Rabbi Nathan Diament’s response to my column about Betsy DeVos perfectly reflects the short-sightedness of the Orthodox Union’s approach to this issue.
DeVos isn’t just the fox in charge of the henhouse — she’s the shochet, the slaughterer, writes Jay Michaelson.
Tough outside, tender inside. Calling for both battle and compassion. Some say it’s contradictory — Jay Michaelson says it’s necessary.
Michelle Obama’s injunction to ‘go high’ didn’t exactly work out, now did it, Jay Michaelson writes.
As a queer Jewish journalist, Jay Michaelson is thrice targeted under Trump. And he’s one of the luckier ones.
It’s time to take a good hard look at the reasons many of us are still on Team Reluctant — and switch to Team Hell Yes I’m With Her, Jay Michaelson writes.
Curt Schilling asked Jake Tapper why Jews vote for a Democratic party which is “so clearly anti-Israel, so clearly anti-Jewish Israel.” This is my answer to Schilling.
Trump supporters who say the media is biased are alleging a conspiracy. And conspiracy theories feed into anti-Semitic logic, Jay Michaelson writes.
We overlook the Jewish Trumps, because they cut the checks and sit on our boards. And yet they are foul cretins, just like The Donald, Jay Michaelson writes.
After Jesse Watters’s triumphant trip to New York’s Chinatown, he headed south to Boro Park. Having spent time with people vaguely represented in the foreign policy discussion of the Vice Presidential candidates, he wanted to meet the Jews who have been the subjects of so many tweets by Donald Trump’s supporters. Here is the transcript.