“The worst thing someone has done should not necessarily obliterate all the contributions he or she has made to the greater good.”
I am grappling with the emotional and cognitive dissonance of being forced to look at someone in a new, unflattering light.
Sanctuary cities — and other forms of resistance against unjust laws — are not only acceptable, but also necessary.
What a week to be away!
Brett Kavanaugh is smart, smooth, savvy and well-connected but he may well be another “minority justice” out of step with American opinion.
A truly repentant journalist would recognize the more subtle but equally insidious ways in which women are diminished or erased from public life.
In Chautauqua, Jane Eisner found peace and inspiration in services that emphasize pluralism and an embrace of the “other.”
He is a seasoned politician from Israeli aristocracy, but in this exclusive interview, Isaac Herzog shows he still has to learn about American Jews.
I have come to realize that I am very much an American. More than a partisan for specific policies, I am focused on protecting my country.
We need another Trumpatorium, a declaration against the rising tide of intolerance in American public discourse.