The nationally syndicated columnist joins us for a discussion about contemporary sexual mores and family life.
A new book forthrightly stares the various brands of French anti-Semitism in the face. Whether the author succeeds in placing them in their proper context is another question.
The Middle East analyst stops by to talk about his recent blockbuster essay in Mosaic.
The son of the late columnist discusses his father’s thinking about Israel, faith, and Jewish ideas, and summons memories of shared Jewish life at home.
No agreement is better than a bad deal that boosts Moscow’s prestige at the expense of regional security.
Cohabitation and kinlessness.
Moscow spreads anti-Semitism while claiming to fight it.
The author of a book about the way progressive politics have come to define Judaism for many Jews drops by the studio to talk about the politics of the Jewish world.
When he learned just how much power the likes of Richard Dawkins had amassed, the writer Scott Shay decided to fight back.
Couching its rhetoric in slogans like “social justice,” “due process,” and “resistance.”
It’s part of a trend away from names that once projected clear identities (Workers’ Party) and toward the politics of advertising (There Is a Future).
And pursue more modest goals.