“It makes sense that he ended up becoming what he’s become,” said Ossoff’s one-time ultimate coach. “It’s all about grit, being of higher mind.”
Warning: These senators were not the best guys.
My husband used that particular book so extensively, its covers had to be taped back on.
The Black-Jewish alliance has historically been rooted as much in common interests as in common dreams.
I voted for Ossoff in part because I saw myself represented in his Jewishness, and that representation mattered to me.
This week, as Rev. Raphael Warnock, a Black man, and Jon Ossoff, a Jew, were declared twin victors as Georgia’s next Senators, I felt joy and triumph.
If Trump represents our worst demons, the results in Georgia are the signatures of our better angels.
This wasn’t Jon Ossoff’s first race.
Here’s a recap of the Jewish drama in both races, which are going down to the wire.
In the circles decrying Warnock and Ossoff’s histories on Israel, Trump’s loss is still the subject of raging conspiracy theories.