How we lost our faith in the future and how to get it back
Two years after rioters stormed the Capitol, hundreds of defendants remain tied up in legal limbo and the government’s investigation is still growing
The real debate today isn’t between the left and right. It’s between those invested in our current institutions, and those who want to build anew.
There’s a time for goodbyes
And how to fix it
Growth is the problem. The solution is producerism, the hidden American philosophy.
Political scientist Louis Hartz accurately described the United States’ underlying cultural hyperindividualism. Is the next logical step the dissolution of the centralized federal state to become more like the EU?
A new book makes the case that the American worldview has always been rooted in the Five Books of Moses
How the Fourth of July brought me closer to my Jewish identity and changed my understanding of America
The long-standing interaction between anti-Americanism and anti-Semitism
On Yom Ha’atzmaut, Israeli Independence Day, lessons for our world from theirs
Without a sense of exceptionalism, a country of chosen people cannot prosper
Study reports nearly 1,000 incidents in 2014, up 21 percent from 2013
Revisiting the Founding Father’s Jewish day school days in the West Indies
Cuba relations and domestic policy main points of State of the Union address
Less than 400 Jews remain in the Mount Rushmore State
U.S. contractor was freed last week after five years in a Cuban prison
Jury declines to try NYPD officer in chokehold death of unarmed black man