The question is whether Israel is a part of your Jewish life. The question is whether you care.
In times of peril and uncertainty, there’s no greater threat to a democratic society than the breakdown in civil dialogue.
Partisans on both sides of the Israel-Palestine divide employ the same poisonous rhetoric against each other — with only a word or phrase difference.
The Clinton campaign almost used Anthony Weiner as a Donald Trump stand-in during her debate prep last fall.
Moderated by chief political correspondent Jake Tapper, the debate will take place in front of a live audience next Tuesday at 9 p.m.
The debate idea originally surfaced in May, after Milo Yiannopoulos challenged Ben Shapiro to a debate on his Facebook page.
In the midst of a harshly, often hateful election campaign, and amid a Jewish community increasingly divided over Israel, some 300 attendees gathered to see Wolpe moderate a debate — “a conversation,” he insisted — between exemplars of the mainstream community’s polar opposites on the biggest question facing the Jewish state.
With groping allegations swirling around Donald Trump, rapper Eminem’s out with the cutting single, “Campaign Speech,” which takes aim at the Republican nominee. And white supremacist David Duke is not happy about it.
t last night’s presidential debate, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump interrupted each other, slung insults and raised their voices. But the most notable shout fest might have preceded the big face-off, as campaign surrogates Mark Cuban and Rudy Giuliani battled it out in the CNN spin room.
It was a rocky night for Donald Trump at last night’s third and final presidential debate. According to neoconservative John Podhoretz, it went so bad that even Trump seemed to realize he would never make it to the White House.