Just how unable are we to discuss Jews and their attitudes and behavior? An amazing admission from the Washington Post’s ombudsman recently tells it: very unable. As in, don’t even think about it, or you’ll lose your job. Deborah Howell, in a Sunday center-of-the-page column, responded to the controversy surrounding an online column by Arun […]
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“Fresh Air,” the midday talk show out of Philadelphia and broadcast on National Public Radio, is hosted by Terry Gross, a bookish liberal who tends toward typical NPR fare: Jazz, the Holocaust, poetry and poets, more jazz, and more Holocaust. Her inquisitive but sympathetic tone gives the feel of a comfortable but animated coffeehouse chat. […]
Homeschooling is widely feared by the multicultural establishment because it is seen as a way for “racist” whites to shield their children from liberal indoctrination. But arguments against it are difficult to make. With few exceptions, most Americans consider the right to raise children as one sees fit as inviolable. Meanwhile, never-ending examples of black […]
Howard Kurtz of the Washington Post tracks what he describes as the “conservative” press singing the praises of Sen. Barack Obama, winner of the Iowa caucuses. His first example? A gushing quote from David Brooks, whom Kurtz calls the “conservative New York Times columnist.” Yet Brooks, who like Kurtz is Jewish, is not, by the […]
No concept threatens the state religion of diversity more than innate group difference. Take the wattage generated by every political controversy in the United States – abortion, war, homosexuality – add it up and multiply by ten. You still wouldn’t have anything close to the shock power of the idea that racial and ethnic groups […]
Unless you follow the legal press, you probably missed the employment odyssey of one Charlene Morisseau, formerly an attorney for DLA Piper, one of America’s biggest law firms. Ms. Morisseau, who is black, filed a federal lawsuit charging racial discrimination after being fired from the firm. Her lawsuit was dismissed earlier this month for reasons, as other bloggers […]
The New York Times Magazine, the New York Times’ Sunday slick-page offering, is easily one of the higher-quality publications in America, with in-depth treatments of cutting-edge issues in medicine, science, foreign policy, politics and our sociological landscape. But as with much of America’s elite media, there is a disproportionate representation of the Jewish community, its […]