Once, our hero was just an ordinary Jew, doing what he thought was good for Judaism and Israel. Then came Donald Trump and he knew something had to be done. That’s what Neal Pollack became a “Renegade Jew.”
Breitbart contributor David Horowitz was not joking when he termed fellow Jew Bill Kristol a “renegade Jew” for his opposition to Donald Trump, but conservatives and progressives broke Twitter with hilarious alternate uses for the nickname.
The window of opportunity for running a third party candidate, an option seen as a last hope for some Jewish Republicans, is closing quickly. With state filing deadlines already looming and no candidate seen in sight, the likelihood of a successful outsider campaign is fading and may already be doomed.
Senator Robert Menendez addresses AIPAC, March 2013 / Getty Images
Jon Stewart is back — and his people are celebrating with a compilation of his best Jewish moments. No mash-up would be complete without the hilarious Passover-vs.-Easter ‘faith off.’
Emergency Committee for Israel board member Bill Kristol told an Upper West Side audience last night that President Obama has “moved back to the center” on Israel.
Never thought I’d be saying this about Fox News, but I witnessed what may be a watershed moment for women — in a good way — on the Fox Sunday News show “Panel Plus.”
Readers of The New Republic know that Leon Wieseltier has an acid pen. But does he also have an itchy trigger finger?
Neocon chieftain and liberal bogeyman Bill Kristol made his debut as the newest New York Times columnist this weekend. His choice of inaugural topic? The great potential of candidate Huckabee — the same subject his fellow Weekly Standard hand turned Times Op Ed columnist David Brooks tackled months ago.