‘Socialism’ has long been a dirty word in American politics. But if the New Hampshire primary results and youth voting habits are anything to go by, that may be changing.
Republican presidential candidates are actively bringing God onto the campaign trail. Jane Eisner asks if a new generation of voters with few ties to organized religion — the ‘nones’ — may force them to change.
The ‘liberation’ of the Kotel has always been a largely Diasporic fight, and as such, was bound to be laden with compromise, Jane Eisner writes.
Jane Eisner envies voters in Iowa and New Hampshire, whose voices actually count during primary season. How can we change the system so that Jews’ and other minorities’ voices count, too?
Jane Eisner says labeling products made in West Bank settlements allows consumers who oppose — or support — Israel’s occupation to make informed choices. But a sweeping boycott of all companies that do business in the territory is a counterproductive and blatantly unfair, she writes.
With liberal values under threat in Israel, some say American Jews should be speaking out. But Jane Eisner asks: Is it really our job to save Israeli Jews from themselves?
Liberals slammed the Israeli Chief Rabbi for not being open to dialogue. Then they praised Ayman Odeh for the same behavior. Jane Eisner asks: Why the inconsistency?
The Forward salary survey, now in its seventh year, is an unparalleled collection and analysis of important data about who is leading the big national Jewish charities in America and what they are earning.
Transparency. Conversation. Fairness. Those are the aims of the Forward’s salary survey, now published for the seventh year. Click on our chart to find out how much Jewish not-for-profit CEOs are making.
Extremists hope to use violence to prevent women from having access to safe and legal abortions. After the latest attack on Planned Parenthood, Jane Eisner explains why Judaism tells us we can be pro-choice and pro-life.