Chants of ‘Kill the Jew,’ according to witnesses
‘Part of the power of this country is that we need each other at moments like this to do the thing that is right.’
The latest entry in a Tablet feature analyzing the state of the American left, inspired by Paul Berman’s series of essays on the subject. Here, a ‘Dissent’ editor asks, ‘patriotism, what’s it good for?’
A New York judge concludes drug and alcohol problems are the real culprit in the case of a man ‘repeatedly bashing an 84-year-old man on the head with a fire extinguisher while shouting, “I’m going to kill you, you mother f—ng Jew!”’
The plot thickens
Tablet is publishing works analyzing the state of the American left as part of an ongoing feature inspired by Paul Berman’s series of essays on the subject. The latest examines what’s behind the current revival of Communist-inspired politics, and where it’s leading.
This holiday, a delicacy from the ‘Jews of the Rock’ and a delicious taste of Gibraltar
Aleph-Bits is a new, semiregular Tablet feature exploring the ethical questions of digital life. Its debut examines the human costs of the rise of cryptocurrencies.
Do good intentions matter?
From Tabriz to Albany, Anna Kaplan has arrived as a rising name in politics
In the second of a series inspired by Paul Berman’s opus on ‘The State of the Left,’ a conservative writer argues that while the term ‘cultural Marxism’ has been appropriated by some bigots and conspiracists, the existence of the ideology is a matter of historical record
Days after a Russian naval vessel rammed a Ukrainian ship and detained the sailors onboard
We May Never Know the Motivations of the Man Who Shouted Anti-Semitic Slurs Before Trying to Kill Jews
Just one of those mysteries
Orphaned by Auschwitz, he devoted his life to documenting the Nazis’ crimes
The first in a series responding to Paul Berman’s opus on ‘The State of the Left’ addresses the critical differences between Bernie Sanders’ older, left-wing labor tradition and Jeremy Corbyn’s New Left Third Worldism
Widespread anti-Semitism in Europe has suppressed Jewish life, with many Jews afraid to identify themselves or their institutions as Jewish
Here’s a Video of Recently Deceased Magician Ricky Jay Performing a Poem Written for Him by Shel Silverstein
Jay, who died over the weekend, gives a dramatic reading of Silverstein’s ode to him, ‘The Game in the Windowless Room’
Taking stock of the forever war