Author: Ronit Treatman

Ronit Treatman joined the Philadelphia Jewish Voice in April 2009 as a food writer. In 2010, she became its food editor. In 2013, she was elected president of the Philadelphia Jewish Voice. She was born in Israel and grew up in Ethiopia and Venezuela. Ronit graduated from the International School of Caracas and is fluent in five languages. She served as a volunteer with the Liaison to Foreign Forces Unit of the Israel Defense Forces. She has a B.S. in international business from Temple University. Ronit is the creator of Hands-On Jewish Holidays.

Attack On Nancy Pelosi’s Husband Alleged David Depape Gets Charged For Intentional Homicide Attempt

It was on the last Friday that Paul Pelosi (82), husband of the US parliament speaker Nancy Pelosi was attacked by the intruder, David Wayne DePape. The hammered Paul Pelosi was left with a skull fracture and has been hospitalized immediately. Immediately after the attack, the Police Chief of San Francisco summoned a press conference to reveal the accused and the intentional nature of the attack. And now as per the records, the 42 years old, Berekely, California-based DePape has been charged with an intentional homicide attempt. Info from several unofficial sources says that the intruder was in search of…

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Affirmative Action To Be Banned In Universities By The Supreme Court

Next week, the US Supreme Court will hear verbal arguments on two issues that could drastically alter the state’s higher education system. Depending on the judgment, it will be decided if Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and the University of North Carolina (UNC) in Chapel Hill are still permitted to consider race when selecting which applicants to accept to their institutions. Two lawsuits were charged against these universities for their partial and discriminative treatment of students’ race as a factor in deciding their admissions to the universities. Students for Fair Admissions (SFFA), a student organization, has taken initiative to bring…

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North Korea Is At It Again Two Short-Range Ballistic Missiles Fired Into The Sea

According to South Korean military officials and national media, North Korea fired two short-range ballistic missiles toward the Japan Sea, located off the east coast of the Korean Peninsula on Friday. Exacerbating tensions in the region, the Missile launches took place four days after North Korea and South Korea traded warning shots off the west coast. The launch also coincides with the conclusion of the 12-day “Hoguk” military exercises in South Korea, which this year also included an unidentified number of American troops – a semiaquatic operation that involved the air force, marine corps, and navy of South Korea.   Once…

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Clorox Recalls 37 Million Pine-sol Bottles Because Bacteria May Be Present

Clorox is a company involved in the production, distribution, and marketing of consumer and professional goods, which include water filtration systems, cosmetics, personal care products, bleach, and other cleaners, pet litters, garbage bags, Dressings, Charcoal, Pine-Sol, and many others, recalled on Thursday one of their most popular cleaning agents and products, Pine-Sol. What Is Pine-Sol? The cleaning agent Pine-Sol can be a degreaser or an abrasive, which depends on which sub-brand you purchase of the superbrand “Pine-Sol”. It helps in cleaning heavy food oil residues and caked soil debris. These cleaning agents, known for their toxicity towards life, are perfect…

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Absurd Experts Say Clarence Thomas Is Allegedly Throwing The Finger To The Court By Denying Graham's Subpoena

Clarence Thomas is yet again in the news and this time for a serious- absurd thing. He gave a finger to the court and blocked the Graham subpoena which was a completely absurd move. According to Harvard Law Professor Laurence Tribe, Clarence Thomas showed his contempt for the law despite the brief grant in the administrative stay. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas is temporarily blocked. It is related to the order requiring Sen Lindsey Graham case who was expected to testify. The person was expected to testify before the Atlanta- area special grand jury. It was related to the investigation…

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The Russian court Dismissed Brittney Griner's Appeal

Brittney Yevette Griner is a professional basketball player for the League of Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) in America. An exceptionally talented player and twice an Olympic gold medalist, Griner faced an unfortunate setback in her career as she was convicted in August 2022 for smuggling and keeping cannabis oil in possession. She had appealed for her nine-year sentence. However, the latest reports confirm that a Russian court rejected the appeal. Krasnogorsk court which is situated to the northwest of Moscow decided to uphold the verdict as such. Why Did The Arrest Take Place? On February 17, Griner was taken…

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A Weekend Plane Crash Is Feared To Have Killed Gold's Gym Owner Rainer Schaller

Gold’s Gym is extremely popular and has several branches around the world. Everyone loves working out in this gym that serves top-notch facilities and ultimate comfort. Recently, sad news has been circulating over the news for all the Gold’s Gym fans. It is to be believed that the owner of that gym Rainer Schaller (59 years old) is one of the people who were in the plane that crashed. The German businessman had an investment group that acquired the gym two years ago. Along with Gold’s gym, Schaller also owned McFit gym. Rainer Schaller Owner Of Gold’s Gym Feared To…

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North And South Korea Exchange Warning Shots Near Their Maritime Boundary

South Korea said its troops fired warning shots toward North Korea after the latter sent a speedboat toward the border in the Yellow Sea. The ministry said the North’s boat may have strayed from its side of the maritime boundary, known as the Northern Limit Line, at around 3:40 am. The warning shots were fired after the North’s vessel ignored several warnings to turn back. The ship withdrew after a 15-minute response, the JCS added. Relations between the two Koreas have been at their lowest ebb in years following the North’s nuclear test and rocket launch in January and February.…

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Rishi Sunak Is Chosen To Lead The UK And Deal With The Economic Storm

With diversity storming the world, we see more and more multiracial people winning contests around government operations. One such achievement is of Mr. Rishi Sunak. After a series of serious conflicts and other chaos, Mr. Rishi Sunak will be the first person of color to be the prime minister. He is a Hindu who has faced some serious political and economic headwinds. Also, a conservative is going to take the world by storm!  The First Indian In British History To Become Prime Minister  The Hindu man prevailed in a messy three-day race for Britain‘s conservative party. On Monday he made…

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IRS Reveals 401(k) Contribution Limits For 2023

IRS (Internal Revenue Service) has recently announced its 2023 limits for the 401K Contribution. According to the government wing, now the employees can contribute more to their savings plan. The prior limit was $20,500 but now it has been increased to $22,500. 401k is a retirement plan that is sponsored by the company. An employee contributes a certain amount and the employer adds the same value. This plan helps reduce the tax burden of an employee and also saves a certain amount for the future. The amount is automatically debited from the monthly income and thus, saves the hassle of…

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