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Daniella J. Greenbaum

Mitt Romney

If Donald Trump’s ascension felt like the final nail in the coffin of the battle over the Republican Party’s soul, Mitt Romney’s Senate run proves...
Holocaust

Yes. That's the answer to a question posed by the headline of Shmuel Rosner's latest piece in the New York Times. Yes: Israeli students need...
nikki haley

Nikki Haley's diplomatic career is no longer nascent, but her support for the Jewish state, while no longer surprising, is still one of the most...
#metoo

Silence, Wordsworth wrote, "is a privilege of the grave, a right of the departed. Let him, therefore, who infringes that right by speaking publicly of,...
anti-semitism

When Shabbat services concluded at Beth Israel in Charlottesville, VA, last Saturday, Alan Zimmerman, president of the congregation, “advised congregants that it would be safer...
Jerusalem

Jerusalem, Israel — Fifty years ago, not long after the Six-Day War had concluded, my grandfather began the Jewish fast of Tisha B’av by reading...
israel

The idea that speech can itself constitute an act of violence grows ever more popular among the left’s leading polemicists. They argue that employing a...
conservative intellectuals

Writing in the Forward, Peter Beinart contends that conservative Jewish intellectuals are on the brink of extinction. “Over the coming years, environmental scientists will probably chronicle...
persuasion

When news broke that the University of California, Berkeley was trying to reschedule Ann Coulter’s speech due to threats of violence, the Twittersphere exploded. Here...
Holocaust

When the last survivor has gone, to whom does the mantle pass? When they can no longer tell their stories, who can? Who should? Who...
bds

Here in New York, the Columbia College Student Council has handed a resounding defeat to student activists calling on Columbia to divest from the State...