It’s easy to believe hate crimes are everywhere if they suit a convenient political narrative and are touted by reporters who can’t be bothered to dig deeper.
Reports of anti-Semitic violence in France rose by 26 percent last year, which has led record numbers of Jews to emigrate to Israel.
The ADL is in the business of exaggerating threats when it serves their partisan interests and diminishing threats when they do not.
LGBT media outlets are alarmed over a report that anti-LGBT homicides doubled in 2017, but the context of the crimes suggests the hype may be overstated.
‘When my [transgender] girlfriend, Lara, and I travel on the road, we have to take precautions,’ Joanne Spataro writes. ‘We’re constantly on guard against strangers.’
Instead of focusing on campaigns that may have helped this transgender victim, LGBT groups will instead continue fighting a threat that does not exist.
With these few sentences, our pastor brought to bear the meaning of Jesus’s words in the gospel message he had just proclaimed to his parish.
LGBT media would have us all believe that LGBT people are in a near-constant state of danger. But a closer inspection tells us this simply isn’t true.
While political statements condemn and people talk about the moral virtues of punching Nazis, Christians follow the example of their savior.
The five-year anniversary of the Family Research Council shooting comes just three days after the killing of Heather Heyer and grievous attack on protesters in Charlottesville.
Under Justin Trudeau’s leadership and policy of appeasing hatred, Canada has become a more dangerous place for Jews.
Police have recovered the body of what they believe to be a 17-year-old Virginian girl who went missing on June 18. She was abducted following an argument.
The Southern Poverty Law Center’s ‘Hate List’ has all the authority of a mean girl’s burn book. Yet it is dangerously provocative.
The boy’s arrest sparked a deep embarrassment, an unshakeable feeling that the Jewish community can sometimes be its own worst enemy.
The idea the United States is especially unsafe for Jews in “Trump era” is a myth pushed by the Left for political reasons.
Perhaps we should think of Islamophobia as fearing to speak up about potential threats and abuses inside Islam. ‘Clock boy’ Ahmed Mohamed’s lawsuit would have reinforced that fear.
These kinds of grasping-at-straws conspiracy theories are pushed by the same people who complain about the United States entering ‘post-truth politics’ thanks to Donald Trump.
Democrats are so fixated on the politics of race they’re unable to imagine anything else matters.
Liberal reporters and columnists may not have been aware of anti-Semitism before Trump, but if they have any hope at regaining legitimacy post-election, they had better wise up.
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