It’s time for Brooks to find another way to talk about his religious identity — without mocking bisexuals.
Wolf accuses the Times of ‘legitimizing all takes,’ including ‘Nazis are good now.’
David Brooks is the conservative Jewish thought leader even some liberals like to read. So, Jane Eisner asks, why does the New York Times columnist seem so at odds with contemporary Jewish life?
Author-economist Thomas Piketty speaking at University of California-Berkeley, April 23, 2014 / Getty Images
N.J. Hillel Hosts 1-Stater. Relax, She’s Right-Winger
Columnist David Brooks paid homage to Orthodox Jews by visiting an upscale kosher market. What about the majority who could never afford to shop at such places?
David Brooks waxed rhapsodic over Orthodox Jews, who may be the only ones he imagines shopping at a kosher supermarket. That was when Jordana Horn started getting a little angry.
David Brooks’ column about the ‘Orthodox surge’ ignores significant gender disparities in Orthodox Jewish life, argues Jane Eisner.
New York Times columnist David Brooks offered a ‘Guide for the Perplexed’ on the 2012 presidential race. He’s one of many who’ve recently used the title coined by the famed Jewish philosopher Maimonides.