March 30, 2020

Rob Eshman

ROB ESHMAN is publisher and editor-in-chief of TRIBE Media Corp./Jewish Journal. Email him at You can follow him on Instagram and Twitter @foodaism and @RobEshman.
As Rob Eshman announced a month ago, he will be stepping down as editor-in-chief and publisher as of Sept. 29 and moving on to the next chapter of his life.
Last Friday, I was rushing through a to-do list from hell. It’s High Holy Days season, which means my rabbi wife disappears into her study.
With disturbing regularity, Jews hate on Jews. The most recent example is the jaw-dropping case of Professor David Myers.
Who’s worse, the fanatics who want to kill us now or the extremists who want to kill us later? That was the question Jews locked onto this week.
In a powerful sermon delivered from his pulpit, Rabbi David Wolpe, one of America’s leading rabbis, called on President Donald J. Trump to repent.
The question of the day, at least in my corner of the world, is this: How can Gary Cohn and Steven Mnuchin keep silent?
You don’t get rid of hate; you just have to be prepared, always, to fight it. It appears we now have to do battle with a feckless president.
On Saturday, the President betrayed the Jews. After waiting far too long, President Donald Trump made a statement. He condemned violence “on many sides.”
Stephen Miller wouldn’t be living in the U.S. if not for liberal immigration laws that allowed his great-grandfather into this country.
If you want to be Jewish, money is no object. In fact, it’s a bargain. It used to be pricey, say, 25 years ago.
The double standard that too many Jewish supporters of Donald Trump apply to this president was on sad display last week.
“The fight over intermarriage might seem like a rabbinical squabble confined to one small corner of American Judaism,” Emma Green said.
Ann Coulter is a snowflake. She bought an upgraded seat on Delta, the upgrade wasn’t honored, and she unleashed a Twitter tirade.
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