Jacob Siegel is a senior writer at Tablet and editor of The Scroll.
What Biden’s classified document scandal reveals about power in America
Choose your fighter
How computer programmer Curtis Yarvin became America’s most controversial political theorist
Who are you going to believe, the Democratic Party’s new official-unofficial, public-private monopoly tech platform censorship brigade, or your misinformed, disinformed eyes?
Boycotting Russian food, art, people, and animals is not just misguided. It’s immoral.
Using social justice totems to worship state power—all in the name of ‘public health’—is the acme of pandemic-era journalism
A celebrity ad campaign featuring J.Lo and Lady Gaga promoting ‘wellness’ buildings has a backstory that winds through Wall Street, the Clinton Foundation, and China
How the government and its media allies overhyped a threat they helped create
Me, I romp and stomp/Thankful as I romp/Without freedom of speech/I might be in the swamp
The massively popular podcast host provides a glimpse into Borges’ ‘multitudes of America’
The paper now presents everything through the frame of American domestic politics, erasing regional and local distinctions
The Staten Island congressman faces a tough reelection battle and a reckoning with policies that might be pursued by Democrats after a Biden victory
Campus Week: The one-party journalism system suffers no dissent from within. Here are some who do it anyway.
Why Donald Trump should defy the elites and get the U.S. forces out of Afghanistan
The monopoly platform’s new policy of disappearing documents at odds with the expert opinion of the moment is both sinister and stupid
When the moral imperative trumps the rational evidence, there’s no arguing
How we got to the new normal
The artist of the decade-in-the-making graphic compendium of a lost Jewish world talks about the ‘milekhdike,’ the power of the Yellow Pages, and the utility of a good place to eat