Dianne Feinstein and Bernie Sanders recently dabbled in the practice. It’s unconstitutional and it never ends well for Jews or other minorities.
Imagine that family seder
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.
Representing Democrats Abroad, the candidate’s older brother paid tribute to him and their parents
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
A draft text of the Democratic party’s platform on Israel sets forth a ‘parallel acknowledgement of Israeli and Palestinian rights.’ But it doesn’t go as far as some would have liked.
The bromance continues
What the novelist’s 1976 conversation tells us about the 2016 presidential campaign, the persistence of change, and the durability of political ideas
Under normal circumstances, Sanders would be entirely justified in taking his campaign to the convention. But these are not normal circumstances and Trump is not a normal opponent.
The StreetWise podcast from TLV1 in Israel can help you use Hebrew to vote with your finger
Simone Zimmerman, a young, radical, and promising Jewish activist, was ultimately doomed for calling Benjamin Netanyahu a bad name on Facebook
When confronted on Saturday with the claim that Jews control the Federal Reserve, Wall Street, and every political campaign, Sanders did not quite rise to the occasion.
Contrary to the fulminations of the radical anti-Zionist left and hawkish pro-Israel right, Sanders’s mistake had nothing to do with his being anti-Israel, and everything to do with his not knowing much about foreign policy