“I have been fearless these last ten years because I have had to, but I was not alone.”
The term has become so weaponized and partisan that it’s become a counterproductive and demeaning slur.
“We have to change the relationship to make people feel like journalism is here to serve them.”
“Don’t tell me — or any other Jew — that I hate a precious part of myself. Just don’t.”
“It seems to me that is our right as Americans to use our purchasing power to boycott or “buycott” according to our beliefs.”
“Anti-Semitism is real and dangerous and deserving of serious attention. But let’s remember to talk about something else, too.”
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.”
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.
“Now let’s show everyone how we vote — with pride, intention and celebration.”