Over the last five years, a younger, radical segment of the Jewish left has positively embraced the term “anti-Semitism.”
“The secret of Warren Buffett is that he is the dullest man in America: how do you write a novel about that?”
The OU is a hybrid organization. It is an Orthodox rabbinical organization which serves Orthodox congregations, and it is a kashrut supervision agency
The KKK of the 1920s was quite a bit like today’s “alt-right.” Ultra-modern, it embraced he new technological and cultural forms of the day.
Soros embodies a Diasporic Jewish archetype that right-wing Zionism has defined itself against: the cosmopolitan financier, the wandering Jew.
The center-left needs to think carefully about its relation to the radical left, if we are to have any chance of ending the occupation.
The story of the Greens is a cautionary tale about big money attempting to muscle an intellectual culture into submission and also a slapstick comedy.
There’s something intellectually perverse in a white American Jew reading this West piece and asking, “How does this offend me?”
The spectacle of left-wing students forcing a Hillel to cancel a speaker wonderfully inverts a familiar routine.
Alan Dershowitz was depicted in a cartoon with blood and Palestinians. Was it anti-Semitic? Was it a blood libel?