With the release of a new poll, Jay Michaelson says we need to review what a one-state, Jewish-control solution really means.
Ishmael teases Isaac. Esau is favored over Jacob. Goliath looms large over David. But the bullied one always wins over the bully.
As virtual reality and augmented reality take over, we may not care so much about bonds of tribe like Jewish peoplehood, Jay Michaelson writes.
Tim Kaine’s DNC speech was as goyish as a Christmas sweater. That Midwestern, white-bread sensibility is exactly what we need right now, Jay Michaelson writes.
Love him or hate him, former President Bill Clinton delivered a masterpiece of oration last night, a “Checkers” speech for the 21st century. He also reminded us why the spiritual is political and the political is spiritual.
It’s hard to be a cheerleader when the world’s about to end.
Jews who are supporting Trump because of Israel should do the opposite. A Trump presidency would be an existential threat to the Jewish state, Jay Michaelson writes.
It is practically impossible to defend against this endless, global war of attrition, so we must attack it with cold, hard reason.
Each time something like this happens, white people ask, ‘What can be done?’ If you’re still asking, you haven’t been listening.
It’s July 4 weekend, and we’re all watching the fireworks together: my partner and I, and a few hundred strangers. And it occurs to me: What I love about America is not what the loudest America-lovers love. In fact, I have a sense that it’s the opposite.