Israel’s relationship with China threatens its relationship with America.
When do my Jewish interests and American interests conflict? After much careful internal deliberation, I have concluded that they do not.
The fulfillment of the Jewish dream has made the question of whether to prioritize our Jewish identity or that of our country of birth more complex.
Andrew Porwancher’s The Jewish World of Alexander Hamilton dissects the Founding Father’s unique relationship to the Jewish community.
An emotional connection to our Judaism cannot be our only solace. Knowledge is the solution to the problem Jewish students face today.
Often, it seems that the people who talk about diversity never visit diverse communities. People seem to think that diversity is based on how one looks. True diversity is not about how someone looks, but how they act.
Decisive action must be taken in the fight against individual liberties - the future of the American experiment our Founders fought to preserve is at stake.
The internet leaves people free to judge and shame others without remorse. Should Jews take part in this culture of shame, or would Jewish tradition say this is taking accountability too far?
To many, what constitutes American values is obvious: private property, civil liberties, the rule of law, and political equality, to name a few. But these values are hardly exclusively American. In fact, these notions are often the extension of ideas first found directly in the Tanakh.
On Christmas Day, 1991, the hammer-and-sickle banner that had fluttered over the Kremlin for 70 years was lowered for the last time, replaced by the new flag of the Russian…