The Democratic National Committee chairwoman’s resignation — on the eve of what should have been her great triumph — was absolutely necessary and utterly avoidable, Jane Eisner writes.
If you’re an evangelical and you support Donald Trump, isn’t that, well, not very Christian of you?
On display last night was a presidential candidate who believes that he alone is the answer to everything, writes Jane Eisner. And that’s what was so truly dangerous about Donald Trump’s acceptance speech.
I’m glad that Ruth Bader Ginsburg apologized. I fear that won’t erase the lasting harm of her inappropriate comments about Donald Trump.
The Republican Party has rejected the two-state solution, the official policy of U.S. administrations for decades.
As the tributes pour in, it’s easy to forget how courageous and unusual it was for Elie Wiesel to write so honestly about the Holocaust decades ago. Jane Eisner remembers.
For the first time in the nearly 120 years of this legendary Jewish publication, there are women overseeing all publishing and editorial functions.
David Friedman tried to dismiss the one-day moratorium issued by our ‘far left-leaning publication with its roots in the Jewish socialist movement.’
We’ve decided to declare a moratorium on Trump coverage for one day. A Trumpatorium, if you will.
Both of the sides in the Middle-East conflict are in denial about the problems and their solutions. It’s not a political problem anymore, it’s a psychological one.