Moment contributor Nathan Guttman examines the most recent political takes from the Jewish world and beyond.
Having left a number of messages for Santos I was surprised when, in the midst of the most recent government funding showdown in the House, he actually called me back.
After the Midterms: Now What? And What’s the State of Our Democracy? with Jennifer Rubin and Robert Siegel
What do the midterm election results mean and what should we expect over the next two years? A post-election conversation about the state of our democracy with Washington Post opinion columnist Jennifer Rubin and Robert Siegel, former NPR host of All Things Considered.
Israel, and those following Israeli politics from afar, should prepare for these following scenarios:
Jewish voters care about Israel, and they hold different views on Israel depending on their party affiliation. But they don’t vote based on these differences.
What’s in store for America and what can be done to strengthen our democracy? Join us for a post-election conversation on the state of our democracy with E.J. Dionne, syndicated columnist for the Washington Post and Robert Siegel, former NPR host of All Things Considered.
Donald Trump has been actively drawing God into his campaign for the past few weeks. It started with the claim earlier this month that his Democratic rival, Joe Biden, a devout Catholic, is “against God,” has “no religion” and will “hurt the Bible, hurt God.”