The Philadelphia Jewish Voice
The Delaware Valley's Progressive Alternative
Volume 1 - Number 2 - August 2005
U.S. Political News & Op/Ed
Other news and opinion around the Jewish community that may have been overlooked in the local Jewish press.
The Exponent WatchpostThose of you who read the Exponent regularly have noticed that the past 7 issues have sported a new look, and to some degree a new feel. Unfortunately, the editorial policy remains locked in promoting a conservative, partisan worldview. We now look at recent editorials about two issues: Defending Israel and The Supreme Court, that illustrate the limitations we see.
- by Alan Tuttle.
In Their Own WordsEach issue features a prominent politician speaking directly to our readers on issues of concern to the Jewish community.
The Few, the Jews, the Proud
Staff and supporters of the Philadelphia Jewish Voice gathered Sunday, July 17, to celebrate publication of the imminent second issue - the one you're reading now - and the emergence of a new media outlet for the progressive Jewish community in our region.
Welcome to our new members of the staff: Ted Tapper, Treasurer of the Philadelphia Jewish Voice, email@example.com, Lisa Tuttle, Food & Entertainment Editor food @ pjvoice.com, and Webmaster Alexander Rattner.
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