“Just because I think Jews are cheap doesn’t mean I’m an anti-Semite.”
The Jewish candidate doesn’t seem to mind being surrounded by anti-Semites.
The fallacy of the reasonable centrist.
The Linda Sarsour problem.
A nexus of complicity.
When it comes to attacking Jews, the left provides the script; the right, the fists.
Paul Mason’s Clear, Bright Future is neither clear nor especially bright.
A first-time caller to a British talk show has some questions about the Jews.
Awash with memorials, and with attacks on Jews.
The universe will end before the Labor leader puts a stop to anti-Semitism in his party.
If Sanders can’t summon the political courage to fight anti-Semitism when it’s easy to do so, what are the chances he’ll do so if it. . .
Don’t ignore the fringe, and don’t appease it.
Roger Scruton, George Soros, and the dangers of ellipses.