From political debates to online memes, Nazi comparisons are everywhere. But when, if ever, is that kind of rhetoric appropriate?
Does the southwest Syria ceasefire make a Iranian presence on Israel’s border more or less likely? A great deal depends on Moscow.
Shouldn’t Gorka, a terrorism advisor, have anything better to do than defend Trump Jr. on TV? Unless, of course, he doesn’t have a security clearance.
Jewish intellectuals, who have helped define conservative thought since at least the Reagan era, are now politically homeless.
Think of her as a superheroine whose power is making marriage happen.
America isn’t playing its century-old role as the chief manager of the global economy and leader of the world community.
Rather than seeking to suppress objectionable speech, those who care about Israel should promote more good speech, both in the U.S. and abroad.
The social media message brought contributor Allan Gerson back to his childhood spent in a post-war German refugee camp.
A rabbi, a priest and an imam write to say that the heartlessness of the Senate health care bill violates every religious principle.
A Forward interview with the Minnesota Senator and ex-SNL star shows he is arguably good enough and smart enough to compete for The White House.
Jewish tradition teaches us that we do not own the land but rather hold it in trust for God and for future generations.
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