anti-Semitism

Conservatives Launch Letter in Support of Menashi Appointment to the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit

A group including many of conservatism’s most active constitutionalists has sent a letter to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell rebutting the stream of lies and smears leveled at Steve Menashi by Rachel Maddow and the Left and urging that Menashi be promptly confirmed to the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.

Call To Action: Demand Your Senator Vote To Confirm Steven Menashi

Rachel Maddow is intentionally distorting what conservative Steven Menashi’s law review article said about Israel and ethnonationalism because she shares the Left’s anti-Semitism and because she can’t countenance the idea of a well-qualified Jewish member of the Trump White House Counsel’s staff sitting on the Second Circuit Court of Appeals.

Rashida Tlaib Reaps the Rewards of Anti-Semitism

David Catron, The American Spectator

Democrats are clearly making a play for Muslims' votes. Ironically, by allowing an unapologetic anti-Semite to preside over the House of Representatives, they have provided a useful reminder of what their party is about. Its congressional caucus includes a sitting representative who refers to Jews as “termites.” Its leading presidential contender is a well-documented pro-segregationist. It boasts a sitting governor nicknamed “Coonman” pursuant to his affinity for donning blackface. And it goes without saying that they have no realistic agenda for the future. The Democrats need another — very long — stint in the wilderness.

Why Progressive Anti-Semitism — and Why Now?

Victor Davis Hanson, National Review

Anti-Semitism is only going to intensify. Both in America and Europe, it is naturally at home among the multicultural Left. The media, popular culture, universities, and left-wing political parties either cannot or will not stop it. Trump’s unwavering support for Israel and keen support of Jews also encourages leftists, in Pavlovian fashion, to attack anything that Trump favors. Prominent progressive Jews lack either the ability or the inclination to call out members of their own political persuasion — a fact that only encourages even more overt anti-Semitism.

What’s The Goal Of New York’s Muslim Community Patrol?

Brooklyn's Muslim Community Patrol is using the same tactics used by Communist and Islamist revolutionaries everywhere: Gain legitimacy by subverting social and political institutions and taking ownership of civic responsibilities where the city lacks the resources or social capital to respond adequately.

Washington Post Labels Louis Farrakhan A 'Far Right Leader'

The Washington Post yesterday reported that Nation of Islam leader “Minister” Louis Farrakhan and other “far right” leaders, including Alex Jones of InfoWars, have been banned for life from Facebook. Since when are Louis Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam on the political right?

It’s Against The Rules To Criticize Liberals

According to liberals, Donald Trump has coarsened politics by hitting back and standing up for himself and his ideas, instead of stoically taking the pummeling they dish out. Now that Trump has announced there are new rules to the game and he is going to hit back, there’s no end to the Liberal wailing.

Mo Brooks Was Right About Nazis, Socialists And Democrats

The “big lie” became a hallmark the Democratic Party’s modus operandi a long time ago, think of the many false campaigns against Republicans based on pushing Grandma over the cliff by taking away her Social Security. If Democrats don’t like being compared to National Socialists perhaps it is time for them to look in the mirror and check to see if they see one staring back at them.

Liberal Jews Better Wake Up Before It's Too Late

Roger L. Simon, PJ Media

Nowadays, when a leftie Jew sings "Which Side Are You On," they are increasingly singing a song against themselves. This does not bode well for the future, to put it mildly. The time has come for at least some of these Jewish liberals to break out of their mouldy mold. Even a few would make a big difference. No doubt this will be the subject on many minds at the coming annual meeting of that organization reviled by Ilhan Omar -- AIPAC -- later this month. It will be interesting to see what transpires. Maybe some people will finally become truly woke.

Join Christians And Jews United In Protest This Thursday At Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s Office

In response to the growing anti-Semitism in the Democratic Party, Rabbi Aryeh Spero of the National Conference of Jewish Affairs has announced an emergency action in Washington and invites all who oppose anti-Semitism to come together on March 14, at 1pm outside Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi's office, 1236 Longworth House Office Building, 15 Independence Ave SE, Washington DC 20515.

Telling The Truth About Islam Always Gets You In Trouble With Democrats

Democrats have a history of abusing classified intelligence, leaking and in some cases giving it to our enemies. The reaction to the EMET letter demanding the removal of Rep. Ilhan Omar (MN-5) from the Foreign Affairs Committee is just another reminder that telling the truth about Islam to Democrats will always get you in trouble.

