Hate Trump? Understood. Now, Vote for him Anyway.

We vote not just for a President, but for a presidency.  Particularly for voters concerned about Mideast policy, it’s hard to argue with the accomplishments—too many of which we already take for granted. You might (grudgingly) concede that this presidency has been, by-and-large, a success.

Originally published in the Jerusalem Post

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What should Jewish voters REALLY know about Kamala Harris?

She is a historic choice for reasons other than just her sex and race: even in the party of Bill and Hillary Clinton, Kamala Harris is arguably the least-principled candidate in recent memory.

Column originally published in The Times of Israel

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Is the Trump Administration Really All That Different? (Book Review: Fight House, by Tevi Troy)

A worthwhile, entertaining, and original take on White House dynamics.  Troy demonstrates that Trump administration internal battles are not out of the ordinary.  That is true; but what is unprecedented is the the undermining not of fellow aides, but of the president himself. Continue reading