6 Things To Remember on Quebec Election Day

As citizens of Quebec prepare to vote for a new provincial government, Anne Cohen explains what’s at stake for Jews —  not just up north, but everywhere.


This Oped Will Not Tell You How Great We Are

The public communication of most Jewish organizations is all about naked self-promotion, writes Ken Gordon. But what if those organizations changed from being boosters to educators?


Rightist Foils Bid to Open Books of Settlement Unit

The Israeli government continues to enjoy a measure of deniability in settlement activity, thanks to a postponed vote on the bill that would force transparency, writes J.J. Goldberg.


The Year of Magical Thinking

From reactions to ‘Noah’ to the Haredi belief that praying protects the Jewish state, we’re living in a time of magical thinking. What happened to facts, asks Jay Michaelson.


On Yarzeit, Recall King's Last Battle: Labor Rights

On Martin Luther King Jr.’s yarhzeit, J.J. Goldberg recalls King’s last crusade, cut short, for economic justice, and the promise of a new black-Jewish alliance that died with him.

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