Why are we so afraid to say something so obvious out loud? How will our children know how important this is if we are too afraid to say it?
If there’s a mea culpa for me to issue this election season, it’s mostly to my own Russian Jewish community.
When it comes to Russia, Republicans are following Donald Trump into territory that belies everything they’ve believed, writes Karol Markowicz.
Karol Markowicz tried to put herself in the shoes of an undecided voter watching Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton square off. It was nearly impossible.
Karol Markowicz responds to the accusation leveled against her, and voters like her, by Caroline Glick.
We’re not used to thinking of Hillary Clinton as more pro-Israel than the GOP. But then, the GOP front-runner isn’t usually ‘neutral,’ Karol Markowicz writes.
Why are we so surprised that two people who disagreed profoundly, as Antonin Scalia and Ruth Bader Ginsburg often did, would be capable of friendship?
Marco Rubio, who finished a strong third in the Iowa caucus, represents a new kind of American story — one that appeals to Karol Markowicz’s immigrant roots.
Anti-Semites already believe that Jews have too much influence in American politics. Now, they can point to Ann Coulter’s GOP debate diatribe as a mainstream affirmation of their beliefs, Karol Markowicz writes.