These are dark days for Republicans, Noam Neusner writes. What can party stalwarts take away from this politically life-changing moment, and how will they rebuild?
If the third intifada erupts, the role of social media will be unprecedented. Noam Neusner explains who the winners will be if this uprising is waged on YouTube and Facebook.
Liberal Jews are dancing gleefully on Eric Cantor’s political grave. But Noam Neusner writes they shouldn’t gloat — his loss is a sign of big trouble for them too.
Democrats in Congress have not vocally supported the new interim nuclear deal with Iran, writes Noam Neusner. Could this be a sign that they are ready to turn on the president?
Of all the things we’ve learned about the Internal Revenue Service, the most amazing is this: The tax man (or woman) has a keen sense for the proper place for God in our lives.
When terror struck, exhausted Boston Marathon runners helped the injured. Noam Neusner, who completed the race, says that teaches us a vital lesson about perseverence in the face of evil.
Would you wear a JewBelt, a device to measure how seriously you take your religion? Practice makes perfect, and Noam Neusner argues Judaism needs to up its game.
With the election over, Jewish conservatives now must decide where to turn their attention. Noam Neusner proposes a new focus on immigration reform.
President Obama’s victory wasn’t revelatory. He simply channeled George W. Bush’s timeworn strategy to win a second term in the White House.
As a result of Barack Obama’s policies, America’s friends are fewer in the Middle East, its influence smaller, its strategic position weakened. Does that sound like a winning policy?