It can be hard to make sense of the executive orders, appointments and tweets flowing from the White House in these early days, but Trump’s attentions to evangelicals provide a through line.
Here’s a collection of his greatest hits standing up to the Washington, D.C. powers-that-be, including Kellyanne Conway, Steve Bannon and Sean Spicer.
In a packed synagogue in Park Slope, Brooklyn Monday night, activists gathered to organize against Donald Trump.
Photo gallery of Park Slope anti-Trump meeting.
President Trump’s belated denunciation of anti-Semitism is welcome and necessary. But for Jane Eisner, that’s only the first step.
Attempting to avoid taking sides, Donald Trump rebukes Benjamin Netanyahu’s policy, but also endorses settlement activity.
For months, the #GrabYourWallet campaign has boycotted retailers selling Trump labels.
President Donald Trump’s pledge to “totally destroy the Johnson Amendment” could wreak legal havoc among not-for-profits.11
The Orthodox Union, one of the country’s leading Jewish groups, has adopted a religious ruling barring women from serving as clergy in its member congregations.137
Worries have evaporated among organizers about how to follow up on the January 21 Chicago Women’s March, which drew 250,000 protesters. Contrary to widespread concern about losing the energy that coalesced around the massive outpouring that took place in Chicago and other cities nationwide that day, said Donna Gutman, president of the North Shore chapter of the National Council of Jewish Women “We’ve been combating everything that’s raining down.”4
As Republicans and Democrats draw their battle lines over the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch as a Supreme Court associate justice, so do Jewish activists.
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