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Monday, January 03, 2005

Powerline and a 'Chevra"

It's a bit afield from our blog topic, but the influential conservative blog Powerline (they exposed the Dan Rather forgeries) has an interesting opinion piece on Dennis Ross (the former Middle East envoy) and Yassir Arafat.

Closer to home, do you think that a separate community blog (a vaad or chevra) for 'frum' internet users wanting not to stumble or misstep would be a useful service? It would be 'eitzah's' and 'chizuk' among equals - or perhaps with a spiritual leader component?
Your comments would be appreciated!

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