Zoom made the right call this time. But we all must prepare against the inevitable day when they do not.
Replacing Ginsburg before the election would be a travesty. Not figuring out how to carry on her legacy would be a tragedy.
Giving Khaled a platform is inviting an arsonist into your home and assigning her the task of lighting the dinner candles.
Better the far away Czar than the Cossacks barging through your door, vodka on their breath and murder in their hearts.
The Democratic nominee actually has to run two campaigns: to defeat Donald Trump and to save the left from an illiberal future.
The history of prejudice against Jews matters because we can use it to make sure others are spared the same fate.
The two women pose starkly different versions of the Democratic Party, especially when it comes to Israel.
At a time when American Jews are projecting their own fears onto Israel, the protests provide the opportunity to see Israel as it really is.
These election results are not the end of the world. But they do indicate that American Jews are not living in the best of all possible worlds.
So much of the culture has gone crazy. It is time to build a new one.