World Jewish Congress president Ron Lauder seems to think he's found the answer. It's him.
It's the age-old question. Who can claim to speak for American Jews on Israel?
Monday and Tuesday, President Obama hosted leaders from 46 other countries at a summit on nuclear weapons, focused on the threat of terrorists getting nuclear material.
Last weekend I was at a family reunion where I had been invited to show pictures from my sabbatical in the Middle East last spring.
The taboo was finally broken and the genie is out of the bottle, despite some attempts to force it back.
The decades-long struggle to first reduce and then abolish nuclear weapons achieved two major goals this week that we can celebrate.
When word came down last Friday that the U.S. and Russia would sign a new strategic arms reduction treaty (START), Ana Marie Cox posted this message to her 1.5 million twitter followers:
I can't imagine a better way to lament the 7th anniversary of the war in Iraq than by spending it with Iraq veterans who are horrified by the war and courageously speaking out against it
A comment on my recent blog about The Hurt Locker really got my blood boiling.
This weekend I have the privilege of representing Sojourners magazine at the annual
As the U.S.