The National Archives, housed in an austere building in downtown Washington, D.C., contain original copies of the founding documents of the United States of America: the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, the Bill of Rights. I went there to listen to scratchy tape recordings made secretly in Richard Nixon’s Oval Office, recordings of fraud and deceit... Read more »

At NLE Resources, we keep our eye on the news to bring you timely articles and links that we think a rabbi or Jewish educator would find interesting! We have decided to share some of these links in a weekly feature on the blog. Enjoy!  1) 12 Sentence Starters that Inspire Courage 2) America’s ‘retail apocalypse’... Read more »

Until recently, Torah resources for the hard of hearing have been hard to come by. But that’s all about to change. Torah Live has partnered with Torah Captions to add closed captions to its videos. Courses such as Anger, Chanukah, Speech (The Lost Light), and Sefer Torah are now available with closed captions. (80% of the
Nonprofit organizations differ radically from any business entity due to their very core. If business organizations are aimed at making money, nonprofit entities have a noble purpose of helping others. That’s why running a nonprofit organization is a totally different case that demands paying much more attention to details to be
Tucson sent a 21-foot cactus to Jeff Bezos. Birmingham, Alabama, installed giant delivery boxes around town. And Stonecrest, Georgia, offered to rename itself Amazon. When you’re gunning to be the home of Amazon’s second headquarters, you “need something to set yourself apart,” said Nathan Bomey at USA Today. After the e-commerce giant announced in September that it was... Read more »

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