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Rabbi Daniel Lapin, known world-wide as America's Rabbi, is a noted rabbinic scholar, best-selling author and host of the Rabbi Daniel Lapin podcast. He reveals how the world REALLY works and reminds us that the more things change, the more we need to depend upon those things that never change.

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Jan 31, 2020

You thought that if people are ‘religious’, they must be devotees of Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Buddhism, or Hinduism, right? Wrong! Here are 3 important requirements of a religion. 

(A) It links you to something bigger than you. 

(B) It links you to many other people. 

(C)  It requires you to offer...

Jan 24, 2020

Are we all logical, thoughtful human beings when it comes to money? The rising price of Tesla stock would suggest no. The $700,000,000 that smart investors sunk into Theranos would also suggest that for most of us, emotions seriously impact our financial decisions. What is more, we are also susceptible to mass hysteria....

Jan 17, 2020

If you want to know how the world REALLY works, you must understand the counter-intuitive parts of life. Is it true that the better you know someone before marrying them, the better chance the marriage has of surviving? Should you postpone making an investment until you are 100% sure? Do you know what lies beyond the...

Jan 10, 2020

This show is for Happy Warriors not for Tennis-Balls-Floating-Down-The-Gutter-of-Life. Every Happy Warrior repeatedly proclaims “I am the master of my fate, I am the captain of my soul.” The “New York Times” published an article entitled ‘The Secrets of Jewish Genius’ which discussed the oft-noticed reality...

Jan 3, 2020

Do you try to be a moral person? That question makes no sense without some description of the moral framework in use. For some moral frameworks, slitting the throats of airline stewardesses and turning airplanes into flying bombs is a moral act. For other moral frameworks, the most moral act you can perform is driving...