If American Jews want to keep their whiteness, or at least their welfare in the United States, they must do everything in their capacity to help stop or contain Donald Trump and the bigoted ideology he has incubated.
As the campaign moves to the finish line, with less than a month left, one finds a number of significant new developments emerging among Jewish voters.
Though seemingly surprising, the fact that Roy Cohn mentored Donald Trump makes a startling amount of sense, Lana Adler argues.
Trump boasted that “Nobody but Donald Trump will save Israel.” But the real challenge is to save Israel from Donald Trump.
If God ordained walls to be built for the protection of Jerusalem, how could this same strategy be wrong for America?
Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan signed the reconciliation agreement with Israel restoring diplomatic ties after a six-year freeze.
The internet — the cradle of 21st century white supremacy — has become something of a staging ground for a schism within the alt-right: to become mainstream or stay staunchly bigoted against all non-white, non-straight people.
Yes, General Joseph P. Schmitz, who is a top foreign policy advisor to Donald Trump, stands accused of anti-Semitism.
Seth Rich’s father has revealed that his murdered son was going to work for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign in Brooklyn.
In recent appearances, both Newt Gingrich and Julian Assange have suggested there is a conspiracy surrounding the death of Seth Rich.