Maybe now that Bernie Sanders has become the first Jewish candidate to win a presidential primary he’ll start getting the Joe Lieberman treatment.
Republican presidential candidates are actively bringing God onto the campaign trail. Jane Eisner asks if a new generation of voters with few ties to organized religion — the ‘nones’ — may force them to change.6
There is only one hope for moderate Republicans: that a Trump/Sanders, Cruz/Sanders or Rubio/Sanders general election match-up gets Michael Bloomberg into the race as an independent, Jay Michaelson writes.84
Bernie Sanders’s time on a kibbutz affiliated with Hashomer Hatzair should be a proud talking point for the leftist candidate, not an embarrassment, A. Daniel Roth argues.34
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