White liberals are leading a ‘woke’ revolution that is transforming American politics and making Democrats increasingly uneasy with Jewish political power
Finally face to face, after growing up learning about the other
In the conflicting views of two right-wing writers, competing visions for the future
Jules Feiffer’s American Follies: a Tweetastrophe in Paris
Some call him indispensable. To others, he’s an impediment to answering today’s challenges.
The Mueller Report is an unmitigated disaster for the American press and the ‘expert’ class that it promotes
Two new documentaries shed light on the work and thought of Steve Bannon
How religious Judaism helps shield the American president’s disparagement of globalism, cosmopolitanism, and other features of progressive secular Jewry from claims of anti-Semitism
Judging a rich man’s sins, in a world that thrives on outrage, humiliation, and fake virtue
From the Pilgrim founders to Donald Trump, ‘a belief in the exceptional role of an American nation’
Indignant solidarity for my fellow golf-club workers
The trap of pleasurable loathing
As Norman Podhoretz turns 89 today, he looks back on the long journey from Brooklyn to Manhattan
Time to stand up, America!
News of the News: How operatives used the Khashoggi murder and the American press for political ends
And why Trump’s military pullout represents not a new direction in foreign affairs but a coarse coda to a decade of institutional error
France’s Yellow Vests condemn violence but ‘have to admit that it is efficient’
The mullahs have all the time in the world. Donald Trump does not.
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How to brag about something that’s also kind of shameful
Millions of women mobilized against gender inequality and the election of Donald Trump in 2016. But only four of them ended up at the top—and the consequences have been enormous.
How President Donald Trump has been forthright about the actual drivers of American policy in the Middle East
Where’s my Roy Cohn?
Four scholars ask: Are the high birth rates and high tuitions sustainable?
Second in a series on the American left: Michael Walzer and Bernie Sanders
Understanding the Jewish billionaire—who is neither the villain of right-wing caricature, nor the angel of left-wing hagiography
Eighty years after that dark night in Europe, America’s midterms were a contest to see how much of the country could be mobilized on a basis of hysteria and mass loathing
Is American anti-Semitism really distinctive from that of other diaspora countries? Just how worried should we be?
Blaming Trump only gets you so far
News of the News: Like in the Middle East, U.S. political operatives and intelligence officials are increasingly using the cloak of journalism as a tool for their aims