Jewish Democrats in New York City love Mayor Michael Bloomberg, but a plurality backed his strongest critic. Does this signal a shift in priorities of voters?
J Street’s leadership rarely strays too far from the communal consensus. Obama’s push to punish Syria raises the question: Is that a virtue, or a fatal flaw?12
Karen Lewis, President of Chicago Teacher’s Union and Jewish convert, has little in common with the city’s mayor other than faith. The two are now battling over local education.
Chief Rabbi Berel Lazar warns American Jews to avoid confronting President Vladimir Putin. He says nothing good comes out of butting heads with the Russian strongman.9
What do a Japanese rabbi and a Chinese restaurant have in common? It’s no punch line — just the unlikely story of Rabbi Theodore Tsuruoka and his Long Island shul.
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