The entertainment industry famously, or infamously, depending on your perspective, leans Democratic. And Jewish celebrities are no exception.
Unless America has metamorphosed completely, it is an intolerance that is bound to emerge and grow steadily stronger if a Brooklyn-born, Jewish son of a Holocaust survivor from Poland seems poised to become America’s strongest leader, even if his name sounds lily-white American like Sanders.
The Hillary Rodham Clinton presidential campaign named a veteran campaigner for Democrats with strong ties to the organized Jewish community as its Jewish outreach director.
Bernie Sanders is trying to craft a politics that unites black and white working-class voters around their common economic interests. J.J. Goldberg watches him take dead aim at Hillary Clinton’s so-far-solid black support — and asks if he might just have a chance.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders sued the Democratic National Committee in federal court on Friday to regain access to crucial voter files and accused party leaders of trying to undermine his White House bid and help rival Hillary Clinton.
The head of the Republican Jewish Coalition is one of the top paid CEOs in this year’s salary survey of Jewish not-for-profit leaders. So why has its Democratic counterweight shut its office and dumped all of its paid staff?
For two and a half hours on October 13, the five Democratic candidates for president debated all manner of domestic and foreign issues in a spirited exchange where the questions were more productive and the answers more substantive than anything we’ve seen from the Republicans until now. But there was one subject that never made it to prime time: Israel.
The first Democratic presidential debate focused mostly on economic issues, although foreign policy differences emerged on how to handle the crisis in the Middle East.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders brought his liberal message to evangelical stronghold Liberty University, delivering an impassioned moral plea for economic equality.
Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont, the longest-serving independent member of the U.S. Congress, will announce his candidacy for the Democratic presidential nomination on Thursday, Vermont Public Radio reported on Tuesday.