In honoring TIME’s journalists, let us not forget that the threats against the media are enabled and enhanced by political leaders like ours.
“Anti-Semitism is real and dangerous and deserving of serious attention. But let’s remember to talk about something else, too.”
Max Boot’s writing has upheld centrist Republican values, but President’s Trump victory rattled him — so he renounced the GOP.
George H.W. Bush’s letter to a grieving daughter says much about the great man.
The public use of Jewish vernacular did not begin with the Pittsburgh attack, but suddenly, it was embedded in the discourse, elevated.
Before “we chose to keep the document secret for good reasons. Now the way we think about it has changed. Our reporting has evolved with the tools.”
“I do believe that if you understand how [Trump] acts toward women and children, it will explain how he acts toward Jews.”
Yeah, Sheryl Sandberg got me too.
Writing with the benefit of more information, some hindsight (and some sleep) I would point to the significant gains that Jews made in this election.
The Democratic ripple that wasn’t quite a wave on Tuesday restored some balance to America’s dangerously lopsided political system.