History recent and ancient.
Donald Trump’s team of amateurs saw what the experts couldn’t.
“You don’t need to be looking for anti-Semites under every bed. Then again, many are jumping up and down on the bed.”
Support the right candidate, and rants about “the Jewish underground media mafia” will be forgiven.
Has Christian Zionism already peaked in the United States at the same time that it’s just beginning to pick up steam in Africa, Asia, and Latin America?
“The new secular conservatives and the old religious right are bound together in an uneasy partnership.”
The loss of U.S. credibility has been a boon for Tehran.
Democrats might balk at extending $10 billion to Vladimir Putin.
The former U.S. ambassador to Israel joins the podcast to reflect on his tenure and to provide an inside look at some of the most consequential American policies toward Israel in decades.
And downgrading U.S. allies.
David Friedman vs. the striped-pants boys.
Of all the expletives, the f-word alone continues to be partially censored. Perhaps that’s because it still connotes menace in a way that other expletives do not.
The deal would at best have slowed them down, while giving them more money.
The clash within liberal democracy.