As more Jewish voters move away from the Democratic Party, there may be more room for moderate GOP candidates to gain support.
Rep. Jamie Raskin of Maryland said Thursday that he “felt a tremendous sense of history and responsibility” in leading the second impeachment case against former President Donald Trump, and still feels “we should have gotten 100 votes” to convict. But Raskin expressed no regrets about how the trial unfolded, and shifted focus to the group of nine House managers he led, describing it as “remarkable teamwork.”
The campaign of Gideon Sa’ar, the conservative rival of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, announced on Tuesday that it had suspended its cooperation with four American political strategists affiliated with the Lincoln Project less than a month after they were hired.
There are mixed feelings in the Jewish community about Gillibrand, as the senator defends her outreach efforts and work in D.C.
The detainees wish to await the results of their deportation cases at home rather than in jail, where they are at high risk of contracting COVID.
Unfortunately, the gaping divide in our country’s politics is reflected, in miniature, within the Jewish community.
In Judaism, like in this nation’s history, we have embedded values that are both a matter of faith as well as day-to-day law.
Aaron Coleman pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of harassment when he was 14.
German-born scholars of the Holocaust and genocide compare 1930s Germany with today’s United States.
In 5780, the political news didn’t stop