Worries have evaporated among organizers about how to follow up on the January 21 Chicago Women’s March, which drew 250,000 protesters. Contrary to widespread concern about losing the energy that coalesced around the massive outpouring that took place in Chicago and other cities nationwide that day, said Donna Gutman, president of the North Shore chapter of the National Council of Jewish Women “We’ve been combating everything that’s raining down.”4
“Our movement has the wind in its sails as never before,” white nationalist Jared Taylor wrote.
Former congressman Anthony Weiner could face federal child pornography charges, according to a report Tuesday in the Wall Street Journal.
(JTA) — Rabbi Herman Schaalman, who was the oldest living Reform rabbi, has died at the age of 100. Schaalman, a leader in the Reform movement for seven decades, died on Tuesday, according to the Union for Reform Judaism. He served a small congregation in Iowa before moving to Chicago to become the Midwest…
The “alt-right” Reddit channel saw thousands of new subscribers in January.
(JTA) — A political cartoon dealing with Israel’s conflict with the Palestinians appeared on the New York state Regents exam, reportedly causing some students discomfort. The cartoon that appeared on the exam administered Jan. 24 shows three Israeli soldiers — identified by a Star of David on the back of one — huddling behind an…7
Senator Orin Hatch suspended the Finance Committee’s rules, allowing members to vote on Mnuchin without Democrats present.
Jake Tapper pointed out that President Donald Trump and press secretary Sean Spicer had both referred to the executive order as a “ban.”
A United States Holocaust Memorial Museum poster detailing the “early warning signs of fascism” has gone viral on Twitter, garnering hundreds of thousands of likes and retweets.
The Jewish Missourian and Army veteran, who narrowly lost a Senate race, was sniping at the Republicans who blocked former President Barack Obama’s nomination.
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