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Amendment 71 is a necessary corrective

November’s ballot is about much more than Clinton and Trump. A number of measures on the Colorado ballot require serious consideration from voters. Several, if passed,...

Head to Head, Toe to Toe: Trump, right. Clinton, left. (Justin Sullivan/Getty)

Clinton, Trump talk tough on Iran

WASHINGTON — The Trump and Clinton campaigns issued tough-on-Iran statements in the wake of a report alleging that negotiators allowed Iran secret loopholes in the...

Clinton’s and Trump’s high negatives

No doubt, both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have their enthusiastic advocates. No doubt, some see either Clinton or Trump as a great, future president. Equally, this...

Hillary Clinton speaking at AIPAC's 2016 Policy Conference in Washington, DC. (Saul Loeb/ AFP/Getty)

Clinton and the Jews — threefold relationship

WASHINGTON — Hillary Clinton is a chameleon, her critics say, ready to adopt the colors of her environment: dove, hawk, social conservative, social justice warrior,...

Election ’16 shmoos

Tidbits and observations from the presidential campaigns Conservative pundits have made the interesting observation that it took a Donald Trump to make Democrats more...

#NeverTrump vs. #NeverClinton

#NeverTrump colleagues and friends make valid points about Donald Trump. I know — I made them myself during the Republican primaries. But it is vital to understand...

Thank you Miri Regev for honoring Shabbos

Vertical. The link to the ages. And horizontal. The link to society. Miri Regev is hardly a household name, certainly not outside of Israel. In one small gesture,...

Nobody’s talking about Trump’s or Clinton’s age

When Barack Obama faced John McCain for the presidency in 2008, a consideration for a sizable number of voters was McCain’s age. He was old. He would be 71 when and if...

Hacking away at the public trust

Say what you will about Donald Trump — and there’s a lot to say — no one is debating that he himself got the votes he needed to win the primary race. The same...

Clockwise from upper left: Tatcher, Merkel, Clinton, May

So Clinton’s a woman. So what?

Why are identity politics so important to Americans? Why must we focus so much on labels — black, gay, Jewish, women, etc. — to define a person, especially if that...