Jimmy Breslin got off his ass, slogged to funerals and accident sites and crime scenes behind the yellow tape (and plenty of dive bars) to piss off the privileged and champion the unfortunate, relentlessly attacking the former and lifting up the latter.
We are living in a technological tinderbox, because it’s so easy for someone to turn a spark into a fire. If a single teenager could theoretically terrorize thousands of Jews, responsible leaders need to be as judicious as possible in word and deed – the precise opposite of President Trump.
In the Trump anti-Semitism wars, both the right and left err in a different way. They employ guilt by association.
The public has the right to ask whether Sebastian Gorka, a man with alarming associations and a checkered academic resume, should be in the White House room when national security issues are debated and decided.
Comrades, remember news from non-state sources is unauthorized truth.
We have a president in the White House who is at minimum an unwitting beneficiary of this foreign warfare. At worst, he’s a foreign agent.
There is no proof that either Trump or any of his associates actively colluded with the Russians’ covert effort to undermine Clinton, or was aware of that effort. That said, there is enough to warrant a full independent probe.
President Trump delivered an unexpectedly presidential speech when he addressed a joint session of Congress last night, but the undercurrent was still a fierce nationalism. Here’s how Jane Eisner reacted.
With the appointment of Betsy DeVos, President Trump is chipping away at the separation of religion and state — and driving a wedge between Jews. Here’s why we can’t let him do that.
Jared Kushner’s moral failure should chill every Modern Orthodox educator, rabbi and parent in America, writes Peter Beinart.608
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