Moment Debate | Is There a Moral Argument For Raising Taxes on the Rich?
Not as an abstract principle, true any time, but I approve of the tax and spending program proposed by President Biden, and I’m prepared to defend it on moral grounds.
Winners and Losers in the Most Recent Israeli Election
Moment Contributors Weigh In on Israeli Election
Moment Debate | Does Electronic Surveillance Threaten Democracy?
What undermines democracy is the use of electronic surveillance by government without tight limits: judicial oversight, transparent policies and publicly available information after the fact.
Opinion | Will Israelis Embrace Biden?
Five days after the U.S. elections, my husband and I enjoyed a rare Pilates class between lockdowns.
Opinion | The Trouble with ‘Q’
In her victory speech in August, after winning the Republican primary runoff for Georgia’s 14th Congressional District, Marjorie Taylor Greene was obstreperous and foul-mouthed.
Opinion | Picking Their Poison
In every Israeli election since 2015—we’ve had four now, and in 2021 are headed toward a fifth—the average Israeli voter has one main thing in mind when he or she decides whom to vote for: Do I want Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to keep his job?
Opinion | A Dangerous Precedent
Since the destruction of the Temple, the synagogue has been the fulcrum for organized Jewish life.
Debate | Should We Rethink the Police?
Yes, but the more difficult question is, what kind of changes do we want? The police and science have made great strides in preventing crime.