Dems have only themselves to blame for Ilhan Omar’s anti-Semitic comments

Michael Goodwin, New York Post

The Democratic Party is increasingly both the anti-Israel party and home to a growing number of anti-Semites. To be clear, the two things are not always the same, but something is going on when both are defining elements of a political organization. Any Republican who does not support Israel likely would be shunned by the evangelical movement, which in some states constitutes the largest single bloc of GOP voters. Dems have failed to deal with anti-Semitism forthrightly, and now are confronted by a metastasizing cancer in their ranks.

The Anti-Semitism of AOC, Omar, and Tlaib

David Catron, The American Spectator

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, and Rashida Tlaib now constitute a genuine liability for the Democrats. It’s possible that these creatures will help the party get out the millennial vote in 2020. But, if the Democrats allow this coven to stink up Congress for the next eighteen months with their disgusting brew of unrepentant anti-Semitism, it will drive a lot of voters into the arms of the Republicans or cause them to sit out the next election. Nancy Pelosi should banish the weird sisters to the outer darkness.

Can the Democrats ever get over their anti-Israel bias?

Michael Goodwin, New York Post

Democrats’ ultimate problem is their party is now largely secular, angry and radical, and moving away from its Judeo-Christian roots. The trends are more pronounced now than they were 10 years ago, and we can only imagine where the party will be 10 years from now. Against this madness, give Trump his due. He embraces Israel for the miracle and strategic ally it is, and boldly moved our embassy to Jerusalem. And so far, when it comes to standing with Israel, the Dems looking to challenge him in 2020 offer no competition.

'The Rules' Don’t Apply To Democrats

Four prominent Democrats, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam, Virginia Lt. Governor Justin Fairfax, Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring and Minnesota’s Muslim Democrat Congresswoman Ilan Omar, have broken the top three of the many unwritten rules of acceptable public conduct, and after issuing pro forma apologies or faux outraged denials, have come away unscathed.

It Turns Out Nancy Pelosi Is In The Censorship Business After All

A forced and insincere apology from Rep. Ilhan Omar is hardly enough and does not address the real problem here; having an open anti-Semite in the confidential decision-making hierarchy of our government. We think that RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel had it right when she tweeted: Nancy Pelosi was wrong to elevate her to the Foreign Affairs Committee. Now Pelosi should remove her.

Can 'Liberal' Dems Face Their Outrageous Anti-Semitism Problem?

Roger L. Simon, PJ Media

The Democrats have a serious anti-Semitism problem — and it's growing. Making matters worse is that very few of them acknowledge it. Most look away, pretending it's not there or deliberately not seeing it at all.It's simple to say the Jewish "liberals" (or progressives or whatever they want to call themselves) are not Jews at all because most do not practice. But Hitler, of course, did not care. He swept up the communists with the Hasidim. The whiff of Berlin 1938 is in the air. The Democratic Party better police itself or the whiff will turn into a stench.

Sharia America: City Commissioner Anabelle Lima-Taub Discovers Telling The Truth About Muslim Politicians Is Now A Crime

As Anabelle Lima-Taub is quickly learning, politics in America is rapidly becoming a Sharia-compliant jurisdiction where any criticism of Islam or Muslims is considered blasphemy and makes one subject to the political death penalty, if not – as the Koran demands – the literal death penalty.

The New, New Anti-Semitism

Victor Davis Hanson, National Review

The new, new anti-Semites do not see themselves as giving new life to an ancient pathological hatred; they’re only voicing claims of the victims themselves against their supposed oppressors. In our illiterate and historically ignorant era, the new, new hip anti-Semitism becomes a more challenging menace than that posed by prior buffoons in bedsheets or the clownish demagogues of the 1980s such as the once-rotund Al Sharpton in sweatpants. And how weird that a growing trademark of the new path-breaking identity politics is the old stereotypical dislike of Jews and hatred of Israel.

Anti-Semitic Trouble in My Old Los Angeles Hood

Roger L. Simon, PJ Media

Is there a rise in anti-Semitism and, if so, where is it coming from? I won't disguise my view. Pittsburgh aside, today's anti-Semitism is largely, with minor sporadic exceptions, the product of an unholy alliance between the left and Islam. "Liberal" Jews can't face the reality of all this or don't want to, so they ignore it and don't think about it, continuing to spout bromides that were tired in the 1930s. Those bromides bear a distinct resemblance to those that were current in Berlin in those same 1930s.