When he learned just how much power the likes of Richard Dawkins had amassed, the writer Scott Shay decided to fight back.
Couching its rhetoric in slogans like “social justice,” “due process,” and “resistance.”
It’s part of a trend away from names that once projected clear identities (Workers’ Party) and toward the politics of advertising (There Is a Future).
And pursue more modest goals.
Jews, Israel, and the Ukrainian election.
A political combination with a sizable French constituency.
The author of Mosaic’s March 2019 essay stops by the studio to discuss and debate his argument about immigration.
Radical Islam or reefer madness?
Instead of treating Jews as a metaphor, it enumerates the ways in which individuals have suffered.
Completing the land bridge.
Peace remains a distant hope.