We talk about the double standards, the silencing of conservative voices, the inaction of judges — and lower courts ignoring Supreme Court precedent — and conclude with a surprisingly positive message for the future.
If any good will come out of the horrible riot at the Capitol last week, it will be unifying around the idea that violence is always wrong under all circumstances. Given the leftist narrative of the summer, however,
The left doesn't want to debate ideas -- they want to call you names, identify you as hateful, and silence your opinion.
A new name, a renewed podcast, and new ideas.
The Jewish Telegraphic Agency has a long conversation with a leading non-Orthodox Rabbi, deemed an expert in Hasidism. I don't think the JTA has ever spoken with Hassidim about Hasidism. This lack of communication is harmful.
Anti-Israel isn't the "new Anti-Semitism" -- it's the same old hate using its latest facade. If you aren't certain whether Students for Justice in Palestine is a hate group, you need to hear this.
The President owned Leslie Stahl, except in the eyes of the left -- and how woke academics perpetuate racism while claiming to fight it.
ARZA and Mercaz USA, unable to motivate even 2% of their claimed memberships to vote, instead tried to disenfranchise Eretz HaKodesh.
USA Today provides a completely dishonest caricature of the pro-life movement — all part of the effort to stop Amy Barrett from reaching SCOTUS.
Sounds crazy? Antisemitism is about hatred for Jewish values and moral beliefs -- which are the reason Barrett's beliefs are being challenged.