“If you’re going to funnel money to a charity, no one’s going to ask a lot of questions. If you’re willing to give money, they’re going to take it.”
Steyer, a prominent environmentalist, liberal activist and now-Democratic hopeful, has been the target of anti-semitic attacks in recent years.
Thanks to their extreme distaste for Trump, American Jews are not able to enjoy the fruits of his labors, even the pro-Israel ones.
We were high-class and lower-middle money — apparently unforgivable in the Jewish world, since we’re underachievers and under-earners.
Money, of course, is never just money. It’s always something else, and it’s always something more, and it always has the last word.
At the Fifth Avenue property, vacancy rates are high and the cost of debt service is ballooning.
A Dutch rapper who sang that he “sits on money like a Jew” and “deports” greedy women defended the text as a “compliment” devoid of any anti-Semitic undertones.
If old allegations are true, the newspaper owner and real estate magnate didn’t get into Harvard on his smarts but on the strength of his family connections.
Amy Schumer landed another win this week when she became the first ever woman to win a spot on Forbes’ list of the ten highest-paid comics.
The heirs of a French Jewish art dealer killed in a Nazi concentration camp will get a piece of the upcoming sale at Christie’s of a Monet painting looted by the Nazis and acquired after the war by a Swiss collector.