“Judaism isn’t just about believing things; it’s about doing things. And so this is a perfect example of Torah in action,” said Betsy Sheerr.
The Palestinian high court in Ramallah has ruled that municipal elections scheduled for Oct. 8 cannot go ahead after a dispute over party lists and the inability to hold the vote in East Jerusalem, which has been annexed by Israel.
Jill Stein has a message to Israel: You’re not that special.
Eliminating the middleman, a New York Democratic candidate for Congress is going after her Republican rival’s financial backer, Jewish hedge fund billionaire Paul Singer.
Would your Jewish grandparents pass Donald Trump’s “extreme vetting” for potential immigrants to America? Would their country of origin fall under those “most dangerous and volatile regions of the world” from which immigration to the United States should be barred? Would they pass the bar of “those who share our values?”
An overwhelming majority of Louisiana residents hold an unfavorable view of racist Senate candidate David Duke, according to a new poll from the University of New Orleans. Duke, a former leader of the Klu Klax Klan and an avowed anti-Semite, recently announced his campaign.
David Blomstrom, one of eleven candidates for governor of Washington, has made educating the world about “Jewarchy” a central goal of his campaign.
Over the weekend, Iran held its first parliamentary election since the nuclear deal and it looks like reformists are coming out on top.
Michael Bloomberg now says he might run for president. But, J.J. Goldberg asks, is a Jewish billionaire from New York really what this race needs?
Jane Eisner envies voters in Iowa and New Hampshire, whose voices actually count during primary season. How can we change the system so that Jews’ and other minorities’ voices count, too?