Unless they are busy “recognizing their complicity in white supremacy.”
Merely reacting to the worst manifestations isn’t enough.
One of the soldiers depicted as a pig is wearing a helmet labeled “Mossad” and a scarf with a Star of David.
While providing cover for leftist anti-Semites.
Castigating Jews as privileged and, under the doctrine of “equity,” striving to subject them to quotas.
In a recent column, the eminent scholar John McWhorter celebrates a linguistic revolution in the offing. But at what cost, and to whom?
S. Ansky’s radical yeshiva boys used to seem unreal. But observing today’s political scene has taught me to understand them.
Progressive activists insist upon seeing friends and enemies alike through the lens of race, and they’ve located Jews at the top of the white-supremacist pyramid.
To ease social animosities and heal political wounds, leaders and citizens in America and Israel must rededicate themselves to the principles of liberal democracy.
The long march through progressive institutions.
Which of the recent samples of anti-Semitism—on the street, on campus, in Congress, or in the clergy—is the greatest threat to America and the Jews?
When congregants are angry at their rabbi for not devoting a sermon to “Israeli war crimes.”
A lesson from the new hostility toward fertility.
Those who complain about structural racism won’t apply the concept to the Jewish state.