It’s easy to blame Trump for the acrimonious state of our political discourse. But it’s up to the rest of us whether we follow or reject his example.
The House’s health care bill may say little about what a final bill would actually look like, but it says a lot about who we are as Americans.
People say that Jewish college students are losing their identity, but research shows that isn’t totally the case.
One can have visions of shenere un be sere velt, a better and more beautiful world, as prophesied by the Workmen’s Circle, when reading the delusional praise of Linda Sarsour in the Forward by New York City Councilmember Brad Lander. Alas, his naive ilk bears historical precedence in bad Jewish outcomes. Before getting to the state of American Jewry, however, I must correct some misperceptions that Lander and so many others have regarding free speech on campus.
Shalom Y’all is referred to as an “Appropriative Business”; a Lebanese alternative suggested.
Reporter Deborah Cotton, who died four years after being shot at a New Orleans Mother’s Day parade, fought for crime survivors and prison reform.
On February 21, the cemetery in St. Louis where several members of my family are buried was desecrated by cowardly, anti-Semitic vandals. Minutes after I posted about it on social media, I got a text from Linda Sarsour expressing sympathy and offering to help. One day later, she had organized thousands of Muslims across the United States to raise over $80,000.
The Forward reports on the surge of anti-Semitism across the country and around the world.
Anti-Semitism occurs in one of two ways: discrimination for being different, and discrimination for being the same.
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas will soon meet with President Trump at the White House for the first time. After strongly proclaiming support for Israel throughout his presidential campaign, Trump now has an opportunity to reach out to Benjamin Netanyahu’s counterpart. Here’s what top Middle East hands say about the critical summit.
Instead of attending marches and repeating “Not my president,” start working to create policies to push through the day Trump is out of office.
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