(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.
The ascension of insidious forces to unprecedented power in America represents a moment of truth for American Jewish politics.
Though it’s tempting to lose faith in polls after this election, Saxe, Krasner Aronson, and Boxer argue that they are actually essential. Here’s why.
If American Jews want to keep their whiteness, or at least their welfare in the United States, they must do everything in their capacity to help stop or contain Donald Trump and the bigoted ideology he has incubated.
As the campaign moves to the finish line, with less than a month left, one finds a number of significant new developments emerging among Jewish voters.
Though seemingly surprising, the fact that Roy Cohn mentored Donald Trump makes a startling amount of sense, Lana Adler argues.
Trump boasted that “Nobody but Donald Trump will save Israel.” But the real challenge is to save Israel from Donald Trump.