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Our Passover story and theirs: From Egypt to Arizona

When I am at my Passover Seder this year, I will be proud to be American and to live in the state of Arizona, and I will be proud that we celebrate not only our unity but our diversity. We should welcome refugees of all races and religions. This is what makes America a project with fighting for when viewed in light of the Passover story.  

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Ballots stronger than bullets

Putin is powerless to change the most important fact of all. Ukraine’s declaration of independence was not a technical act by an old Soviet-era legislature and kept in place by force, like his own regime. It came via the ballot box from the hearts of tens of millions of Ukrainians, where the invading Russian army cannot reach and every bullet fired will only strengthen the resolve for separation from the oppressor.

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