Homegrown nativists strongly dislike both groups, which ought to help them work toward mutual understanding. By James Ron and Howard LavineThe authors are political scientists at the University of Minnesota. Sept. 24, 2019, 6:00 a.m. ETImageA participant at a Proud Boys rally in Portland, Ore., in AugustPresident Trump seeks to drive a wedge between American Jews and the Democratic Party. He claims that the Republican Party is more concerned with protecting Jewish people at home and abroad.
Polls that show Americans support airstrikes against suspected terrorists ignore some very large caveats. In this photo taken on July 17, 2017, heavy smoke billows after an airstrike on the western front-line in Raqqa, Syria, during an offensive by the U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces, a majority Kurdish and Arab alliance, to retake the city from Islamic State fighters.