Commentary editor-in-waiting John Podhoretz did some lively live-blogging of last night’s Democratic debate. His theme: The debate marked Hillary Clinton’s political funeral. And so Podhoretz said Kaddish and played “Taps” for her.
Elite lawyer Abbe Lowell is on a mission to push back against government secrecy. It's a mission that has found him both defending and opposing those advocating for Israel-related causes.
EDITORIAL: "Instead of banning all talk of boycott, we should engage it, counter it, defeat it in the marketplace of ideas, and come up with more compelling alternatives."
Gerald Shapiro was an award-winning writer whose great passion was teaching Jewish literature — in #Nebraska.
In his never-before-published final short story, two couples' casual acquaintanceship becomes something profoundly funny and strange. Enjoy!
"My sister's kids have started to gently mock the fact that my kids are observant. Children are impressionable, especially when it comes to the older, cooler cousins. How do I talk about this with my sister?"
This week's #Seesaw advice column:
Passover may have ended weeks ago, but for Israel's Samaritans, it's just begun! And what better way to celebrate than with an animal sacrifice?
Have you heard about #HowOldRobot? We tested the age-estimation app on some of our favorite famous Jews — and here's what we found.
Who says Jews don’t know how to fight? We've have been quite adept at defending ourselves — and a new exhibit at YIVO Institute for Jewish Research delves into the colorful Yiddish lexicon that describes how it’s done.