We need something new. And AIPAC doesn’t offer it. But Bernie Sanders just might.
For the first time in American history, we have a Jewish candidate who stands a real chance of winning a major party presidential nomination.
Mike Bloomberg and Bernie Sanders both represent very real models of American Jewish politics.
For the right-wing, Sanders is somehow both an anti-Semite because he stands up for Palestinian rights and a Jewish agent of socialism.
Like most Democratic voters, Sanders sees being pro-Israel as fully compatible with supporting Palestinian rights.
Trump will invite Netanyahu and Gantz, both supporters of annexation, to the White House. They will endorse the plan.
Trump’s Jewish nationality order enables him to accuse his detractors of dual loyalty.
Surveys claiming overwhelming anti-Israel bias on campus are not what they seem.
Bloomberg and Sanders started in the same place, but took vastly different American Jewish paths.
We don’t have to follow the gentile tradition of keeping politics out of religion.