In the avalanche of viciously anti-Semitic tweets I’ve received came an unidentified female, catlike anime character wearing a signature Trump “Make America Great Again” hat.
All of the above — but one of these necessary conditions for the massacre could have been eliminated, Jay Michaelson writes.
I’ll say it plainly: The high-profile Jews supporting Donald Trump are supporting white supremacy, and that makes me sick.
Once upon a time, Jay Michaelson found Kabbalah to be a fascinating path into spirituality. 20 years later, he’s no longer so sure what Kabbalah is for.
The global rise of right-wing populism is clearly the leading news story of 2016. Jay Michaelson investigates what’s behind it.
First step, take a deep breath. Next step, look to the Jewish state’s version of the TSA to see a study in contrast.
You could hear a pin drop in much of the progressive world when another Hamas tunnel was recently discovered. This silence is a moral and political mistake, Jay Michaelson writes.
Jay Michaelson has struggled with the question of how to relate to African-American cultural artifacts without exploiting, exoticizing or appropriating them.
Prince spent decades trying to unite spirituality and sexuality, ethics and eros, in his music.
Refusing to let his Seders be embittered, Jay Michaelson finds himself with an unusual wish as we approach the season of liberation.