and reflect neither psak or policy of the OU. During the

Politics & Parsha, Shemot 5771: Seeing Things

December 21, 2010, by

Each week, OU’s Institute of Political Affairs (IPA) Deputy Director of Public Policy Howie Beigelman takes a look at the weekly parsha and discusses it in a way you may never have seen. Any hashkafic, halachic or political opinions are personal and do not reflect the official psak or policy of the OU. (The below

Politics & Parsha: Vayeitzei 5771

November 10, 2010, by

Each week IPA Deputy Director of Public Policy Howie Beigelman takes a look at the weekly parsha and discusses it in a way you may never have seen. Any hashkafic, halachic or political opinions are personal and do not reflect the official psak or policy of the OU. This week’s Parsha & Politics is based

Politics & Parsha: Toldot 5771

November 2, 2010, by

Each week IPA Deputy Director of Public Policy Howie Beigelman takes a look at the weekly parsha and discusses it in a way you may never have seen. Any hashkafic, halachic or political opinions are personal and do not reflect the official psak or policy of the OU. “The weakest of all weak things is

Politics & Parsha: Lech Lecha 5771

October 10, 2010, by

Each week IPA Deputy Director of Public Policy Howie Beigelman takes a look at the weekly parsha and discusses it in a way you may never have seen. Any hashkafic, halachic or political opinions are personal and do not reflect the official psak or policy of the OU. In a nod to the classic Western

Politics & Parsha: Ki Teitzei 5770 – Communal Pressure

August 15, 2010, by

Each week IPA staff and guest contributors take a look at the weekly parsha and discuss it in a way you may never have seen. Any hashkafic, halachic or political opinions are personal and do not reflect the official psak or policy of the OU. Ki Teitzei 5770 – Communal Pressure (The below piece is

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