Rolling commentary on the Republican National Convention, as it happens
Unexpectedly—and with great relief—Chelsea and Ivanka were not sized up together based upon their appearances. But their speeches could not have felt more different.
The travesty that unfolded in Cleveland
In painting America as barren and embattled, Trump broke from conservative orthodoxy—and reality—while flashing glimmers of greater political prowess
A poem about the Republican National Convention
In an unprecedented moment in American politics, Cruz told delegates to ‘vote your conscience’ without naming his party’s nominee
‘I would bet a gefilte fish that this was sabotage’ is a thing the white supremacist actually said
A unique venue has been conjured up to serve a motley crew of Jews
When the former governor of Hawaii talked about Jewish stuff, faceless Internet trolls filled a YouTube chat room with hate
Is it a harbinger of things to come, or the last gasp of the #NeverTrump movement?
The general ignorance, assumption of worst motives, and vitriol that greeted Lookstein’s abortive decision to speak at the RNC sounded more like Trump than his opposition
What to expect at the Republican National Convention, where Tablet’s Yair Rosenberg will be reporting live
Citing Donald Trump’s presumptive nomination, a number of companies and wealthy individuals have reneged on their contributions to the convention, Politico reported
The Republican presidential candidate has Jewish family members and friends. Here’s who they are.
The real reason Jewish conservatives hate Trump. Hint: It has nothing to do with Iraq.
Forget Clint Eastwood’s surreal speech.
For some Jewish conservatives, the RNC is a chance to be vocal about politics they usually keep quiet