With his limericks sublime,/Eisenberg was 99,/A biomedical engineer/And Sci-Fi writer who endeared/He was truly one of a kind.
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.
Walker, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of “The Color Purple” (1982), has been sharing anti-Semitic conspiracy theories for at least five years.
A liberal insurgent running to unseat renegade New York state Sen. Simcha Felder has won the endorsement of the New York Times.
Excuses for white-bashing can easily become excuses for abusive behavior.
“It’s possible we over-Dershed,” another Times journalist admitted.
“The anti-semitic garbage in my timeline is … voluminous,” she tweeted.
In her New York Times column, Rosenthal penned a love letter to her spouse in the form of a personal ad. Ten days after it was published, she died.
Wolf accuses the Times of ‘legitimizing all takes,’ including ‘Nazis are good now.’
The most touching tributes to Roth came from those who learned their crafts from him.