Tag: Debate

The text discusses the aftermath of a chaotic week in American politics following a contentious debate.
Rabbi Michael S. Beals, known as President Joe Biden's rabbi, suggests that it may be time for Biden to step aside for the greater good of safeguarding democracy, drawing parallels to the biblical concept of Pikuach nefesh, or saving a soul.
In a heated and chaotic debate, President Trump insulted Joe Biden by calling him a "very bad Palestinian," referring to Israel's war with Hamas.
The discussion revolves around the book "The Wall Between: What Jews and Palestinians Don't Want to Know About Each Other" by Raja Khouri and Jeffrey Wilkinson.
Samuel G. Freedman, a Professor of Journalism at Columbia, delves into the topic of Jewish infighting, division, and unity in a 2020 discussion featured on the 18Forty Podcast.
The debate discussed at the Dissident Dialogues event in Brooklyn questioned whether Israel's war on Hamas was just.
Some commenters are critical of political figures, suggesting that if Biden struggles during a debate, Congressman Bowman might disrupt it, questioning loyalty.
Professor Yael Sternhell from Tel Aviv University will discuss repression in Israeli academia, particularly following the arrest of Palestinian legal scholar Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian who teaches at Hebrew University.
In a debate featured on the Future of Jewish platform, David Matlow, a Toronto-based individual known for his extensive Theodor Herzl memorabilia collection and documentary, discussed the question of who determines who can be considered a Zionist.
Jewish actor Liev Schreiber attended Shabbat services at Temple Emanu-El's Streicker Cultural Center in New York, where he spoke about his work in Ukraine and gave a sermon about the importance of truth and debate in Judaism.
The debate focuses on whether students should be disciplined for chanting "From the river to the sea."
During a recent Republican primary debate, candidates discussed the possibility of sending US troops to Gaza.
In this episode, the focus is on the legendary confrontation of 1771 involving the Vilna Gaon with R Menachem Mendel of Vitebsk and R Shnuer Zalman of Liozna.
The podcast delves into the failures of right-leaning initiatives aimed at addressing working-class concerns over the last two decades.
The Conversation was a two-day retreat that aimed to foster deep discussion and debate in a trustful environment among Jewish participants from various backgrounds.
In a podcast episode featuring Eli Lake, there is a discussion about the Justice Department's decision to indict Donald Trump, with Lake expressing skepticism about the move.
Rabbi Shmuly Yanklowitz, a vegan for 12 years, has issued a challenge offering $5,000 to anyone willing to debate him on veganism in front of their congregation, aiming to convince Jews to embrace veganism due to health, environmental, and ethical reasons, rejecting the assumption that kosher necessarily means ethical meat consumption.
Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona's decision to become an independent has disrupted Joe Biden's Democratic agenda, sparking debate about its significance.
The article discusses how the left is starting to discuss the effectiveness of masking, a debate that was settled on the right previously.
In a recent podcast episode, the discussion centers around the controversy surrounding Dave Chappelle's special on Netflix and the criticisms it has faced, as well as the reactions to William Shatner's journey into space.
In a recent podcast episode, the hosts address a listener's concern about the host's stance on vaccination.
The progressive left is moving away from solely advocating for decriminalization and is now focusing on decarceration, which challenges the current criminal justice system.
The text discusses whether the revelations concerning Hunter Biden's emails, which suggest his father may have been involved in profiting from foreign interests, are significant.
The upcoming presidential debate could potentially focus on Donald Trump's low tax payments, potentially overshadowing other important issues that could benefit Joe Biden and the Democrats.
In this episode of the 18Forty Podcast, Samuel G. Freedman, a professor of journalism and author, discusses the role of dissent in the Jewish community.