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.
Merrick Garland’s nomination just might restore the high court to its rightful status as a nerdy hall of intellectual debate rather than a convenient vehicle for partisan advance, Ari Paul writes.
Jews should take a lesson from Chicago activists, who showed that our response to Donald Trump’s barbarity should be brave confrontation — not escape to Canada, Ari Paul writes.
Michael Bloomberg promised he’d let the nation know by this month if he’d run for president as a self-funded independent. Here’s why that was never meant to be, according to Ari Paul.
The historic alliance of Jews and African Americans has been in decline for decades. Ari Paul says Bernie Sanders could leverage current economic woes to reunite us — if he’s willing to own that goal.
Democratic voters shouldn’t back Hillary Clinton just because pundits say she can get things done, Ari Paul writes. Here’s why you may as well vote for the candidate who best represents your interests.
It’s kind of hard to picture Bernie Sanders engaging in an Iowan pie-eating contest. And yet, Ari Paul asks, is the corn-fed, Midwestern state ready for an East Coast Jew?
On their own, they seem like mere slip-ups that amount to nothing. But taken together, the media’s treatments of Bernie Sanders’s Jewish background smell of anti-Semitism, Ari Paul argues.
Ani DiFranco’s decision to host a gig at a former plantation says plenty about Dixie’s collective amnesia when it comes to the past. As Jews, we know there’s another way.
Labor is focused on organizing low-wage workers and safety issues, especially after recent horrific factory tragedies. But maybe unions should push for all of us to work a little less.