“We’d denounce the marches and torches and chants. When that moment passed, we’d continue to live with the ghosts of our country’s peculiar legacy.”
Like many non-religious Jews of my generation, I naively assumed Nazism could never rise — and hurt us — again.
In her new column for The Guardian, Rebecca Solnit makes a solid argument that Donald Trump’s presidency, and his fervent support from white racists, mark an attempt of the Confederacy to rise again.
This weekend’s events will resonate long after the crowd was dispersed, long after the cable news trucks leave, long after the school year begins.
How did Donald Trump — a thrice-married, biblically illiterate sexual predator — hijack the religious right?
Andrew Romano tells how the small town of Whitefish, Montana, stood up to the anti-Semitic threats of resident neo-Nazi Richard Spencer and his band of white supremacists, sending a strong, clear message: hate is not welcome here; we will not back down.