As Yeshiva University continues its search for a new president with an emphasis on financial sustainability, JTA has learned the name of at least one candidate: the deputy chief of staff for Sen. Ted Cruz’s presidential campaign this year.
Sheldon Adelson refused to meet with Ted Cruz after the conservative Texas senator failed to endorse Donald Trump in a controversial speech to the Republican convention, several media outlets reported.
On a night marked by discord, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz called for religious freedom and blasted the Iran nuclear deal in a controversial speech.
In a way, it’s been ADL’s moment: What better group to take the bull by the horns than the organization set up to confront exactly the kind of bigotry that Donald Trump and his supporters are promoting?
With Donald Trump all but crowned the Republican presidential nominee, the question is inescapable for Jewish Republicans: Can they rally behind the controversial standard-bearer?
When Bernie Sanders says ‘Palestine,’ you know where he’s coming from. Not so when Donald Trump says it. These distinctions are more than technicalities, Jane Eisner writes. The words matter.
About half of the sponsors of a New York fundraiser for Ted Cruz’s presidential candidacy are prominent pro-Israel and Republican Jewish figures, including Eliot Lauer, the longtime attorney for Jonathan Pollard.
Ted Cruz’s affinity for Israel has little to do with concern for the Jewish state and more to do with the fulfillment of a disturbing New Testament prophecy, Ari Paul writes.
Presidential candidate Ted Cruz criticized “New York values” months ago, but a visit to the city is prompting commentators to reflect anew on the phrase’s anti-Semitic connotations.
Ted Cruz is a passionate evangelical Christian who loves Israel and its people, so of course he visited a matzo-making factory.