Twitter is real life for the people who are on it, but most people are not. Politicians ignore this at their peril.
Amichai Chikli championed the billionaire when his tweets were criticized for anti-Semitic overtones. I asked Chikli why.
Criticizing George Soros is not inherently anti-Semitic. But casting him as an avatar of evil is.
Flights were one of the last unconnected spaces.
It’s hard to get excited about vanilla, but it’s even harder to get angry about it.
In the 2016 primary, Trump defeated a divided GOP opposition. It’s happening again.
A long story with a locked-in ending is ideal for the smaller screen.
And how to better understand the protests there
The Israeli prime minister and his radical allies pushed the country to the brink—and inspired the greatest mass movement in its history.
Anti-Jewish bigots steal the show in the revived musical. And that’s why it works.
An odd new group of games is challenging the conventions of its industry.
Social-media algorithms show us what they want us to see, not what we want to see. But there is an alternative.
If a hateful act doesn’t fit a preset political narrative, the public rarely notices it.
And that’s good for the president.
What happens when Israel’s lawbreakers become lawmakers
The country’s longest-serving prime minister is returning to power—and bringing radicalism with him.
It really is getting harder to joke about anti-Semitism—just not for the reasons he thinks.
The proud new owner of the internet’s dumpster fire isn’t to blame for its issues—yet.
By embracing anti-Semitism, he has become the author of his own demise.
A simple guide to discussing Jewish genocide