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Thursday, July 05, 2007

On the Fourth of July

Now that all the Independence Day barbeques have been reduced to depleted coal (and - if you live in the Northeast - you dried up from all that rain), and we are back to our regular workstations, it's time to reflect just what the Fourth of July means (from a Chabad.org perspective, of course).

On the Fourth of July, Americans recommit themselves to one of their unalienable rights: the Pursuit of Happiness. After 231 years it is safe to say that this pursuit has not brought us a scintilla closer to the objective. Yisrael Rice maintains that the pursuit itself is the problem...

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