Donald Trump may not be analogous to Hitler, but Jews know all too well what we need to fear from the current administration.
Might Jews be finally becoming more conservative? It hasn’t happened yet, says Neal Gabler, and he hopes it never will.
Kirk Douglas turns 100 on December 9. Neal Gabler tells of the Jewish history and explosive rage of the Jewish actor who was born Issur Danielovich.
Neal Gabler thinks we live in a pretty vicious country these days, and there’s a clear group to blame: the trolls. He describes his time among them.
Neal Gabler regrets that, when his father was alive, he never gave him the love and respect he was due. This thoughtful and thought-provoking essay offers the man a well-deserved appreciation.
Has there ever been a Jewier Jew than Barbra Streisand in American pop culture? To Neal Gabler, who has written a new biography of Babs, Streisand’s greatest accomplishment was transforming her Jewishness into a metaphor.
We all have a secret self, one we live out in private. For Neal Gabler, that self — which awaits dream jobs and Powerball winnings‚ lives in his spam folder.
“All men are Jews except they don’t know it,” Bernard Malamud once said. As he looks back on American culture and politics in 2015, Neal Gabler wonders if that statement still holds true.
Once upon a time, Jewish Americans would never buy a Ford or a Volkswagen or get a tattoo. Things are different now. And, as Neal Gabler contemplates his daughter’s VW, he tries to figure out why.
The man responsible for “Everybody Loves Raymond” now has a new show on PBS — “I’ll Have What Phil’s Having,” which tours great cities and famous restaurants. But Neal Gabler wants to know if Phil Rosenthal knows where to find a decent boiled chicken.