“Jews come in all sizes and shapes, and some are very good and some are not so good.”
All Esther Koontz wanted to do was train fellow math teachers to be more effective in the classroom.
California Democrat Adam Schiff, one of President Trump’s chief critics in Congress, is calling on fellow Democrats to wait before trying to use a constitutional move to force Trump out of office.
In the biggest state of the lower forty-eight, law requires that all roadside memorials for dead motorcyclists bear blood-red crosses.
Unlike parliamentary democracies, which can dissolve legislatures and dismiss prime ministers at will, the U.S. Constitution makes removing a president a national trauma. The process is meant to ensure stability. It worked for 229 years. But the Founders didn’t fathom the likes of Trump.
President Donald Trump could have used his inaugural speech to send an uplifting, inclusive message that all Americans can unite as a people despite our very real differences on issues such as racial and class equality, immigration, education, free-speech and the nation’s place in the world.
Commentators and political enemies jumped up crying nepotism the moment on January 9 that the President-elect announced his appointment of his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, as Senior Adviser to the President in the White House Office.
If American Jews want to keep their whiteness, or at least their welfare in the United States, they must do everything in their capacity to help stop or contain Donald Trump and the bigoted ideology he has incubated.
With three years since the revolution in Tunisia and progress on a constitution that protects Jews and minorities, Robert Zaretsky can’t understand why this good news is being ignored.
Egyptian voters overwhelmingly approved a constitution drafted by President Mohamed Mursi’s allies, results announced on Tuesday showed, proving that liberals, leftists and Christians have been powerless to halt the march of Islamists in power.