In this time of genuine coming together to mourn and stand in solidarity against hate, more hatred and division are simply unwelcome.
The popularity of a grand conspiracy theory—the kind that took hold of the Pittsburgh gunman—is the result of a shattered political culture.
For millennia, the Jewish people have been the canary in the coal mine. There’s never an off-season for anti-Semitism.
Tolerance is one of the most important and enduring American values. If we lose it, we lose almost everything.
It would have been naïve to think it was eradicated completely, but, in recent years especially, anti-Semitism does seem to horrifically be making a comeback.
Saturday marked the first shooting at an American synagogue in modern U.S. history. An attack on one Jewish community reverberates throughout the larger one, and this was no exception.
How are Americans ever going to ‘come together’ if the first thing a political party sees when it sees dead Americans is a partisan cudgel?
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