The ADL says most people in the Middle East harbor anti-Semitic views. But American Jews are largely in favor of offering safe haven to them.
American Jews are far too familiar with oppression, beginning with the story of Exodus. When faced with a choice of two presidential candidates—one of whom has run on a nationalist, xenophobic platform—the choice is clear.
[Updated] Part Five: Two Queens boys turned presidential historians on opposite sides of America’s great political divide, on what just happened, keeping things in perspective, and the power of the rule of law
The website I Waited 96 Years! is an homage to those women who born before they were legally able to vote. Naturally, they’re casting their ballots for Hillary Clinton.
Mindy Finn, who previously worked for Romney, Bush, Twitter, and Google, will fight to deny Trump the presidency
‘When You See How It Works for Donald Trump, Do You Ever Think to Yourself, ‘Oh, Maybe I Should Be More Racist?”
Zach Galifianakis’s interview with Hillary Clinton, which was ‘sponsored’ by Trump, is required viewing
Former ‘Commentary’ editor Norman Podhoretz recently said he would ‘not bet [his] life on anything about Trump,’ but has even less regard for Clinton. His son, John, wants to convince him otherwise.
And for Jewish voters?
A lesson from Streisand about making it on her own—despite sexism—is a lesson in why she supports Hillary Clinton
Most Jews traditionally vote Democratic, but these results suggest Trump may lose the voting segment by even greater margins than past Republican candidates
In her acceptance speech, Hillary Clinton laid the foundation for a broad-based presidential coalition. But she also risked trying to be all things to all people, and coming across as lacking core convictions.
Why the Democratic presidential nominee’s steadfast nonideological wonkiness is less about her, and more about us
The pin was a gift from officials at the National Jewish Democratic Council, who never expected him to wear it
The Vermont senator did everything in his power to unify the party behind its nominee—and against Donald Trump. Will it be enough?
For one, not to underestimate the impact of her just getting there
Jared Kushner came to the defense of his father-in-law, Donald Trump, after the presidential hopeful posted an anti-Semitic tweet bashing Hillary Clinton. One wonders when Kusher, an Orthodox Jew, will get the memo.