Trump supporters who say the media is biased are alleging a conspiracy. And conspiracy theories feed into anti-Semitic logic, Jay Michaelson writes.
We overlook the Jewish Trumps, because they cut the checks and sit on our boards. And yet they are foul cretins, just like The Donald, Jay Michaelson writes.
After Jesse Watters’s triumphant trip to New York’s Chinatown, he headed south to Boro Park. Having spent time with people vaguely represented in the foreign policy discussion of the Vice Presidential candidates, he wanted to meet the Jews who have been the subjects of so many tweets by Donald Trump’s supporters. Here is the transcript.
Despite Orthodox support for Trump, New Jersey Rabbi Menachem Genack makes a strong Orthodox argument for Hillary Clinton, says Jay Michaelson.
Scares like these will boost Donald Trump in the polls, Jay Michaelson writes.
There’s no bigger business than the High Holidays at your local synagogue. Jay Michaelson has some unconventional advice: Don’t go.
Conservatives want us scared, Jay Michaelson writes. But what if there’s nothing to fear so much as fear itself?
With the release of a new poll, Jay Michaelson says we need to review what a one-state, Jewish-control solution really means.
Ishmael teases Isaac. Esau is favored over Jacob. Goliath looms large over David. But the bullied one always wins over the bully.
As virtual reality and augmented reality take over, we may not care so much about bonds of tribe like Jewish peoplehood, Jay Michaelson writes.