Reviving Benjamin Disraeli’s legacy.
“Yeah, like not every Jew is problematic, but the sad fact is that most are.”
“For Rabbi Navon, there is nothing less authentic than searching for authenticity.”
A conversation about how small magazines develop and publish big Jewish ideas.
Individual freedom and traditional sensibilities.
A new history of the American right seeks from the first page to alert the reader to what it is not about: the 40th president. But in the end conservatives can’t escape Reagan—nor should they.
“The new secular conservatives and the old religious right are bound together in an uneasy partnership.”
The Bible, Orthodox Judaism, and a post-Roe America.
Thrown out of a Moishe House for committing wrongthink.
An intrinsically Jewish attitude and its political significance.
The conservative patriarch.
The left wants freedom from religion; the old right wants freedom for religion; and the new right just wants religion.
To ease social animosities and heal political wounds, leaders and citizens in America and Israel must rededicate themselves to the principles of liberal democracy.