Alarmist tracts about immigration in Europe are debates about Muslims--not with them.
TNR's more significant sin is to weaken the bond between Israel and liberal American Jews--which is to say, most of them.
With Pentagon cash, contractors bribe insurgents not to attack supply lines for US troops
The new progressive Jewish organization J Street has benefited from the blogosphere's interest. But will exposure turn into political mobilization?
Tom Dine, for thirteen years head of AIPAC, now works for a two-state solution and on improving US-Syrian relations.
The Jewish push for peace is surging through the grassroots, but leaders and policy-makers are still turning a deaf ear.
Do brothel raids help trafficking victims escape abuse, or skirt the reality that makes recovery so difficult for the "rescued?"
Matthew Murray, a disturbed young gunman behind the the shootings in Colorado Springs, chose to end his nightmare and rebel against Christian-right self-help gurus and cult-like doctrines.
Christian agencies lavish support services on pregnant women--if they give up their babies.
Obama promised to reverse the most egregious aspects of Bush's faith-based policies. So why is he extending them?