Many of Trump’s most vehement conservative critics are Mormons, which has opened the door to anti-Mormon bigotry
By Yair Rosenberg · October 28, 2016
A laughable attempt by a Trump promoter to appropriate the Exodus for his campaign spawned a viral hashtag mocking the Republican candidate
By Yair Rosenberg · October 21, 2016
‘The word Jew made no appearance in the Atlantic announcement’ of Jeffrey Goldberg’s appointment, the self-styled ‘anti-Zionist’ website complained
By Yair Rosenberg · October 20, 2016
The day after Yom Kippur, a UNESCO resolution deliberately erases the Jewish connection to Jerusalem’s Temple Mount
By Yair Rosenberg · October 13, 2016
A recent ‘Politico’ article claimed ‘the Jewish right looked away’ from Trump, but nothing could be further from the truth.
By Yair Rosenberg · October 11, 2016
Mindy Finn, who previously worked for Romney, Bush, Twitter, and Google, will fight to deny Trump the presidency
By Yair Rosenberg · October 7, 2016
The Vice-Chair of Britain’s premier far-left group Momentum has claimed Jews were behind the slave trade and argued that Jewish schools don’t need extra security
By Yair Rosenberg · September 30, 2016
Anne Applebaum’s Jewishness was inexplicably introduced in an article on Breitbart.com, whose former chairman is now CEO of Trump’s campaign
By Yair Rosenberg · September 28, 2016
88 Senators Signed AIPAC’s New Pro-Israel Letter. Here’s Why Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, and Ben Sasse Didn’t.
Three dissents from the GOP’s rising stars reflect the growing challenges in forging a bipartisan pro-Israel consensus
By Yair Rosenberg · September 20, 2016
Meet Joel Sollender, the Jewish Prisoner of the Nazis Taking It to Donald Trump in Hillary’s Latest Ad
Trump has said soldiers who are captured are not war heroes. This 91-year-old veteran begs to differ.
By Yair Rosenberg · September 19, 2016
The Israel-based rabbi and PhD came out on top of a competitive and accomplished collection of candidates
By Yair Rosenberg · September 14, 2016
If Not Now, When? A Recent History of Hillel’s Misattributed Maxim, From Ivanka Trump to Ronald Reagan
Trump’s daughter wrongly sourced one of the most famous quotes in rabbinic literature. She was not the first to do so.
By Yair Rosenberg · September 12, 2016
‘If boycotting my company can help the Palestinian people, I would boycott my own show’
By Yair Rosenberg · September 9, 2016
The Five Best Explanations for Why Donald Trump Wore a Jewish Prayer Shawl at a Church Event on Saturday
We leave the gentiles alone for just one day and stuff like this happens
By Yair Rosenberg · September 4, 2016
Like his father before him, Donald Trump, Jr. recently retweeted an anti-Semite. Neither of them hate Jews; the problem is that their campaign is dependent on a rabid support base that does.
By Yair Rosenberg · September 2, 2016
Most Jews traditionally vote Democratic, but these results suggest Trump may lose the voting segment by even greater margins than past Republican candidates
By Yair Rosenberg · August 26, 2016
Soros’s Open Society Foundations has reprimanded the organization, and the pieces were taken down by the outlet without a correction or apology
By Yair Rosenberg · August 23, 2016
Joy Karega, who is under investigation by the college for her conduct on social media, has apparently picked up right where she left off
By Yair Rosenberg · August 19, 2016
Reuters Jerusalem reporter Dan Williams’s impressive debut novel from 2014 combines an insider’s edge with a page-turner’s plot
By Yair Rosenberg · August 17, 2016
From Left to Right, Jewish Groups Condemn ‘Repellent’ Black Lives Matter Claim of Israeli ‘Genocide’
The group’s new platform, and this false accusation, united American Jewish organizations and individuals—usually at odds—in outrage
By Yair Rosenberg · August 5, 2016
In her acceptance speech, Hillary Clinton laid the foundation for a broad-based presidential coalition. But she also risked trying to be all things to all people, and coming across as lacking core convictions.
By Yair Rosenberg · July 29, 2016
During Wednesday’s DNC, the Democrats systematically appropriated traditional GOP strengths, from religion to national security, that Donald Trump had jettisoned
By Yair Rosenberg · July 28, 2016
The pin was a gift from officials at the National Jewish Democratic Council, who never expected him to wear it
By Yair Rosenberg · July 27, 2016
Representing Democrats Abroad, the candidate’s older brother paid tribute to him and their parents
By Yair Rosenberg · July 26, 2016
The Vermont senator did everything in his power to unify the party behind its nominee—and against Donald Trump. Will it be enough?
By Yair Rosenberg · July 26, 2016