The outcry over Corbyn exposes a double standard among Jewish leaders: anti-Semitism in certain places is denounced and in other, treated with silence
It may be a fun exercise to dunk on your political, but for the long-term health of our political discourse, it’s much more effective to be kind.
In our terrified reaction to anti-Semitism, many Jews lost sight of the anti-Black racism that brought Neo-Nazis to Charlottesville.
“Mr. Wilshaw admits that being a Nazi who is gay – but with a Jewish background – is a contradiction.”
“I’m not here to judge him. That’s not my job to judge. My job is to be that positive person in someone’s life,” the officer said.
“Rest assured that no Jews, race mixers, or homosexuals will be present at this event.”
One of the greatest opportunities and greatest challenges of parenting is the chance to frame the world for children.
When we befriend someone who believes that we are worth less than they are, the resulting relationship is a one-way street.
The Minutemen’s preferred tools of persuasion were not logic and reason, but baseball bats, brass knuckles, pipes and the stink bomb.
The two responses to Charlottesville, on the right and the left, are in fact structurally identical, both trading in a false equivalency.