Attempting to avoid taking sides, Donald Trump rebukes Benjamin Netanyahu’s policy, but also endorses settlement activity.
Podhoretz’s remark came after Conway told the Washington Post that the Trump administration and the media would be running the country together.
It was a rocky night for Donald Trump at last night’s third and final presidential debate. According to neoconservative John Podhoretz, it went so bad that even Trump seemed to realize he would never make it to the White House.
Why, J.J. Goldberg wonders, are critics attacking him for holding dangerous anti-Israel opinions when all he’s done is quote mainstream Israeli defense sources?
Did Eric Cantor lose because he’s Jewish? Instead of tiptoeing around the question, J.J. Goldberg says let’s just come out and say it: Of course he did.
The Pew study has left many of us searching for answers. But a recent discussion on the Upper West Side suggests solutions may be no further away than our own backyard.
It’s hard to know exactly how to respond to Vladimir Putin’s op-ed essay in the New York Times. But, J.J. has something to say.
Political writer and public intellectual Irving Kristol — a former Trotskyite who would break with the left and come to be known as the godfather of neoconservatism — died Friday in Washington. He was 89, and the cause of death was complications from lung cancer, The New York Times is reporting.
Commentary magazine was established in 1945 and, before Monday, only changed its design three times, so the launch of this fourth iteration of the venerable conservative magazine with deep Jewish roots had a certain celebratory air to it. Extreme makeover, it was not. But even though the sit-down luncheon in a paneled room at the Harvard Club was as clubby as the address implies, it was sweet to see the way change comes to even those who proudly resist it.