We owe Adelson thanks. But we owe it to the American people to question the model that made his generosity possible.
The true mystery of American life is not why we’re polarized but why we aren’t, despite the fact that our politicians and media want us to be.
The Democratic presidential primary campaign has felt like a joke, a perfect amalgamation of positive and negative forces that cancel each other out.
AIPAC provided the left with fodder for their own pernicious claims comparing Israel to white supremacists committing genocide against Muslims.
Almost as horrifying as the attacks themselves is the inability of those whose job it is to protect the vulnerable to figure out what is causing them.
We are rededicating ourselves to one of the Forward’s core missions: being a platform for civil discourse.
If you think allowing Jews to be protested for being Jews isn’t represent a red line, I have nothing more to say to you, and nothing I want to hear.
Sanders evolution hasn’t been on his Jewishness; it’s been on immigration, the new frontier of identity politics.
American Jews can no longer ignore the fact that neither of the parties is willing to stand up for us against their own party members.
Trump’s suggestion that critics of America are less American, and even worthy of being denaturalized, is an extremely dangerous one.