Category Archives: Opinion

The War of Conflicting Political Ideologies

According to Lumen, the definition of a political ideology is, “a certain set of ethical ideals, principles, doctrines, myths or symbols of a social movement, institution, class or large group that explains how society should work and offers some political and cultural blueprint for a certain social order.” In the last couple of centuries, there have been many different political

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Justice During the Dark Hours of Political Partisanship: Senator Mitt W. Romney’s profile in Courage

For the third time in United States history, the House of Representatives voted to formally impeach the President of the United States based on two articles of impeachment, abuse of power and obstruction of Congress, on December 18, 2019 (“Articles of Impeachment Against Donald John Trump”). With the nation in the midst of a highly polarized era, the impeachment process

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UBI: An Unexpected Antidote

UBI – an Unexpected Antidote to the Nanny State and Bloated Bureaucracy  This article was written by Schneur Friedman (’21), the Managing Editor of the Op-Eds Section of the Valley Torah Scroll. If you’ve peered at the Google news tab or browsed the front page of Reddit out of boredom or curiosity over the past year you’ll likely have encountered

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The Environmental Impact recycling can have and how Valley Torah’s E.A.C. Is addressing it

A substantial amount of the Valley Torah Environmental Awareness Club’s advocacy is directed towards the importance of recycling. The club (known as E.A.C.) believes it is essential for students to gain an understanding as to why recycling is so important. To put it simply, planet Earth has a limited quantity of natural resources- some of which are in very short

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Let Them Play

An Anonymous Wolfpack writer contributed to the editing of this article. Several weeks ago, Shalhevet High School released a statement, along with an article by the Boiling Point, that they would refuse to play Valley Torah’s boys’ basketball team until Valley Torah replaces Head Coach Lior Schwartzberg. Shalhevet alleges that Coach Schwartzberg provided the Palm Springs High School Indians with

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“Snowflake Culture” Comes From Both Sides…Especially at Valley Torah

Unless you have been living under a very large rock there is no doubt you have heard the term “snowflake”—a derogatory term placed on someone who gets easily offended. Commonly used to put down people on the left side of the political spectrum, a snowflake believes that they are, for some reason or another, entitled to special treatment. Recently, however,

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