As an active and engaged Jew now, I obviously don’t look on my own background as a dangerous symptom of Jewish decline.
I listen to The Daily while I’m having coffee, making the bed, taking a walk, between errands. It’s a kind of meditative interval.
New York Times Opinion writer and editor Bari Weiss will leave the newspaper after a three-year tenure.
Some of the Intercept’s critics raised questions about Greensit’s appointment at The Times, pointing to articles critical of Israel that she shared.
It’s mistaken for Walker to think outrage at her endorsing a book that claims Jews egged Hitler into the Holocaust is about her opposition to Israel.
“Fleishman Is in Trouble,” “The Heavens” and “She Said” are among the New York Times’s 100 Notable Books of 2019.
Lerner’s “The Topeka School” and Snyder’s “No Visible Bruises” are among The Times’s picks.
“Twitter is a sewer. It brings out the worst in humanity,” Stephens wrote after writing a multi-paragraph email to someone who called him a “bedbug.”
“I was going to say ‘Crappy Jew Year,’ but one of my resolutions is to be less anti-Semitic. So… HAPPY Jew Year. You Jews.”
“I accept Dean’s judgment,” Weisman said, “I embarrassed the newspaper, and he had to act.”