A national conspiracy could lie at the heart of an angry dispute that took place at a heavily Jewish suburban Chicago high school in February.
Students at New Trier High School were pleased and excited when Andrew Aydin, a close associate of civil rights icon and Democratic Congress member John Lewis, agreed to speak at their school on civil rights; even more so when Colson Whitehead, the widely lauded author of the best-selling novel, “The Underground Railroad,” agreed to join him. But that was before a group calling itself Parents of New Trier launched a website devoted to protesting Seminar Day.
We are drowning in a form of dualism that pits each of us against the other and aggravates every form of difference.
Since I have known him, Congressman Zeldin has been approachable and a good listener. So why is he under attack?
Wall Spitzer might be thinking about entering the political scene in her own right.
When you preach about politics, don’t mention the names of politicians or political parties. Just talk about policies, values and ideas.
(JTA) — With old favorites knocked out of France’s presidential race and the far-right National Front party making worrisome gains, many Jews are joining fellow voters in supporting Emmanuel Macron, the 39-year-old independent politician and surprising front-runner. A banker who is 18 years younger than the average age of past presidents in France, Macron was…
For some, referring to Trump’s behavior as “sinful” or “evil” may seem like an overstatement, but by failing to clearly identify it as such, one grossly devalues and ignores Judaism’s ethical system.
“These people in fact infest the Trump transition team, these people are going to infest our government as of January 20, and they are hand in glove with a similar group within the Israeli government,” Rashid Khalidi said.
Despite the apparent disappointments of party politics, NGO’s are not a suitable replacement, says Naftali Balanson.