“If you think that our movement to make America great again has anything to do with white supremacy, anti-semitism or racism of any kind, you have misunderstood everything I have said for the past year and a half.”
My word of the year for 2017 is “evidence.”
The following is purportedly a leaked transcript of President Trump’s speech from the National Prayer Breakfast.
Andrew Ramer’s exhilarating new book “Torah Told Different” invents an entire Jewish counter-history. To Jay Michaelson, it’s almost like reading sci-fi.
‘Silence,’ Martin Scorsese’s gut-wrenching new film about a young Jesuit priest in medieval Japan, may seem surprisingly familiar to Jewish viewers.
The coming Trump administration presents so many potential risks, it’s hard to know which to feel anxious about. When I feel overwhelmed, I find that it helps to make lists. Here, then, in a rough order of danger, but also grouped by category, are 50 things for American Jews to be worried about as the new administration takes shape.
‘You Want It Darker’ was Leonard Cohen’s final album — also one of his most Jewish and one of his best.
A month ago, the Electoral College blocking Donald Trump was a Democratic pipe dream. Now, the electors who will convene across the country on December 19 have a sacred duty to withhold their votes from Trump, and three constitutional reasons to do so.
Jay Michaelson says we’ve got Steve Bannon all wrong.
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.