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December 13, 2023

Jewish Privilege?

While history suggests that some will always use Jews as scapegoats, I know how blessed I am to be a Jew. 

Latkes and Time Loops

“Round and Round” is a time-loop movie a la “Groundhog Day,” where the main character, Rachel, lives the seventh night of Hanukkah over and over again. 

A Different Standard for Jews

Antisemitic double standards are pervasive, much more than we would have wanted to believe back on Oct. 6. The fight to confront and eliminate these practices will be long and difficult — but doable.

There Are Wolves in My House

There are wolves in our houses: people we considered close friends and allies, many we have known intimately for years, who have materialized into antisemites seemingly overnight.

Why is #MeToo Covering for Hamas?

There was more than enough evidence for the #MeToo movement to say something. Yet for some reason, it took #MeToo International until November 13 to issue any kind of statement about the mass sexual violence.

Why Fighting Antisemitism is Good for America

It is this quintessential Jewish idea—refusing to settle for easy victimhood—that most threatens the anti-America, victim-worshipping DEI movement that is poisoning American culture.

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