Mel Boozer Said What Pete Buttigieg Can’t

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Leave Jews Out of It

Leave Jews Out of It Trump erred by bringing Israel into his Twitter attack against the “squad.”

The Struggle for Gay Rights is Over

The Struggle for Gay Rights is Over For those born into a form of adversity, sometimes the hardest thing to do is admitting that they’ve won.

Pete Buttigieg Offers America Double Relief

Pete Buttigieg Offers America Double Relief He can deliver us from a scandal-plagued presidency and transform the relationship between gay and straight America.

Quit Harping on U.S. Aid to Israel Some 18,000 people descended on the Walter E. Washington Convention Center this week in the nation’s capital for the annual policy conference of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee. One of the country’s most influential lobbies, AIPAC has long been the subject of avid (and conspiratorial) condemnation by those who dislike the role it plays...

Der Spiegel’s Cracked Mirror The word spiegel means “mirror” in German, and since its postwar founding, Der Spiegel has proudly held a mirror up to the world. When the magazine published top-secret information about the dire state of West Germany’s armed forces in 1962, the government accused it of treason, raided its offices, and arrested its editors. The resulting...

Is Germany Capable of Protecting Its Jews? For understandable reasons, Europeans are much more comfortable condemning the familiar anti-Semitism of the far right than the sort expressed by migrants entering Europe as the victims of war and economic deprivation. Nowhere is this issue more fraught than in Germany. Finish reading this piece at The Atlantic.