John Kasich gave an impromptu 20-minute speech about hope and religious faith to a suburban New York Orthodox synagogue.
(JTA) — If Ohio Gov. John Kasich’s visit to Hasidic Brooklyn this week had yielded only one amusing moment, Dayenu – it would have been enough.
When Republican Bethany Mandel spoke out against Donald Trump, she was called a ‘slimy Jewess’ and told she ‘deserves the oven.’ Then something even scarier happened.
A Florida Jew who voted for Donald Trump explains why establishment elites are losing Jews like him to the Republican front-runner.
To expect that AIPAC shun Republican front-runner Donald Trump is to mistake the whole purpose of the Israel lobby, J.J. Goldberg writes.
Donald Trump is on pace to destroy the Republican Party as we know it. His demagogic rise has sparked equal parts anger and glee among some of his opponents, but Jane Eisner writes it’s terrible news for the Jews — and a big blow to Israel.
More than 1.2 million Jews live in the states participating in next Tuesday’s primaries, affectionately dubbed “Super Duper Tuesday.” Some 650,000 of them reside in Florida, comprising about 3.5 percent of the general population, though their electoral weight might be much greater: Florida Jews are significantly older than the rest of the population, with a higher level of political participation.
Holocaust survivors say the rise of Donald Trump is reason to be nervous. Holocaust scholars say such fears are exaggerated. Which group should we believe?
These are dark days for Republicans, Noam Neusner writes. What can party stalwarts take away from this politically life-changing moment, and how will they rebuild?
When liberals get angry at Donald Trump — even comparing him to Hitler — that only legitimizes his success and gives fuel to his momentum, Ido Levy writes.