The public has the right to ask whether Sebastian Gorka, a man with alarming associations and a checkered academic resume, should be in the White House room when national security issues are debated and decided.
Voucher programs will never be a long-term solution to what ails American education; there simply are not enough seats in private schools to replace public classrooms.
There is something liberating about the realization that I will never make perfect Hamantaschen for Purim.
While skeptics decry the politicization of anti-Semitism by forces opposed to President Trump, they are guilty of doing the very same thing in support of his agenda.
The Forward is honored to join Documenting Hate, a national initiative spearheaded by ProPublica.
Was Donald Trump’s February 28 address to a joint session of Congress the president’s bar mitzvah speech? It’s as if the wild, unruly kid decided to rise to the occasion in a deliberate attempt to offer a glimpse of what he could be.
President Trump delivered an unexpectedly presidential speech when he addressed a joint session of Congress last night, but the undercurrent was still a fierce nationalism. Here’s how Jane Eisner reacted.
As the Sanctuary Movement picks up steam in response to President Trump’s harsh immigration directives, and synagogues consider joining, Jane Eisner is uneasy. Here’s why.
Desecrating a cemetery is a heinous and cowardly act. That is why the vandalism in Jewish cemeteries in St. Louis and now Philadelphia demands response — and soul-searching.
President Trump’s belated denunciation of anti-Semitism is welcome and necessary. But for Jane Eisner, that’s only the first step.