One of the hallmarks of HBD blogs is the use of data and charts from genetics studies to “prove” their alt-right theories.38
Brooklyn’s most controversial Jewish state legislator has sparked a round of rumors about his political future after his surprising decision to pass his Democratic party position to a 22-year-old Hasidic activist.4
Hasidic yeshivas have promised New York City that they will provide more secular education to their young students, but neither the city nor the yeshivas will say exactly how the schools’ curricula will change.20
An overwhelming majority of Louisiana residents hold an unfavorable view of racist Senate candidate David Duke, according to a new poll from the University of New Orleans. Duke, a former leader of the Klu Klax Klan and an avowed anti-Semite, recently announced his campaign.
Trump Republicans want preachers to be able to endorse candidates from the pulpit. But given how liberal churches are becoming more politically active, that move may backfire.
David Blomstrom, one of eleven candidates for governor of Washington, has made educating the world about “Jewarchy” a central goal of his campaign.127
Unlike the Bernie Sanders supporters who insist everyone should vote for him come November even though he’s not the Democratic nominee for president, Ben and Jerry’s co-founder Ben Cohen is thinking strategically. He despises Hillary Clinton, but he believes Donald Trump to be a “huge evil” and a unique threat to American democracy, and says some people should choose Clinton: swing state voters.10
A widely admired New York rabbi, Haskel Lookstein has faced down controversies this past month over an invitation to give an invocation at Donald Trump’s convention and the Israeli Rabbinate’s rejection of his Orthodox conversions. At 83, the leader of Manhattan’s Kehilath Jeshurun finds himself yanked into the spotlight.9
The U.S. Attorney’s Office for Washington, D.C., dropped the charges against Ingmar Gaundique, the alleged killer of Chandra Levy.4
At a rally in Davenport, Iowa, on Thursday afternoon, Donald Trump said he wanted to “hit” several unnamed speakers at the Democratic National Convention “so hard” they would “never recover.”195
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