George Washington used the quote in his letter to the Hebrew Congregation in Newport. But its history is fraught.
Joe Biden gave the speech we needed to hear on Wednesday. And he was the absolute right person to deliver it.
Bernie Sanders doesn’t have time for all the pomp and circumstance of the inauguration. He’s just trying to stay warm.
Among your closer Jewish friends, together, your administration will always affectionately be known as “Mamala and the Mench.”
In his address, Biden cited Scripture and an operatic anthem penned by a librettist known for works based on the lives of Holocaust survivors.
Many questioned the song’s use in a memorial for those who died of Covid-19. Do they have a point?
“We need Joe Biden to tell us who we might yet still be.”
Quite a few presidents have betrayed an affinity for Jewish bible verses, sentiments and ideas through their inaugural speeches.
After riots filled with Holocaust references and violence, DC’s Jews aren’t sure what the inauguration will bring.
According to a story from Buzzfeed, an Israeli tech company may have falsely accused Donald Trump of plagiarizing parts of his inaugural address.