You might say, without exaggeration, that COVID is the world. Or that the world, for this brutal interval, is COVID’s. We live in plague times.
Eventually, we’ll recover, but we will never be quite the same. Now, at this moment of uncertainty, is the time to imagine the future.
The familiar face sleepwalking through Iowa has authored the greatest comeback in primary history.
Jews love Israel - but don’t vote on it, and other things everyone gets wrong about Jewish voters
For the first time in American history, we have a Jewish candidate who stands a real chance of winning a major party presidential nomination.
The danger of this moment might be something like the opposite; are our ideas and ideals strong enough? Are we ready for primetime?
Trump interfering in Stone’s sentencing is part of a pattern of a Presidency whose instincts lean closer to Banana Republic than Federalist Papers.
Shouldn’t such a Jew, closer to the mountaintop than any before, uniquely situated to lead and inspire, take his responsibility a bit more seriously?
After much delay, the Trump Administration this week announced that its Israeli-Palestinian peace plan, the “deal of the century,” is finally set.
Success for the socialist dream of universality will always end up liquidating Jewish particularity.