There is no sugarcoating this moment. We are facing extraordinary challenges as a country and as a community. Uncharted, unprecedented, unsettled.
As the campaign moves to the finish line, with less than a month left, one finds a number of significant new developments emerging among Jewish voters.
When Steven Windmueller taught Judaism in China, students greeted him with declarations like ‘Jews in America are influential and powerful!’ Then came the barrage of questions.
Steven Windmueller was deeply disturbed by Obama’s choice to act unilaterally on Cuba. Could that decision-making pattern threaten the U.S.-Israel relationship?
Latinos and Jews are increasingly seen as new partners within the American political story. Yet the two groups may also wind up battling for political power.