It is absolutely crucial that certain inalienable rights, like the right to privacy and the right to free speech, apply across the board.
This week, Jeffrey Lord was shown the door after he tweeted the Nazi salutation while embroiled in a battle with a liberal activist.
The opioid crisis is hitting America hard. But it’s also hitting the Jewish community. Many in the Jewish community are suffering from addiction.
Orthodox Jews and other Jews are overdosing on heroin. It’s time we admitted that the opioid crisis is a Jewish one.
After a series of arrests for welfare fraud, Jews in the heavily Orthodox town of Lakewood must hold community members ethically accountable.
On Google Earth we can see exactly where the North Korean regime operates death camps. At least one camp is the size of the city of Los Angeles.
After Trump’s speech on radical Islam in Saudi Arabia, many conservatives are again feeling cautiously optimistic about the administration.
The Orthodox Jewish view is not pro-life, but not at all pro-choice either, as current federal law governs abortion.
Over the course of the campaigns for the Republican nomination and the presidency, the Trump campaign and its surrogates sent signals to the “alt-right” indicating the two camps were more closely aligned both ideologically and logistically than any other national campaign had ever been. Whether it was Trump’s own Twitter account posting an anti-Semitic tweet about Hillary Clinton with an image first found on an “alt-right” message board, or his son Donald Trump Jr.’s many dalliances with the “alt-right,” there were danger signs that many both on the left and the right could not ignore.
An unfortunate side effect of the Trump-effect has been the total politicalization of Jewish groups with a mission to fight anti-Semitism.